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I am so glad to see this recipe is already posted! I just love making things with Bisquick. I actually saw this on a website this morning called www.backofthebox.com and I'm not surprised that it's already on Zaar! Thanks again.

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senseicheryl September 15, 2008

This cake was good on the top part, but the bottom was not good. The bisquick and apples separated and the Bisquick layer formed a rather unappetizing pudding like texture, which really didn't have a flavour. I ended up scraping out the bisquick part and just eating the apples and the top.

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KitchenKelly September 24, 2007

Definitly easy and tasty. but the bottom crust does come out a little odd...not bad, but odd. Mine seemed like a cobbler/strudel hybrid. Despite the oddness, I will definitly be making this again.

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Alice Trout December 31, 2006

We liked the apple filling and especially the topping, but the bottom "crust" was kind of rubbery for some reason.

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jean October 14, 2006

I made this with 1/2 c. chopped cranberries and 2 1/2 c. sliced apples, and used sliced almonds for the nuts. Excellent and very easy. Thanks!

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Kahlan October 05, 2006

Terrific dessert! I used Low-fat Bisquik, Splenda Blend for Baking, Spenda Brown Sugar Blend, Promise margarine and Egg-Beaters--and it still turned out terrific! And since, I really don't like making pie crust--this is a real treasure! Thanks so much for this recipe!

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mickie49 April 23, 2006
Impossibly Easy French Apple Pie