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Thanks for this recipe! I have some filo dough in the freezer and have been thinking about what I could do with it. Might also try some pumpkin as the filling, instead of the apples. Like other commenters, I would add some spices like cinnamon, nutmeg or allspice.
I am with the few hundred comments above to add cinnamon! These are great and once you get use to handling Phyllo it is awesome!
These will be my Super Bowl treats! Thanks, Chef Meg!
Sounds delicious but I would add cinnamon to my apples for that true apple pie taste.
I would love to see more close-ups of the finished product.
i like this video ...please teach more low carb and sugar meals.
Sounded incredible until you got to the toppings (not going to happen)....I will make them and maybe a bit less brown sugar, and add a bit of cinnamon.
I can't believe there was no cinnamon in it? Did I just miss it or something? Cinnamon is great for giving flavor. Just surprised thats all. Looking forward to making these
I love a sweet treat after dinner and this looks ideal. Cinnamon compliments apple perfectly so that will be added to my recipe.
I can't wait to make these. Thanks so much for the hints on using FILO dough, as well. I am also keen on finding the recipe for your homemade caramel sauce.
I love the way each step was explained. I look forward to creating these tart's for my grandchildren.
I wish she would stop using the phrase "come in". Very annoying and poor use of the English language. Where is she coming in to?
How clever a solution to portion control. Sure wish Pepperidge Farm Turnovers would come out with a pre-made "mini"model! And how convenient to be able to freeze the extras for a future treat.
These look delicious, I'll have to give them a try..
Looks great! I bet you can cut the sugar and butter down by half and it still is great!
This looks so good and I really like phyllo dough.
I never baked with phyllo either. Always looked too much like work
great video I really like this
Looks good enough to eat. I am diabetic too. May have to modify the sugar in it, but I will give them a try, too.
I plan on taking these to a reunion next weekend. I am diabetic, so I can have dessert too.
Sounds wonderful!!!!! Can't wait to make this recipe. I enjoy watching her cooking videos.
OMG, So G-o-o-o-d !
Very easy to make. I added cinnamon and the kids LOVED them!!!!!
OOOOOOOOOOOH! DeLISH! Looks like somethin my Dad could easily make.
Great addition to your tea party recipe cook book.
This looks yummy as well as simple. I do things by scratch, & it's usually hard to accurately get the nutrition. This will be on my snack list for my teen & me.
This looks pretty easy and would work toward me taming my sweet tooth. Thanks. It's definately going to be tried by me this weekend! Never used the phyllo either.
I never baked with phyllo before, watching this video made making this recipe seem so easy.Can't wait to try it
I liked the video! I thought that she gave a great tip on the dough that you can put the unused dough back. I will try this because of this video.