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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:
9/22/2005
I added chopped apple but maybe could use chunky applesauce.
posted:
9/22/2005
I thought this recipe was delicious. A great sweet snack without alot of calories. I didn't have the vanilla wafers but I used Nabisco's Honey Made Cinnamon thin crisps. Their sweeter than the vanilla wafer and less calories! I made three cobblers with one bag of thin crisps.
posted:
9/22/2005
Needs more flavor!!
posted:
9/21/2005
Very nice and quick, tasty too
posted:
9/21/2005
I am dieting and this is a great treat. It keeps me mindfull of portion size. You can use the flavored applesauce and I love the chunky. You can also use a graham cracker instead of wafers. I love Kraft for helping us out so much. Thank you!
posted:
9/21/2005
In an effort to add a little extra fiber, I soaked a few raisins in hot water, drained them and put on the applesauce. I then sprinkled the top with chopped walnuts. very tasty
posted:
9/21/2005
I developed this recipe a long time ago on a cold winter nite, when I was craving for apple crisp..I wanted it fast so I made it simular, but I used Snickerdoodle cookies...that is the cookie to use as it is also has the right flavor ...try it!!! You'll like it!!!
posted:
9/20/2005
I think I'll make this for my girls. Maybe they'll thind Dad can really cook!!!!!!
posted:
9/20/2005
basic good idea, how about snicker doodles or ginger spice cookies (mcall's cookbook) and any canned fruit?
posted:
9/20/2005
I did it with chunky applesauce and it had a nice texture. I made it with fresh apple. Sliced and nuked just a couple minutes while I got the cookies into the dishes. Worked out very well.
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