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I must admit that I am not diabetic, but this dessert was delicious! :-) I really enjoyed this in the afternoon in between my classes, and it really filled me nicely. Its a refreshing, slightly sweetened dessert. I love yogurt and apples, so thats a plus hehe. thanks for posting this recipe Derf, its a keeper!!

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love4culinary April 29, 2003

This was AWESOME ~ loved the cinnamon yogurt. A great diabetic dessert and so easy to make. Thanks Derf ~ made for COMFORT CAFE ~ SNOWQUEEN'S ROUND, January 2010!

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FloridaNative January 31, 2010

Oh yum, a lovely dessert indeed. I used Greek yogurt that was sweetened lightly with honey and a touch of vanilla. The longer the apples sit in the poaching liquid the more that is absorbed. I will be making this again soon. Made for *Comfort Cafe*

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PaulaG January 06, 2009

A wonderful dessert! Although I served it as a breakfast side. A lovely treat and the yogurt for dipping was an added bonus. Will be making this recipe again. Thanks for posting Derf.

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red_chef400 March 27, 2006

What a lovely dessert and sooo delectable. I just couldn't waste the poaching liquid so after placing the apples on top of the yogurt sauce, I poured on the syrup. I didn't need to use more sweetener in the yogurt. Definitely a keeper, Derf.

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sugarpea September 23, 2005
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