Recipes Budget Recipes Deep Dish Apple Pudding

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    I received this recipe from my mother-in-law and oh it is so yummy (and cheap as it is stables in my kitchen).

    6 Large apples (I used Gala as they were on sale)
    2 T lemon juice
    1/2 cup water
    1 tsp cinnamon
    3/4 sugar

    3/4 all purpose flour
    1/4 tsp salt
    6 T Butter (softened)
    1/4 sugar
    Blend the all topping ingredients until it resembles moist crumbles (looks almost like corn meal when blended).

    Peel and slice apples into a deep dish cassarole, add lemon juice & water and mix with apples. Mix cinnamon & 3/4 cups of sugar, pour over apples. Sprinkle the topping over apples , pat smooth with spoon. Bake at 375 for 40 min.

    Serve with vanilla ice cream. ­čÖé


    Pudding is one of my favorite dishes and I love trying new things in it and have learned various types of it. Hence I will also try this one. One question I would like to ask is can I use powdered sugar?


    Why is this called a pudding? Just wondering!


    This was the most delicious pie and crust I’ve ever tasted! I made one to test it out and it was devoured within 20 minutes of coming out of the oven! It was so good I made a second one the next day. My only changes were that I used MacIntosh, Rome, and Granny Smith apples and didn’t have pecans so I used walnuts.

    Definitely the go to pie from now on…and that crust is so good it could be eaten alone! Enjoy!


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    Thanks for a great recipe.

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