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What a fun recipe. I did modify it (trying to cut out white sugar) by using Splenda and brown sugar substite also used a can of sliced apples and one can of apple topping. Also used marscapone instead of sour cream. Amazingly wonderful stuff. Look forward to doing 'variations' on this (I am a chef) like bananas foster lasagna pineapple lasagna or blueberry lasagna- this should be a BIG hit at the next potluck... Thanks...(the mexican lasagna was also terrific)
This was very unique and delicious! I made it with no bake noodles which I do not recommend doing! There just wasn't enough liquid so they were a bit rubbery and underdone! I also made it with homemade Apple Pie filling using a recipe I found on this site. That made it extra delicious.
Made this recipe for extra credit in my culinary arts class all of the teachers I gave it to loved it! Most of the students including myself thought it was akward.. it seems to be an aquired taste because it's so rich. Don't think I would make it again unless someone asked me to. Would definately reccomend making this for adults not children!
My daughter's class was having a peach-themed party...I took this recipe and substituted canned peaches for the apples and the dessert was a big hit! I do agree the noodles should be boiled prior though and that you will want to use double the amount of fruit in order to cover the fruit layers evenly.