Apple Betty is a classic American pudding. It's essentially an apple crumble, perfect paired with custard or ice cream. Instead of apples you can use fresh berries, though apple is traditionally used in this dessert.
You can control the sweetness by increasing or decreasing the amount of topping you use.
You do not need orange juice !! Use water. The apple is the main flavour not orange. This is an old English/Irish/Scotish recipe. My Grand Fathers favourate. I have been making this same recipe fore close on 60years. Love it. Old is new again. Enjoy. - 17 Sep 2012
Easy and soooo good. I always get rave reviews when I make this dish. Don't slice the apples too thin though or they end up too mushy. - 16 Dec 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
super delicious. This tastes mighty fine. And so easy to make too. (ps substitute some brown sugar for the white and it will taste even better.) Still the best recipie around! - 06 Sep 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)