I sprinkled extra Bisquick on mine. I only had 6 apples, and it was still delicious. It was done in 5 hours, and I had to leave the house. I turned it off and when I came back it had continued to make the nicest crust, and it was still warm. I will make this for an 'everyday apple dessert', but I will continue to make more special apple desserts than this for holidays. Presentation is very important for holidays, and this just doesn't look that great.
Holy cow - a coworker made this for our CrockIT luncheon this week... and it was fantastic! He didn't have allspice so he substituted in a 1/4 tsp of cloves - great choice! It was the perfect consistency too.
His tip... cooking time is key. The longer it cooks the more the apples break down.
You can call it 'pie' or 'cobbler'... but I call it 'DELICIOUS'!
O.K I was so skeptical about this dish right up until me and the family actually tried it for dessert. It was great. I used a few gala apples with the granny smith apples (still used 8 all together). The granny smiths cooked firmer while the galas were softer and kinda mushy. The combination was perfect. I did use a large crockpot and cooked it for 7 1/2 hours. This is more like a cobbler like ColoradoCookin said . It had just the right amount of gooeyness . I woulda given this a 5 star but it lacks presentation, it definatley taste better than it looks. I'll be makin this for Thanksgiving. Oh don't forget the vanilla ice cream. I'm thinkin on using splenda sugar and splenda brown sugar next time. I wonder how that will work. TY very much nnreq.
I don't know if it was just my crockpot or what it was, but it came out awful, will not try again.
My daughter-in-law sent this to me and I tried it in a crock-pot cookoff. I didn't win first prize but had a lot of compliments. Shirley
I thought that this was a pretty good recipe. I think that it was super simple to make for sure! I would definitely recommend adding the vanilla ice cream on top, and it is best served warm.
Very good. Easy to make. The next time I will double the amount of Bisquick, add raisins and lemmon peel.
I love this recipe. I took it to a lesson at Church on crockpot cooking a month ago-- and people are still talking about it!
Unfortunately my DH was the only one who had this. I cooked this overnight and put it in his thermos for his dessert at lunch time. I left it on the countertop, with the cover on....Well fruit flies found this appealing also, regretfully I had to toss it out. Good thing it's cheap to make during apple season. MY DH thought it was great though, but he wished I could have found a way to pack ice cream also! Thank You Paula&Matt-
Excellent! I was slicing apples for the freezer and decided to use some of them in this recipe. Great smell while cooking and DH and DS loved it. Just the right amount of sweetness without using a lot of sugar. Was more of a crisp/cobbler than a pie, but who cares! Served warm with vanilla ice cream.