Easy Swedish Apple Pie
Apple pie baked with a cinnamon crust.
Apple pie baked with a cinnamon crust.
I have loved this recipe for years and years. I agree with supplementing the apple mixture with additional spices such as nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon, etc. The trick to keep the batter from getting too runny is to soften the butter, not melting it. My "secret weapon" with this recipe is a teaspoon of almond extract in the batter - this takes an already easy delicious recipe over the top.Read More
I have loved this recipe for years and years. I agree with supplementing the apple mixture with additional spices such as nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon, etc. The trick to keep the batter from getting too runny is to soften the butter, not melting it. My "secret weapon" with this recipe is a teaspoon of almond extract in the batter - this takes an already easy delicious recipe over the top.
This is a five star recipe if you read all the reviews. Thats what I did. I then combined the winners and the result was a huge hit last night. Since it was more like a cobbler and my group was 10 I used a rectangle casserole pan and 1 1/2 times the recipe. My pan was an 8x9 with probably a 1 1/2" side. If you use a 9x12 pan you need to double the recipe. For apples. 7 medium granny smith. I peeled sliced and dropped along the way into a bowl of water and lemon juice. This keeps the apples white while you peel. I mixed 1 tablespoon white sugar, 1 tablespoon brown sugar, 1.5 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp nut meg. After draining and drying of a bit of excess water with a paper towel from the apples I sprinkled and glazed them with the mixture and poured them into a bare pan. For topping the trick is to not over melt the butter. Just soften the butter. Wisk 1 egg, 1.5 cups flour, 3/4 cup brown sugar and 3/4 cup white sugar. Add 1 tsp cinnamon and 1/5 tsp nutmeg. Mix these altogether. Since the topping is not pourable just a large clump at a time of topping and then spread as evenly as possible over apples. It will spread out perfectly while baking. Bake at same temperature and time or until golden brown. The top comes out crispy. Since there is no pie shell you don't need to treat your casserole pan with butter or oils. Every drop comes out of the pan without sticking. Treating it would just make the dish too buttery. It was wonderul and devoured. It was better than a cob
this was amazing....better than pie. i put one tbsp of cinnam. 1 tbsp of white sugar,1 tbsp of brown sugar and nutmeg in the apples before putting on the crust. I also put 1/2 cup of white sugar and supplemented with 1/2 cup of brown sugar...sooo good!
EASY and delicious! Following the suggestions of other reviewers, I added a bit more flavor to the apples. I mixed in 1 tablespoon of brown sugar, 1 teaspoon of cinnamon, and ¼ teaspoon of ground nutmeg with the 1 tablespoon of white sugar--tossing all with the apples. You may want to put a pan or piece of aluminum foil underneath the pie plate in the oven, as some juices from the apples escaped during baking. I served the pie warm, with scoops of vanilla ice cream on top. Yum!
Wow, one of the easiest and best recipes I have come across. My friends have declared it one of their favourites! For those of you who want an extra crunchy crust, use brown sugar, it's fantastic.
This is so good, and so easy to make. It is the most popular sweet at every place I have taken it. All the apple pie lovers I know approve of and love this recipe
I have to agree with Justa' Mom. It was good but needs more flavor. I am going to make again but will try some adjustments.
This was amazing. I did not have any problems with the crust getting hard. Very moist, in fact. I added some extra sugar to toss the aples b/c my experience has proven granny smith's to be a little bitter... I personally do not even like apple pie but made this for my family and fell in love with it when I tried it.
My four year old, who happens to be the pickiest eater on the planet, ate a whole piece of pie and actually asked for seconds!!! Now if my son approves of this recipe, then so do I.
VERY EASY... and absolutely, hands down, the very best apple pie I've ever tasted. Bravo. 5 stars.
well now--I wish I had come across this wonderful recipe a long time ago! I seriously dislike regular pie crust,& I prefer an apple pie without any brown sugar- so this is the pie for me!! I made it in a 9x9 corningware casserole dish & it turned out very well. filled it 3/4 full with apples(then tossed with the sugar) then put the topping on. My topping turned out like a not sticky soft cookie dough that was easier to spread on the apples with my hands than with a spatula. Had to bake it almost 20 minutes longer until the center was done & crisp but that's probably because of the baking dish I used. VERY TASTY & it made me SMILE when I tasted it. =D Besides the tastiness, the bonuses for me were that it was super easy (I was lucky enough to be gifted an apple peeler & corer) and my house smells amazing
VERY GOOD! Big hit at Thanksgiving this year! I followed the advice of some of the reviewers and changed 2 of the instructions/ingredients as follow: for the filling I mixed 1T of brown sugar, 1t cinnamon and a bit of fresh nutmeg together with the 1T granulated sugar and then tossed it all with the apples. For the crust, I used softened instead of melted butter and I substitued one-half cup light brown sugar for one-half cup of the the granulated sugar. Baking time was about perfect at 45 min.
This is absolutely delicious! I've made it several times and am staying with my sister this weekend, and she's requested I make it. You can't go wrong with this pie. I agree with others: add a tiny bit of nutmeg to the mixture for coating the apples, and you can "adjust" the sugar to 1/4 c. white and 1/2 c. brown sugar for a total of 3/4 cup, which is plenty. Enjoy!
I was attracted to this because it didn't require a rolled piecrust (one thing I've never mastered and I "don't do" store-bought). Before trying this recipe I read the reviews and as others suggested, made modifications to the seasonings. Rather than just using white sugar for tossing the apples, I used 1 tbsp. each white & brown sugar, 1-1/2 tsp. cinnamon, and 3/8 tsp. nutmeg. I used about half of this mixture for tossing the apples, then added the rest to the crust mixture. As for the apples, I used a wonderful variety, Wolf River, available in the Upper Midwest and New York State, though perhaps not common in much of the country. It's a fairly tart apple and the individual fruits are HUGE - some can weigh as much as a pound. I only needed two apples to make the pie. The results were terrific! (though I did increase the baking time slightly to 50 minutes... just know your oven, check near the end of the cooking time, and adjust accordingly). This recipe is one that I'll use often... in fact, hubby has already requested that I make it again next week! My heartfelt thanks to the person who originally submitted it.
I've been searching for a swedish apple pie recipe to teach my kid to bake. This is almost exactly like the one I learned when I was little. Easy for kiddos to do pretty much by themselves, and absolutely delicious! I used a bit less cinnamon than called for, and my hubby (who doesn't do desserts) was begging for it to be a regular menu item. :)
I doubled this recipe but I only used 3 apples. Used margarine right out of the fridge too instead of melted butter, and mixed the soft dough with my hands. Was so easy and produced a perfect apple pie that does not stick! I will definately make this instead of ever buying an apple pie again. However, next time I will not put so much cinammon in the batter!!
This pie is a great way to avoid all the hassle associated with pie crust. If you prefer a crunchy crust you cook it a little longer but be careful not to overcook it because then you'll end up with a crust that is too hard and you can't blame it on the recipe if that happens. I added 1/2 tsp more of cinnamon and decided to include 1/2 tsp each of cloves and nutmeg to spice it up a bit. The results were delicious. This pie is so easy to make that it's practically fool proof. Try it and I think you'll be pleasantly surprised that something so tasty can also be so easy.
This recipe is one of my all time in a pinch desert recipe. I add cinnamon to the apples mixture as well, as my family loves cinnamon anything. I have made this recipe with pears (precooked), peaches (canned and precooked), and various berries in place of the apples. I have noticed it needs about five more minutes in higher elevations, but is fine at 40 minutes near sea level. In general a wonderful all around desert recipe.
I am normally not a fan of apple pies, but this was amazingly good! It's a keeper, and I'll definitely make it again.
I've never eaten or made a Swedish Apple Pie before, so I didn't know what to expect. I thought the crust would be crumbly, but it's more like a cobbler. Sooo yummy. This was super good and way easy to make. I also had all the ingredients, so I'll probably fall back on this recipe a lot. Another plus is the cooking time isn't long in comparison to other's I've seen. I served mine with vanilla ice cream... Mmmmm, I want more right now! Thank you!
Wonderful and easy! Like apple pie with a chewy/crunchy sugar cookie crust!
yummy, husband says the best he's ever had. I did add brown sugar and cinnamon to apple filling.
It tastes better when cold. It must be refrigerated because of the egg though so be careful. Wasn't as good as my apple crumble so I don't think I'll make it again.
Not bad, but just like somebody else said: this is apples with a giant cookie on top. I reduced the sugar in half and it still was pretty sweet. Although, I didn't use granny smiths.
This is so good! I'll not mess with making crust for apple pie ever again. I did use the Grany Smiths and added a T each of brown and white sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg to the apples. I like it sweet. I didn't use the spices in the crust. I threw in a handful of Crasins too. I think this is much better than cobbler with the crunchy and flavorful "crust". Thanks to the contributor.
I think this recipe would have been perfect if I wouldn't have put a full teaspoon of almond extract in per other review. It was over powering to me. Next time, I'll put maybe a 1/4 teaspoon in. I will definitely make it again!
Delicious! I incorporated reviewers' advice and made the following changes: - Added cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves to the apples - In the crust, replaced half the regular sugar with brown, and added a splash of almond extract. I also used oil instead of butter and it was fine. Thanks for a winner.
This pie tasted good hor from the oven, but once it was refrigerated for the next day, the top crust was as hard as a rock and even microwaving it didnt help. I'll stick to the old fashion crust pie.
Best apple pie! I've made this for years and it continues to be one of my favorites. Absolutely delicious and easy! Instead of straight white sugar, I use 1 part brown sugar and 2 parts sugar for topping--gives it more richness, flavor, moister and density. Excellent either way though!
This was good, but I think if I make it again, I would use pie filling. The apples kind of dried out while baking. Using pie filling would also eliminate all the peeling/chopping, thus making it one of those SUPER easy desserts!
way too sweet,and topping got really hard.would not make again.
Sooo easy and sooo good. I used a 9X9 pan, so I multiplied the recipe by 1-1/2 (that built-in calculator on the site is so very handy). I did use 1/4 less sugar, in the batter, because I don't like things too sweet. I love apple pie and this one is so much easier than the traditional style, made with piecrust. The most time was spent peeling and slicing the apples, which you gotta do anyway. Followed others' ideas, adding a little cinnamon (and a little ginger and just a pinch of cloves) and I doubled the sugar I sprinkled on the apples.
I love this recipe and make it pretty frequently. I like it with Fujis, but it's a great way to use up apples that have gone a little too soft to eat. I always add some apple or pumpkin pie spice and cloves to the apples and the batter mix. Last time I made it, it was gone in 10 minutes!
Dekicious! I hate making pie crust and this is soooo easy and everyone liked it. Sweet, and spicy with the cinnamon.It was good the next day and did not taste like a cookie on top of baked apples, as someone mentioned in their review.Yummy!
This is much easier and way more delicious than any pastry apple pie. The crust is crunchy and soft at the same time, with the perfect sweetness to complement the tart apples. The first time I made it the apples practically disintegrated, so I cut them a little thicker the second time. I also spread the topping so that it didn't go all the way to edge. This kept it from getting too thin, hard and brown right at the edge. My search for the perfect apple dessert is over.
Oh yes, I tried this recipe and BOY am I glad! Took some ideas and added almond extract to the batter with a little spice (cinnamon and nutmeg). This tastes like a wonderful apple pie without making a traditional crust with all it's the mess! I used the bowl I mixed the apple slices in to also beat up the batter (after pouring apple slices into the greased pie dish),easier clean-up! The crust was a little thick, so dollop it on then spread, but the heat evens it all out. It comes out sweet and slightly crunchy YUM! It is definitely a sweet dessert, but my tart apples needed that!
This Is my first time I have stopped to rate a recipe. I have been told I make the best apple pie that they have tasted. But this recipe is equal to my best apple pie if not better. I did follow the recipe 99% as the recipe called for. The only thing I did as other Reviewers suggested was I added an extra quarter teaspoon of cinnamon to the 1 teaspoon, 2 teaspoons would of taken away of the apples it would of been too much of a cinnamon taste instead of complementing the apples. I also just soften the butter instead of melting it and I added a good half a cup of chopped pecans to it to give it an extra texture. So instead of pouring the topping on I was able to Pat and cover all the apples dealing in the juices. The pie came out perfect. To cut some calories without any sacrifice of taste, I used 1/2 cup of white sugar and 1/2 cup of Splenda brown sugar then a good pinch of regular dark brown sugar as I used 7 Granny Smith apples. I have an automatic apple peeler, corer n slicer . I make so many apple desserts and applesauce , it is a must in my kitchen. Judi Hill Port Charlotte FL
Sure is easy and quick to make. Since I found this recipe, I've baked the pie at least 5 times, mixing various apples. The original recipe is excellent, but doing half Fuji and half Granny Smith apples is just as good, not as tart with every bite. I've also done this recipe with Goldens and it was also tasty. Great recipe, yum yum.
Loved this! Much simpler than messing around with a crust for traditional apple pie. Although traditional apple pie will still have its place, this is much easier and delicious. My husband was quite impressed as were all three kids (ages 7, 5 and 2). I did add half brown/half white sugar to the apples along with cinnamon. I made the topping with half brown/half white sugar also and added a little almond extract as another reviewer suggested. Making it again today to take to my brother and sister-in-law as they just moved to a new house so we'll see how they like it.
OMG thank you for this, it is soooo easy and my grand daughter (an apple pie nut!) loves it. I do put a little cinnamon in with the apples, as well as brown sugar instead of white sugar to toss. ANd I substitute half white and have brown sugar for the topping. Thank you for sharing this tasty, fast, and easy recipe!
My family loved this recipe so much I had to make two! I followed what other reviewers said and added 1 tablespoon of white sugar, 1 tablespoon of brown sugar, and 1 tablespoon of cinnamon. Even my sister who doesn't like apple pie was telling me over and over how she loved the crust. Will definitely use again.
I can't thank you enough for posting. My mother gave to me years ago. She passed away 2 years ago and I lost the recipe. This is the best apple pie to make especially for friends. Easy, quick and not much mess at all. I never have leftovers!
Although this recipe does not call for a pie crust, I added one and used this as the filling, and it tasted delicious. I'm sure it would taste delicious even without it.
Very good and VERY easy!
Delicious!!! I made it exactly like the recipe, except for substituting Splenda for half of the sugar, and adding 1/4 tsp of cardamom to the dough (just because cardamom is such a Swedish sort of spice...), and it turned out wonderfully. My daughter's boyfriend is Swedish, and she says this is very like the apple pie he made when she visited him in Sweden this summer.
This pie is amazing! I do not like pie of any sort and then I took a bite of this pie and it won me over. The crunchy topping is a nice touch. My son loved this pie so much that he did not want a cake for his birthday...he wanted this pie instead! The recipe is perfect as is...I made no changes.
Sooooo Good and soooooo easy. Definitely keeping this one. Who needs all that extra pie crust. This is perfect.
I thought this was fantastic. More like apple dumplings maybe, but still excellent. I've made it several times, I do put a bit of cinnamon in the apples in addition to the crust, but I'm silly about cinnamon. I am disabled and don't have the stamina for a conventional apple pie, but I could handle this just fine.Thanks for posting this recipe!!
AWESOME!! it takes no time at all and my whole family loved it. They even liked it more than a traditional apple pie! :)
Hmmm. it just seemed to good to be true. I tried this cause i wanted apple pie but i was too lazy to make one. this one seemed easy. i cooked it for about 15 minutes longer, but the batter never firmed up. There was just a thin crunchy top, the rest was just batter really. The bottom was very soggy. I give it some stars cause it didnt tase bad, but i can not serve this to my guests...ever...
I followed the recipe exactly except that I had a bottom crust that I wanted to use before it expired so after I made the filling I simply poured it in on top of the crust and then followed the rest of the directions for the topping. My husband LOVED it! How can you not love food that has a stick and a half of butter in it! I melted the butter as the recipe stated and the topping set very well.
This pie had a very good taste. It's also simple to make. The topping is delicious too. I served warm with good vanilla bean ice cream. Yummo!
I was skeptical, but since I had to prepare dessert for a potluck I had committed to weeks ago, and I had a bagful of old apples in my fridge and not much else, I took a shot at this recipe. I used brown sugar and added cinnamon and nutmeg to the apples and the crust, used the measurements times 1.5, made it in a casserole dish, and it turned out to be delicious!!! I'm keeping this recipe- why ever make 'traditional' apple pie??
My family loved it at Thanksgiving. Made it gluten free, and was a little concerned by how it looked, but that is not the recipe's fault. Seems like a pretty solid variation to apple pie.
This recipe is so easy and very tasty. I love that there is no bottom crust and that the recipe can be made so quickly. It was a crowd favorite.
Very good BUT words of advice dont use your brand new blender to mix the crust! It WILL break it. Thats what i get for being lazy huh?
I followed the recipe exactly..ran over and made a mess, was not good texture or taste for me.
I made it yesterday. I replaced half of the sugar with brown sugar to get a nice dark color. I added the spices like most of the reviews advise and also some powdered vanilla. My batter ended up quite thick to the point where I could not "pour" it on the apples so I got adventurous and added three table spoons of low fat milk. I let it cooked for 20 minutes longer than on the recipe and it ended up beautifully! Nice and crunchy on the edges and "flan" like inside. Not liquid at all... I'll definitely make it more often and bring it to work. It's very easy!
This has excellent flavor. Followed the review: DONT melt the butter and the crust was really yummy. The apples were not very juicy. I like my pie juicier. so next time i will use 1/2 granny and 1/2 cortland. will make again
This is a nice easy recipe and that was why I chose it. I accidentally grabbed the nutmeg instead of cinnamon and that didn't hinder the flavor at all! I did eventually put in cinnamon. I wound up thinking the amount of crust wouldn't be enough, (since it was thick and not loose and really spreadable), so I made more crust with oil instead of butter. Now I'm wondering if that made a difference in the texture of the crust. It wasn't firm all the way through. Overall, it is very tasty.
Not impressed. Whole recipe is bland... and I followed suggestions from other reviewers. Gave it one star because it was easy.
I read the reviews first - then made the pie (to get tips). I have to say that I've never baked a pie and this recipe - will be an ongoing favorite in our home for years. It's so easy, that I involved my 2 girls (4 & 11) to each make one (measure, beat/stir, peeling the apples, etc). WE LOVED IT. I used more sugar than the recipe called for (1/4 cup each of white and brown) and it was PERFECT. We picked our Granny Smith apples from an orchard here in town and that made it all the more special. In the crust topping - I also added Vanilla Extract (didn't have any Almond on hand). Made two at a time and it was GREAT. Make sure the topping isn't too wet and you clump it on top of the apples. We had one wet and one clumpy. We thought they both were good - however, the clumpiest was a bit better. Thank you for all the reviews. Have fun making this and ENJOY!
This was an interesting recipe. I definitely agree with other reviewers about the need for additional spice. I used 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp allspice, and 1/8 tsp nutmeg in the crust; 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/3 or so tsp allspice, 1 T. white sugar and 1 T. brown sugar for the apples. We're cinnamon freaks, so that might be a bit much for others. I followed the advice of earlier bakers and only softened my butter rather than melting it; I ended up having to press my batter piecemeal into the pan to create the top crust. As the recipe specified, I didn't put in a bottom crust, and while it definitely made things easier, it was a bit odd when people ate it. In some ways, this was almost a cobbler rather than a pie. It's a nice change, though, with a couple of minor additions - and a lot easier than wrestling with pie crusts! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
This recipe reminded me of a cobbler, however, better!
Hey!for halloween,i have to make an applepie for a contest!so i chose this one!Wish me luck,! p.s.I'TS EASY!I WON!
As many other reviewers did, I adjusted the recipe to add flavor. Tossed 6 very thinly sliced apples with sugar & cinnamon, and placed in two pie plates (one 9-inch and one smaller, 7-8 inch). For the crust, I used 2/3 c. white and 1/3 c. brown sugar, 2/3 c. flour and 1/3 c. graham cracker crumbs, just-melted butter (closer to softened than liquid), nutmeg, and cinnamon. I had enough topping to spread over both pies (thinly), and cooked them together for only 30 min. The apples were very soft (almost like apple sauce), the crust was crunchy, and it was perfect-- not too sweet, not too tart-- and I have enough for home *and* to take to work. Thanks!
pretty easy to follow-considering it was my first time making an apple pie it came out delicious.
Everybody loved it! I used half white and half whole wheat flower, and unsalted butter. I forgot to add the salt but it turned out great anyway. I think this work well with other fruits like apricot etc. I will make it again.
Loved this pie! Simple ingredients and amazing crust over top of the pie that is not soggy but really quite hearty and crunchy ish. By far the best apple pie I've had. We did add some cinnamon sugar sprinkled on the top before baking which was a great addition.
I made this and brought it to a dinner party and everyone LOVED it! It was super good. I did make a few adjustments though. I added a LOT of extra sugar (the apples were off our own trees and are REALLY tart) and a little bit of nutmeg. Once I had slathered on the sauce, I alternated layers of raw sugar and oatmeal. This made it have a nice crumbly "crust" on top & it looked awesome! Thanks for the recipe - I will make this again!
Didn't feel like making a crust so i went looking for something else. This was wonderful. I added extra spices(preference)and topped pre-baked with sliced almonds. Compliments to the chef!
Amazing. I wanted to make an apple pie but didn't feel like dealing with the dough and rolling it out and everything. This pie was just as delicious if not more so than a regular apple pie. I ran out of flour while I was mixing the batter, and all I had was some apple cinnamon muffin mix. I ended up using about 1/2 cup of the muffin mix and 1/2 cup flour, but it actually turned out very well. Highly recommend this recipe.
This is really yummy!! I used Macintosh apples because we picked them fresh. I also cut the butter down to one stick (1/2 cup). The best part is that it is so easy to make! You can just whip it up before dinner to serve warm afterwards (with vanilla ice cream, of course!)
this was a massive hit at a dinner party on the weekend, and it was really easy to make... i agree with pavonee about adding one tbsp of cinnam. 1 tbsp of white sugar,1 tbsp of brown sugar and nutmeg in the apples before putting on the crust. I also put 1/2 cup of white sugar and supplemented with 1/2 cup of brown sugar...just adds that extra bit of brilliance.
I have to agree w/Asphyx...batter never firmed up and bottom was very soggy...
So easy and fabulous taste! I used 3/4 stick margarine and added cinammon to apples!!!!! Crust nice and crunchy with less butter/margarine. I also cut apples in larger slices and they did real well!!!!! This is a keeper!
By far, the easiest, most delicious apple dessert I ever had. I did take advice from others and added cinnamon and brown sugar to apples.
This was so tasty and easy. I used my 5cup plastic serving square of frozen homemade apple pie filling and dropped it into my square class baking dish of apx. the same size and covered it with this recipe...it came out tasting great....soo easy and convenient.
I love this pie have been making it for a long time and it never fails. It's especially nice when you don't have time to fool with a crust.
What a great recipe. I was looking for an easy apple pie recipe and came across this one. I love it. I did as others suggested and added 1 TBSP brown sugar, nutmeg and cinnamom to the apples. The apples were still a little tart, so next time I make it, I'll add more sugar. I think using apple pie spice would be great too. I also used the brown and white sugar in the topping. It was crunchy, chewy.......and so yummy!! I'm making this instead of apple pie for Thanksgiving this year!!
Amazing. It's a really great Apple Pie recipe. I added 1 teaspoon of Almond and an extra half a cup of cinnamon. It was perfect! I'll make this again soon!
This was good. I made it with half Granny smith and half Fugi and it tasted great. It was still tart, but it's complemented well by the crust. I also put a thin layer of crust on the bottom and it turned out beautifully!
This was excellent! Everyone enjoyed this. It was very easy, I wasn't rolling out anything. I added some more cinnamon and nutmeg when tossing the apples. I used 4 large apples and the amount was perfect. Try this one!
Really enjoyed this "pie." I had to bake it 15 minutes longer than the recipe called because the center was still quite doughy. However, it tasted great, had a nice crunchy cookie-like top. The only comment I have to the recipe was that I thought the apples could have been a bit sweeter. Next time (and there will be a next time) I will either add a bit more sugar or include other sweeter apples in with the tart apples.
Delicious! I softened the butter instead of melting it. I added 1 T. cinnamon, 1/4 tsp. nutmeg, 1 tsp. vanilla, and 1 T. brown sugar & 1 T. white sugar to the sliced apples. Also added cinnamon to the topping. It was very good & I think you could reduce the sugar in the topping -- it's pretty sweet.
I just stuffed my face with this pie. Its awesome and easy!
Just like Grammie's!
Very delicious recipe! I replaced all sugar with brown sugar because that's all I had at hand, and added cinnamon while tossing apples. All my friends loved it.
This was pretty good! I used a 9 x 13 glass baking dish and honey crisp apples (yummy!) It was good without any bottom crust! The topping turns out to be pretty soft . My only recommendation would be to add more sugar/cinnamen to the apply mix. I'd make it again!
easy, excellent and impressive. i highly recommend this recipe. i added a little cinnamon and suga to the apples.
Kind of weird texture, but quite yummy. Flavor is wonderful. I am a big apple pie a la mode person, but I actually prefer this without ice cream. Already had two pieces. :-)
This was a pretty good pie. If it wasn't for the topping, it wouldn't have much taste, so I added a pinch of nutmeg and used a bit more brown sugar.
I love this recipe but it does get a bit bland if you follow the directions exactly. Luckily, I'm a cinnamon fanatic so I actually mix in a teaspoon of sugar (or Slenda) with a teaspoon of cinnamon in my apples. I also replace the 1 teaspoon of cinnamon with either a full tablespoon of cinnamon or 2 teaspoons of cinnamon with 1/3 teaspoon of nutmeg, and a teaspoon of vanilla. It gives more flavor. I also take a very small amount of the batter and spread it on the bottom of my pan to give it a cake-like crust before adding the apples to the pan.
Made this for christmas eve desert and everyone enjoyed it! I loved the tartness from the granny smith apples mixed with the sweet sugar. I added extra cinnamon and a little brown sugar, too. Great easy apple pie alternative with no crust to roll out!
I greatly enjoyed this recipe and will make it again. I took it to a Thanksgiving dinner and it was the first to go. I made a couple of small changes. I threw nutmeg in with the cinnamon. Next time I might add some apple pie spice also. I also use a Pillsbury pie crust in the bottom of the pie plate simply because I already had it. Finally I used half sugar and half brown sugar. Good consistency and nice flavor. Thanks.
How can you go wrong with apples, butter, and sugar? It's an easy to make and delicious way to put them all together. I used half brown sugar and half white. A huge hit, so you might want to double the recipe and use a casserole pan!
This was good. My fiance was a big fan. I have never eaten pie and always refused it. I had a small sliver of this and thought it was nice. Similar to apple crisp, but not as sloppy.