I was so thrilled to make this for my Midwest and FLA friends. I had to use a 3 QT baking dish so I made 1 1/2 recipe. Used part sugar and part xylitol and 3 drops cinnamon essential oil with a dash of organic cinnamon powder... End result DIVINE!!! Served with fresh Plant City FL strawberries and whipped cream.. !!!! Ps. I am a N.E NATIVE gloating( shy fully ) with this recipe!! Thank You so much!!
YUM!! I grew up in MA and have lived in ME for 23 years. There's nothing like a good New England desserts. We LOVED this recipe. I ate a good-sized serving right out of the baking dish not long after it came out of the oven. Then...I shared it. LOL As delicious as it was, the next time I make it, I'm going to cut the sugar back to 1/2 cup so I won't feel so bad if I eat the entire recipe. I used fat-free milk, because that's all I had in the house. I'm sure whole milk would be fabulous, but the skim did the trick.
We had to have a New England dessert to go with our Boston baked beans and brown bread. This is the one we decided on, and it was eggsellent!!!
This is my favorite recipe. So yummy and easy! I'm going to substitute Sugar with Splenda so my mom can have some.
This is one of my favorite desserts! It went quick at my house. I love it cold with a huge scoop of whipped cream, but some like it warmed with whipped cream. Either way, they are both delicious!