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desserts don't get much quicker/easier than this! i do have an apple gizmo, and this was the first time i ever used it. 6 large apples were peeled, cored, sliced in 5 minutes. the topping was a cinch to throw together, popped it in the micro for 13 minutes and viola! i brought it to some friends for dessert, popped it in their micro for 2 minutes and served it with vanilla ice cream, everyone loved it!! thanks heather for a quick fix dessert
This is my all-time favorite recipe from when I sold Pampered Chef YEARS ago; have not found a better one since!
Really good and ready in no time! You'd never know it came from the microwave. I used 7 large beat up apples in an uncovered PC Deep Covered Baker. Added 4-5 minutes to the microwave time. Lots of delicious crunchy topping, and all without heating up the kitchen. Thanks for the recipe!
I haven't made a HeatherFeather recipe in a long time. So glad that I found this delicious treat. My dh was in heaven. The recipe was qiuck and easy to make with great results. I used a variety of apples that were laying around for a lovely mellow flavor. The graham crackers was a nice addition. Thanks so much for sharing your recipe.
I never expect microwave stuff to turn out yummy, so I was definately suprised by how good this was! It took me just under 30 min's to prep & cook. I used 6 low fat graham crackers and added in a bit extra oats. This seems like a great recipe to let the kids do (almost) solo! Making this again soon!
Fast, easy, good
Went to a pampered chef's party tonight this is one of the food samples she made in the microwave for 15 minutes. Very good with the graham crackers makes a very tastey apple crisp. thanks for sharing.