Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 50 min. + standing
That is way too much sugar, perhaps only need 1/2 cup. With other ingredients not needed.
I thought this was a delicious recipe- easy and fast to pull together. Made for Hannukkah 2020, we all needed some comfort food this year! Smelled great while baking. I cut the sugar down to 1 cup (as per alot of people's suggestions), and I thought it actually could use more sugar.....next time I would try 1.5 cups. I also added a sprinkle of cinnamon. Will make again!
I would omit the sugar and add fruit instead. I have made this with crushed pineapple packed in it's own juice (nothing else). Drain off the juice, reserve for another opportunity. One added chopped up dried apricots, chopped up mangoes, even apples. Mix well. Choose those fruits which are natural with no added sugar.
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The simplicity of this kugel was so nice to see. I cut the recipe in half as there were only 6 for dinner and substituted stevia for the sugar as we had 3 diabetics at table and it turned out as wonderful as the kugel I'd had in Brooklyn when in grad school. Thank you!
I am sorry but this sounds like a dessert. There are many versions of kugel but none with this much SUGAR!!!! I personally make an apricot kugel DUSTED with cinnamon sugar so the top will crisp up but that’s it. 2 cups of sugar seems way out of line. Then topped with graham crackers?!?! Who created this recipe?
Simple and so yummy! Just what my family needed, a tasty, tempting, easy, and satisfying "anytime" at any temp dish.
I was looking for a Kugel recipe to share with my neighbors at card night and it was light and delicious. Everyone loved it. I had a little left and ate it cold and it was just as good!
This is a traditional recipe for our family. It is a sweet Kugel that has even been eaten as dessert. And is almost as yummy cold as warm.
I had been looking for a non sweet Kugel recipe for a long time!This is a great recipe, but I subbed seasoned breadcrumbs for the graham crackers.. and omitted the sugar.Thank you for sharing! Shalom :)