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This was a nice dessert, more of a sponge topping than a cobbler really but tasty. It was even better reheated the next day and DH thoroughly enjoyed it too. I will try it with other fruits in season too. Thank you for posting the recipe.
This was a great guilt-free use of some tangy apples from the farmer's market that DH decided he couldn't eat raw! I realized too late that I was out of applesauce, so I dotted the cooked apples with about 1 teaspoon of Smart Balance and sprinkled them with 1/2 teaspoon sugar and some cinnamon then stirred it all up. Worked great, and I was pleased to have that buttery flavor that I love in an apple pie. This comes out more like an apple cake than a cobbler (no crispy or biscuity crust here) but the spice mix is nice and it is quite tasty with a small dollop of vanilla frozen yogurt. Thanks for posting! Made for Healthy Choices 2008.
This met with mixed reviews at my house. I made it as written. The apple filling was very good. I used Granny Smiths and they were tender with just the right amount of sweetness. The cobbler part browned perfectly on the outside but had a sort of gummy texture that my family did not care for. I have never had much luck with calorie-reduced desserts, but I do appreciate the opportunity to give this a try. Thanks.
I have the same recipe, also from a ww friend, but use a variety of fruits (especially raspberries or blueberries if available) along with the fuji apples - which are very sweet. I make one large cobbler in a 9x9 pyrex dish, and it serves 9. I also use more flour, though (1 cup). I also use splenda instead of sugar, and it is perfect. After laying the fruit on the bottom of the dish, I sprinkle cinnamon and splenda over it, and then pour the mixture on top. I make this recipe twice a week - couldn't live without it - I can't imagine having to run for a piece of chocolate when instead I run to this - fruits with a bit of flour. Thanks for posting, and I hope more people will try this recipe.