Put the apples and blackberries in a large bowl. Taste the fruit and sprinkle on the sugar as needed (use 2 Tbs. sugar for very ripe fruit, or up to 1/3 cup for tarter, less-ripe fruit).
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Delicious! Just what I wanted. My husband loves it so much. We had it for dessert with vanilla icecream last night then he had some after breakfast, and he said it is so good he could still have more.
I changed it a bit, I added 1/2 cup of oats, chopped pecans and walnuts instead of the hazelnuts. 1/2 teaspoon of salt. I added 1 pear, and I added a tablespoon more of lemon juice to the fruit.
So delicious :-)
I tweaked it a little bit...added more cinnamon to the topping and added more lemon and cornstarch to the berries.My blackberries are bigger than my thumb so I cut them in half. This was excellent!!
Excellent recipe. We have a nut allergy so I substituted oats for the nuts. It came out perfect. Simple and easy to make.
This is a huge hit! I make it every fall, with Gravenstein apples and blackberries. Yummy! Everyone always ask for the recipe. It is a great go-to recipe that people will rave about.
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