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