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a little too sweet for taste but really good otherwise! (unfortunately we didn't have any brown sugar available, so maybe the white sugar caused the sweetness...)
Found the apples still too crunchy after 40 min in the oven. I would definatly have used less sugar cause it was soooo sweet!
wonderful, iused my bottled apples, and it turned out great! Thanks to old family recipes.
It was really tasty and SUPER easy to make!!! My only issue was there seemed to be a bit too much of the crumble and not enough apple... Next time, I'll add more apples :) I also increased the amount of cinnamon quite a bit--love the stuff
Nothing better to say but excellent.
So good, it's hard not to just eat the whole dish! Really does remind me of dinner at my grandparent's house. Substitutions I made: Put in half pears, half apples, and increased the amount of cinnamon to a full teaspoon (we really like cinnamon in my house!).
Wonderful recipe, thanks for sharing! I used apple juice instead of water because I had very sour apples from the garden, and replaced half the butter with mild olive oil. Also used wholewheat flour, as I prefer it. It was well done after 40 minutes, but the crumble hadn't browned in my oven, so I browned it under the grill for a few minutes. Came out beautifully crisp and biscuity on top, soft and gooey inside. Yum.
its great i made it with allspice and apple pie spice and thinly sliced the apples so its nice and evenly spread great recipe thx to whoevers grandpa made this
Thank you for a wonderful cold afternoon treat. This is really nice and simple.