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Yum, yum. I changed it a little to be quicker and use what I had on hand. Instead or making prune juice into a syrup or adding honey (both of which I didn't have), I used some date syrup (bought at a Middle Eastern shop that sells Iraqi ingredients, also ncan be found in health food stores) in there place. I also did not add cornstarch as we have sensitivities to it and it is GMO! I used a light tasting extra virgin olive oil instead of butter to be dairy free (the butter would give a good flavour), no spice (I am back and forth between cities and have just staples where I am now so I had none on hand, the granny smith apples, pitted prunes, brown rice flour to be gluten free (amount adjusted as needed), organic cane sugar, no baking powder as that also contains our enemy GMO corn. Made for January 2012's Casual Veggie Tag (come join us everyone!)

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UmmBinat January 13, 2013

Followed the recipe right on down, using the pitted plums/prunes rather than the dates, & found the plums & apples to be a wonderfully satisfying fruit combo! Thanks for sharing this keeper of a recipe! [Made & reviewed in Everyday Is a Holiday tag]

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Sydney Mike April 27, 2011
Warm Apple Prune Crumble