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I need just a little something for dessert last night and I whipped this up (it takes maybe 5 minutes to prepare) and it was absolutely delicious. Will definitely make this one again! My ramkeins were a little smaller, so I needed less than a cup, but other than that, I followed the recipe as-is.

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Deirdre P December 15, 2009

I need one fast recipe to use my apples from the garden and I found this one.
Fantastic, I prepared the double amount for us 4 and everything has gone.
Yummy I will prepare this again!

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awalde September 03, 2011

I made as 4 small desserts in custard cups, suding 4 medium size granny smith apples, 1 tablespoon of brown sugar and everything else the same for apples. For the topping mix I only used 2 teaspoons of sugar (this was done for dietary reasons). The only issue we had there was not enough topping to cover the apples therefore overcooking them for our liking (we like them to still have a slight crispness these were soft) so would up the flour etc to give a better coating, but not the sugar for dietary reasons. Thank you Ceezie, made for 123 Hits tag game.

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I'mPat May 20, 2011

What a perfect dessert for a fall evening following a pork cutlet dinner. They were delicious and once your past the apple peeling, coring and slicing really quick to get into the oven. Now that I've griped about the apple prep I can honestly say that doing two apples really doesn't take long at all and the result worth the small amount of effort. I used 1 1/2 Tbsp of Splenda Brown and a very light sprinkle of Sugar in the Raw on top. Very yummy!

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Annacia October 01, 2010
Individual Apple Cobbler