Just a few upgrades turned these dishes from the '40s and '50s into ones you'll want to make (and eat!) today.
Then: Made with cinnamon and crackers, but-surprise-no apples, this copycat treat tastes exactly like the real thing. The earliest recipes date to the mid-1850s, when pioneers moved west, away from the eastern orchards.
Today: This dessert had a renaissance in the 1930s, when Nabisco began printing the recipe on boxes of Ritz Crackers. We kept the crackers and added a tangy raspberry-swirled whipped-yogurt topping to balance out the sweetness.