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Apple Crumble

Apple Crumble recipe
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Here's proof that tradition is anything but stuffy. Fresh chopped apples are topped with a creamy-crunchy topping for a dessert that’s hot and scrumptious.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
12/17/2008
I thought this was a nice, simple (very fall) recipe. After reading some of the ratings before making, I did make my apple chunks small to help them cook through and that seemed to have worked. I will do this recipe again. (And yes, I agree...vanilla ice cream went perfect with it!)
posted:
12/8/2008
The recipe was good, but it appeared to have too much cinnamon. I plan to make it again, but only use 2 tsps. of cinnamon instead of 4. Also, I plan to increase the amount of sugar from 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup.
posted:
11/15/2008
excellant love it. also good with vanilla ice cream.
posted:
10/29/2008
I made it in one bowl... and cooked it for 10 min longer
posted:
10/28/2008
My sister and hubby were stopping by for coffee. I had made the topping and put in the ref. for later use. I couldn't find the honey nut cr. cheese spread, so I used the cinnamon swirl. Worked very well! My sister peeled the apples, I diced, and in 25 min. we were enjoying desert with our coffee! Everyone loved it! I used yellow delicious apples. Yes, I will certainly make it again.
posted:
10/25/2008
15-20 minutes is not long enough for the apples to be tender, add 10-12 minutes at least. Mine was dry, lacked something, so I sprayed the top with spray butter and cooked a bit longer. I also cut back on the cinnamon by 1 teaspoon. huette
posted:
10/23/2008
I did not think this had much flavor. I think it needs brown sugar and maybe either some butter or sour cream to help the apples cook. I might try it again and make some experimental changes. Also, 15 to 20 minutes cooking time is not long enough for the apples to get tender. I added 10 minutes to cooking time and they were tender.
posted:
10/14/2008
I don't know why this turned out so terrible for me. It was so dry, the apples didn't cook enough, and it was way too much cinnamon. This is definately NOT a keeper!
posted:
9/26/2008
I made this last night while my husband was at work. I tried it and thought it was pretty good. This morning, I put some in two ramakins for my husband and me. I added two caramel cubes to each serving, cut in half. I reheated it at 350 for 10min. It was awesome! I don't know why it was better this morning, but I think it's bc it got to sit a while overnight.
posted:
9/13/2008
I used Jonathan apples. It was good.
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