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Did Your Granny Make These, Too?
Listen, folks – I’ve had way too much chocolate cake lately. I mean, so much that I almost can’t stand the look of it, which scares the heck out of me!
I love chocolate cake, so there has to be something wrong with me! I guess the holiday season came with such an overdose of chocolate that I need to find different kinds of desserts before I can return to my dear old favorite again.
Here’s one that’s actually on the healthy side, even though it tastes so sinfully delicious! I love apples and I’ve always enjoyed apple pies and crumbles, but it had been years since the last time I had baked apples. The recipe I used back then wasn’t all that tasty – the apples seemed a little dry, as if all the flavor had evaporated during baking. So this time I made sure I would use a recipe that would turn out juicy and delicious.
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Quick Tip: These will make a great, healthy breakfast served over oatmeal – or a delicious dessert with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream!