4 Reviews

This seems to be the same recipe I use to make all the time, from a BH&G cookbook circa 1990, thought I had lost it forever! I used to add chopped walnuts or pecans to the crumble mix sometimes, and drizzled it all with a powdered sugar/vanilla/cream glaze for a sugar explosion. I will be making this tomorrow morning! Thanks for posting it!

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terrilea1 June 24, 2015

I substituted Splenda for the sugar in the batter, and had to add quite a bit more starter to get a spreadable batter, and I used a sugar free apple pie filling. I did keep the sugar in the topping so it would be nice and crisp and we all enjoyed it, both the diabetic and the rest of us! Thanks

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FnE April 21, 2010

This was sooo yummy, almost like a pudding cake. Served it for brunch and the whole thing disappeared. I have made it with peach, apple and cherry pie filling so far, and I think my favorite is peach. Thanks for the great, easy recipe.

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ratgirl13 August 16, 2009

This was delicious! I actually made cupcakes out of the batter but followed the directions as if it were a cake. Toppings included.I onlu used 1 cup flour. It was all I needed with my starter. Thank you for posting.

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-Sheri- February 05, 2007
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