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This brought back some great memories... a similar flavor profile to apples we enjoyed over the campfire in Girl Scouts. The grill preparation made this very easy. I used the sugar/cinnamon combo this time, but love the idea of jam, which I will be sure to try! Thanks for sharing! Veggie Swap 46

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Starrynews May 23, 2012

It has been nice out so I have been cooking on the grill and these came out great. I followed the recipe other then I used salted butter and didn't add the extra salt.

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bmcnichol March 09, 2012

DS reported back that these were a big hit after I made them for him to take to a BBQ. I made as written with DS reporting they traveled well and tasted just like the baked apples LOL. Thanks for the handy post.

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Debbwl November 06, 2011

This delicious autumn dessert is something apart that can be prepered on open fire as well as in the home oven. Not only scouts will enjoy it!
Thanks a lot for this really new recipe!

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awalde September 21, 2011

A nice trip down memory lane with this recipe. When we were young, I remember my mother making a similar type of dessert. She just cored the apples then put in a pat of butter and then sprinkled the centers with cinnamon and sugar, I don't think she measured the amounts, and then baked them in the oven and we loved these apples. This was a great dessert after our grilled teriyaki chicken dinner. Soon as we pulled off the chicken, we added the apples to the grill. I added a scoop of vanilla ice cream to my apple, so yummy!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for PRMR Tag game.

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diner524 March 20, 2012
Boy Scout Apples