OMG, these were awesome. The only change I made was using Southern Comfort (I didn't have any rum) but they were so good. I usually think baked apples are just hohum, but these go way beyond that. I will definitely be making again, and again.
Yummy! I've made these twice now and they're quite a hit with company. I didn't have any ice cream the first time around, but this time I served w/ vanilla. I have used both granny smith and honeycrisp apples for this recipe. I do cook the apples a bit longer than called for, usually about an hour.
Brought this to our office "Turkey Day" and received raves!I sliced the apples into approx 1/4 to 1/2 in thick pieces and cooked them in a crock pot on high for about 90 minutes. They were hot, crunchy and delicious. Thanks, ~Rita~
I followed the reciped exactly except I didn't use nuts because I don't care for them. These turned out fabulous and cooked perfectly with the time stated. My 3 year old DS ate 1 and 1/3 by himself! The raisins plumped up nicely and the apple was so soft and delicious. Great flavor combination, especially adding the rum. Thanks Rita!
*Reviewed for Zaar World Tour 3* These made a great dessert. I didn't have pecans so used walnuts. Easy to make and left them baking while we had dinner. Photo also being posted
Oh my, I loved these with the rum, had baked apples before and was never that impressed with them...but wow. thanks for posting. Miss Pixie x x x :D
These were great! I used apple cider because I didn't have any rum. Yummy! Thank you!
Excellent! The filling alone would be an excellent topping for vanilla ice cream.