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|Calories280Calories from Fat110|
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|Calories from Fat110|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Heather’s Full House a year ago
I followed the advice of Max Efficiency’s review and added 2 eggs. 1.5 cups flour, 1 T vanilla, and 2 t cinnamon. I didn’t have cinnamon sugar to sprinkle on top so I sprinkled with maple flakes. These came out of the oven 40 minutes ago and they are nearly finished. It was such a good use of bruised apples no one was eating!
Linda Smith a year ago
Easy, moist and flavorful. I’ll make this again.
Greg Matakis a year ago
Perfect cake texture, not very Brownie style. Best apple cake ever. I used 2 eggs; added extra cinnamon, touch of nutmeg, and some pure vanilla. Fantastic outcome.
Mandy 2 years ago
Turned out really good!
Max Efficiency 2 years ago
Listening to everyone’s suggestions here is my modifications: 2 tsp of cinnamon, 1tsp vanilla, 2 eggs, 1.5 cup flour and the rest creates a very thick guey before baking but don’t loose faith. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and bake for 30 min at 370F. Turned out super delicious but a little bit more cakey and soft. Didn’t crumble. I loved it
BJ 2 years ago
Turned out well. I added ground nutmeg and cloves. I would make them again.
Ruiz 2 years ago
Turned out great nice and moist I topped it with blue bell vanilla bean ice cream and chocolate shell drizzle
cara leigh 2 years ago
So good excellent recipe will be making them again
Elizabeth 2 years ago
Nice way to use up some yummy apples!
Marcia B 2 years ago
Good flavor but next time (& there will be a next time), I'll add some vanilla & a bit more cinnamon. Texture is a little soft & falls apart; probably needed more flour to make it more brownie consistency-the batter did seem somewhat thin. Added chopped walnuts to the batter and sprinkled top with cinnamon sugar before baking. Tested done at 30 min.
Jessica Thompson 2 years ago
turned out really well!! they were very soft and were flavorful. one tip is the batch i mad in the 8x8 pan cane out as a thick brownie. if you wanted some think on the thinner side you could definitely use a doffefent size pan. over all a great and easy to make fall treat!!!🍎😍
Antonio Teicher 3 years ago
As much as I didn't quite want that soft a texture, these turned out great! Tip: do not cut the apples in "bite size" pieces. Chop them smaller so that the apple bits get enveloped by the batter.
Rado K. 3 years ago
I've just finished the baking and had a taste of it - it's great! So soft, delicious and easy to make.
Jennifer S. 3 years ago
Quite tasty and easy, I’ve made them twice now. I had better results baking this in muffin form - the texture was better, less wet, and cooking time was shorter.
Ashley 3 years ago
Delicious! I substituted unsweetened applesauce for the butter, cut the sugars in half, and tossed the apples with a bit more cinnamon. It is more like cake than brownies but very moist and yummy.
I J 3 years ago
It turned out yummy moist and soft.
Ashley Watkins 3 years ago
Delicious!! This recipe was great and super easy to make. Had these brownies with some ice cream and my family loved it
Marisa Gaspari Brandle 3 years ago
Very delicious but more cakelike than blondielike. I would definitely make again.
Roth 3 years ago
Easy recipe. Brownies looked exactly as shown - golden in color. I used 3 types of apple and the flavor was very yummy!
Tiffany Fox 3 years ago
This was delicious! I added 1 tsp vanilla and topped it with chopped pecans and cinnamon-sugar. We ate it with butter pecan ice cream and it was dreamy!
Jackie Maforo 3 years ago
Turned out great!!! Was in the apple mood and it definitely satisfied I suggest to add some vanilla and more cinnamon
Tomesha Giddings 3 years ago
I didn’t know apple brownies were a thing until I had a ton of apples and searched “apple”. They were amazing! The first time I made them exactly like the recipe but added a tsp of vanilla because I have an obsession with vanilla lately. They turned out chewy like chocolate brownies but with a warm apple, cinnamon (and vanilla!) flavor. That was yesterday and they lasted less than an hour so today I made a double batch and plan to hide some for tomorrow.
Venessa Medina 3 years ago
They were tasty, but mine came out cakier rather than a brownie texture. Not sure why.
Mia V. 3 years ago
They turned out great! I baked for 25 min in a single batch pan. I sprinkled the top with extra cinnamon before baking, and sprinkled the top with chocolate chips when it was hot out of the oven. All the adults and the toddler loved them.
Joy 3 years ago
crumbled instead of holding together but maybe i just didnt cut the apples small enough? anyway its very good. highly recommend.
CR Clark 🐴🧁 3 years ago
They tasted great but came out more like a cobbler and fell apart very easy. I think my mistake was not cutting the apples small enough so make sure you do that! When she says bite size really make it like half of that. Maybe this will be a new cobbler recipe from now on 😂
mccollum 3 years ago
Delicious and soo moist!
jamie 4 years ago
These were amazing! The receipe is perfect!
Sherri Smilen 4 years ago
good, very yummy!!!! :)
David Right 4 years ago
adjusted for high altitude added about an eight of a cup of milk and they were a hit