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Been trying some different recipes and taking them into work and there was some feedback that they were too sweet so opted for Granny Smiths - they worked out brilliantly. Also since most of my coworkers have a thing about leaving a cake or pie "out" I made them into individual portions using Reynolds baking cups. I'm not sure if it was because of the parsing out of the portions but to fill 24 cups I used one cup less apples and I needed to double the batter and streussel topping recipes. I cooked for the same amount of time and everything came out AWESOME!

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Crystelle October 28, 2012

I love this recipe! I have served it to many! I usually use pink lady, red delicious, or golden delicious apples...it is always amazing! I usually add a little extra cinnamon....and sometimes a little heavy on the vanilla. I also use only organic ingredients and it comes out fantastic every time! Always the winner when I have people over, or go to some event....people always ask for the cobbler!

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beccarose86 March 03, 2012

I thought this was delicious but the spices were too strong, especially the nutmeg. If I do make it again I will cut the spices in half. Thanks

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ChefWendyMG October 01, 2008

Yummo, we really enjoyed this this evening (cold winter night on this side of the world). I didn't make any changes to the recipe apart from the apples (Macintosh and Jonagold are not available here)...I used Granny Smiths as they are our favourite cooking apples. Loved the cake and steusel topping. Thanks for the recipe!

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Fairy Nuff August 02, 2008

This sounds so delicious. I am excited to make this for Thanksgiving this year to take to my moms house. Thank you for a great recipe!

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Tiny_Toodles October 17, 2007
Fall Apple Cobbler With Streusel Topping