"A very easy and quick recipe for a GREAT apple pie!" — KIMWIPP
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apples - peeled, cored and sliced
1 1/4 teaspoons
buttermilk baking mix
buttermilk baking mix
dark brown sugar
I thought this recipe was GREAT. I had a bunch of apples and company over spur of the moment... Got on here and found this recipe really quickly, threw it together in just a couple minutes, and tossed it in the oven while I was fixing dinner. Was ready just as we were finishing dinner... Took the suggestion of exchanging the sugar for 3/4 cup brown sugar just because I like brown sugar better as a rule. Tasted awesome and the topping was REALLY yummy. Offset the filling PERFECTLY. Great recipe and I will DEFINITELY make it again. The menfolk gobbled it up after a long day's work with some homemade vanilla ice cream.
This was just ok, could be made better with a little tweaking. If I ever did make it again, which I probably wouldn't because none of us cared for the consistency, I would add more sugar and cinnamon.
We liked this recipe, but I also tweaked the recipe, too.
I used diced apples. They had been sitting in my fridge overnight soaked in some water, lemon juice, sugar, and cinnamon.
I also added to the apple mix 1/2 cup brown sugar and 1/2 cup white sugar. I didnt use nutmeg because I didnt have any, just added extra cinnamon instead.
For the topping, I added some quick oats, and pummeled my walnuts untill they were almost powder. (My kids don't like big chunks of walnuts!)
All in all, it was good. I will probably make it again, but I am also going to keep looking for a recipe where the apples are a little saucier, almost just straight apples with a topping, instead of the way they are in this one. The apples are just to, I dont know. almost jelly-ish in this one with the baking mix and eggs.
Everyone who tried this absolutely loved it! It was simple to put together and came out perfect. I did use pecans rather than walnuts because of personal preference. Delicious, and definitely a recipe I'll use often!
We loved this ! It's really not a pie more like cobbler. I did make a mistake while putting it together but it was a good mistake. I mixed up the baking powder amounts. So, the main apple part was supposed to be 1/2 cup but I put in 1 cup and so the other part I put in 1/2 cup. I will make it again just like this. It was SUPER !!
This is more like apple crisp than pie, but it was very good. I halved the ingredients as I was the only one eating it, used Jonagold apples, and Splenda to sweeten the filling. Forgot the butter but did not miss it. Still very good warmed up with a scoop of healthy vanilla ice cream.
Delicious with some tweaking! I subsituted 3/4 cups of brown sugar for 1 cup of white sugar, added 5 tbs of lemon juice and 1 tsp cloves to the filling. Otherwise the filling would have been way to sweet and bland! I also doubled the amount of walnuts in the topping, but think I could have tripled it and it would have been perfect!. Definitely not a pie, but an easy and quick way to used up a lot of apples!
Really good! I made it for my work's pot-luck, and everyone was asking for more! Really good, but for a lighter taste you can try rasberrys or even blueberrys (Which is my boyfriends fav, by the way)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Grammie's No-Crust Apple Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 152
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