when baked, this low-fat, fruit-filled dessert forms a crisp brown sugar crust. serve it all year long with whatever fruits are in season. some great fruit choices would be: blueberries, raspberries, sliced strawberries, nectarines, peaches, pears, bananas, mango, papaya, and pineapple chunks. i found this in my better homes and gardens new dieter's cookbook.
my dh hates apple cakes and pies of all kinds but will eat this until i stop him and i love apple cake and pies of all kinds and will eat this until i stop myself; in other words everyone loves this cake. this is not a fluffy cake but a good heavy crumb c
i didn't believe the recipe when my friend lesley gave it to me, but having tasted the slice, and loving it, i tried it and had sucess the first time i made it, eveyone loved it. the family call it my "stolen apple slice" it freezes very well!! update
this is from the food section of real simple magazine. you can use either the shortbread cookies or replace them with chocolate wafer type cookies and use strawberry or raspberry preserves instead of the apricot. you may want to break the cookies up jus
a fantastically simple dessert. serve with some mascarpone or cream and a piece of almond bread.. see recipe "recipe#222097". for the kids serve with some ice-cream and crushed meringue. a simple dessert for a summer's evening.
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