5 Reviews

I made this for Easter dinner with ham and roasted chicken and everyone loved it. I cut the sugar down a wee bit and it was still delish! Grams called it an apple 'filling' and I think that was a good description too.

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RtrvrMom April 13, 2009

Loved this recipe..oh so easy and also felt it was more like cobbler..served it with vanilla ice cream..will make again..Thanks

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phosman646 January 03, 2007

Ooh, this was so yummy! I added a tsp of cinnamon and 1/2 tsp freshly ground nutmeg to the "batter", so this smelled like heaven as it baked. I used 4 Gala apples, peels left on, and sliced. Mine did not come out pudding-like, it was more the consistency of apple cobbler, and very very tasty. I'll definitely be making this again. Thanks! :)

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Kay D. May 22, 2006

NOTE: Step one in the recipe mentions butter twice. I found this a little confusing even though it's probably just a simple typo. I made this recipe the other night for dessert, using 5 large apples (mixed variety, cored, peeled and chopped) that needed using up. Added a teaspoon of cinnamon and served it with vanilla ice cream. It was very tasty! A litte too pudding-like for DBF who said he'd like a more bread-like or doughy consistency. Didn't stop him from having seconds, though! :D

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Auntie J May 07, 2005

Yum! Yum! Yum! This is a great recipe, especially around the holidays when it's ok to indulge!

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Cheri Lee February 23, 2003
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