I would say 3 1/2 stars. I thought there was too much cinnamon flavour (and I usually love cinnamon) but it seemed to be overpowering on the fruit. I would definitely try this again and reduce the spice. Nice texture. Thx for posting.
Reviewing this for ZWT3 (U.S. Regional Cooking) ... I liked the flavor very much; it didn't overwhelm the fresh strawberries, but added a lovely, gentle sweetness. But the texture was a little too cornstarch-y for my tastes. Gotta love the facxt that if you use fat-free evaporated milk, you've got a really friendly recipe!
Delish! By using Splenda and fat free evaporated this makes a most diabetic friendly sauce that would be good on almost everything. Very quick and easy, it was made in a few mins, and when it cools it's the perfect sauce consistency. I love it's ivory color too. Thank you hon for a lovely treat that is oh so legal and versatile.
This was awesome!! So easy to make, different, impressive looking, delicious, I could go on and on! *lol* I used granny smiths, and made a big circle of slices on a plate, peel side down, then poured the sauce over the inner half of the slices, and sprinkled on the cinnamon. It was beautiful, and everyone loved it. I would serve it to guests. I might have gotten it just a tiny bit thicker than intended, but just stirred it before pouring and it was a wonderful consistency and stayed on the apples really well. I also cheated and served when it wasn't quite all the way chilled - probably in the fridge for forty five minutes. Couldn't wait! :) Thanks very much for sharing Nick's Mom.