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3-Minute Apple Cobbler

3-Minute Apple Cobbler recipe
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Just because you don't have a few free hours to bake (who does?), that doesn't mean you shouldn't get apple cobbler. Warm, delicious and ready in 3 minutes. Yes, 3.
time
prep:
3 min
total:
3 min
servings
total:
1 serving
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posted:
11/16/2008
This is excellent! I used chunky applesauce and also drizzled caramel into it. Never had something taste so wonderful at home!
posted:
8/16/2007
This is very good, easy and fast to make! I used chunky applesauce for more of a apple cobbler affect. Will make again soon.
posted:
6/29/2007
Very quick and excellent flavor!
posted:
3/18/2007
Its so simple...i love it!
posted:
1/31/2007
My kids loved this dessert, they even had seconds. I used unsweetened applesauce, so it wasn't as sweet as I would have liked but it was still good.
posted:
1/29/2007
Yummy. Quick, easy, and satisfying!
posted:
11/14/2006
My kids LOVE this recipe and it is so quick and easy, they make it themselves. A warm dessert at a moment's notice!
posted:
7/18/2006
This was delicious! I was surprised that it actually tasted like apple cobbler. I'm going to make it again using chunky applesauce like other people reccomended. I made this using those Honey Maid dipping graham cracker sticks. The graham cracker sticks are nice and thick, and much more flavorful than Nilla Wafers. Also, in response to what someone said earlier about the wafers being too soggy, I suggest they reread the title of the recipe. It's called "3 Minute APPLE COBBLER," and one of the main ingedients in apple cobbler is in fact, soft, thick grumbs of dough, which match the consistency of the cookies used here. So basically, they're supposed to be soggy. I forgot the cool whip, but i'm sure thecool whip would only make it taste even better.
posted:
4/28/2006
I used Graham Crackers instead of the Nilla Wafers and used the Mott's cinnamon applesauce and it tasted GREAT! It's like an apple cobbler but w/o all the guilt! Definitely a great guilt-free and kid-friendly snack!
posted:
3/27/2006
This was not very good. The Nilla Wafers were mushy and there was not much flavor.
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