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APPLE BROWN BETTY

An American dessert that dates back to Colonial American time.  A ‘betty’ is a baked pudding, made with layers of sweetened and spiced fruit and buttered bread crumbs.  It is usually served with a lemon sauce and/or whipped cream.  The most familiar one is the Apple Brown Betty, made with sliced apples and brown sugar. (I like it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream).

 

 

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