Recipe by MARINA7
"Wonderful cross between an apple pie and apple cake, perfect for when you can't decide which one you want! Only four ingredients and no added oil or fat."
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apples, cored and chopped
I gave this 4 stars not because it's amazing but because it's pretty darn good for only having 4 ingredients! How simple! I made it with my toddler in about 5 minutes. I too had to cook it more like 35 minutes and after reading the other posts I decided to sprinkle some cinnamon on top when it was halfway cooked. Comes out with a nice bread pudding-like consistency. I put a small dab of butter on top as soon as it came out of the oven and it melted all over the top. Will definitely make again to use up excess apples.
I tried this recipe because it sounded so simple to make. I did exactly like recipe said. It takes way longer than 15 minutes and I had to adjust temp. of oven so apples wouldn't burn. Very dry and not very tasty. Will not try again.
Ok, I only gave it a 3 because the recipe needed some help, I added 2tbsp of butter, 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and 1/4 tsp of salt, baked for 30-35 minutes at 400 and it was great (oh and I buttered and floured the pie plate). Anyway overall, it ended up great, my whole family loved it even my FUSSY 18 month old!
I didn't have good luck with this one. The apples didn't bake through and the batter was really thick, fairly bland. I'd recommend maybe using a loaf pan so it's thicker? Not sure what to do do make it better.
after reading other reviews i made this with added touches. I added tsp. of cinnamon, reduced sugar 1/4 cup. I mixed 1/2 cup brown sugar and walnuts and put o the bottom of pie plate then put apple/dough and cinn. mixture over nut and brown sugr layer. i baked 375 degrees for about 45 - 50 minutes. great with vanilla ice cream !
This is very good but I had to add 5 minute cooking time for it to come out right. Will make again.
it was a little dry but was still enjoyable. we placed fat free cool whip on it which made it more enjoyable.
I love this recipe, it's quick and can use up common resources found around the house. I added my own little spin to the recipe though and added vanilla abstract, nutmeg, and lemon juice to my mixture. I also coated my pan with butter, melted it in the oven, and spread it around. After, I used brown sugar to do a coating over the butter. When the mixture went into my pan and was ready to be placed in the oven, I sprinkled it with cinnamon and brown sugar before letting it bake. it came out amazing and cooked in about 20 min. if there's anything I would change to my recipe, it's that I would add more apples. I added another half of the mixture to fill up my pan and STILL only used 2 apples which was not too bright on my part. Well either way it came out tasting wonderful and I hope I helped someone with this review
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 26
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