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Made this several times. The first time, I doubled the recipe and canned the apples following instructions to process in a water bath and everything. About two weeks later all the tops had popped up:( I tried again and this time I froze the apples. We have used numerous times for pies and cobblers and love the taste. I have also substituted dark rum for the amaretto and it was equally as good. Thanks Mary for a yummy apple recipe!

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Diplo-mom July 24, 2008

I made half a batch of these apples to try, and they will definitely be added to my homemade gift recipe collection. This batch won't be around long enough for canning. They are sooooooo good!! Vanilla ice cream, here we come. Thanks Mary!

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AmandaInOz May 11, 2008

Spent the day making this yummy recipe for Christmas gifts. Made 14 quarts and now have to decide who's worthy enough to receive it! Many thank's for this treat.

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thistleridge November 28, 2006

Well I am a great fan of Amaretto. This is great!!Now I have another recipe besides canned peaches with Amaretto. I will fill my canning room with this recipe when the apples are ripe. Thanks!

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Montana Heart Song July 09, 2006

This was amazing! Smells divine! I canned 4 quarts of this using a 20 min water bath. Had a little more than a pint but less than a quart left over so I threw together an oatmeal, brown sugar, cinnamon topping together and put it on top- baked for about 10 minutes and called it dessert! YUM! Cant wait to make the pies with the canned filling. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) January 05, 2006
Chip's Canned Apple Pie Filling With Amaretto