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Yum!!! Warm and cold!! I cooked them longer but they could take it. The only different thing I did was soaking the raisins in dark rum first. My husband liked it with custard, for me...as they were cooked, but I liked it better cold, the syrup is then less sweet. Thank you for a nice, tasty and easy recipe!

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Pets'R'us December 16, 2003

Wow, cooked this for a total of 27 people Thursday Evening at an organization that I belong to. I cook one meal a month for them. This was awesome. I ran out of Baked Apples. Made it precisely according to recipe and it was simply devine. I did add a bit of Fresh Ground Pepper to each apple. Im not sure that a few red pepper flakes would not also suffice in enhancing the taste. But this was perfect just the way it was written thanks Tasty and very refreshing. Chef Angela Marie

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Angela Marie September 02, 2006

My husband and I loved this! I baked 3 apples in our small crockpot. I baked 1 hour on high and 1/2 hour on low becauce my DH didn't want to wait 2 hours! I used 2 golden delicious apples and 1 fuji. Mmmm, this will be a treat and be made often! Thanks lady!

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Sharon123 October 24, 2004

An easy way to make baked apples on a hot summer day without heating up the kitchen! Since there are just the 2 of us and I have this tiny little crock pot, I only cooked 2 Granny Smith apples. It wasn't overly sweet & I served it with vanilla frozen yogurt. Thanx ladypit!

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CountryLady August 17, 2004

Excellent! Easy and yummy on a cold winters day. thanks!

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paula&matt January 04, 2004
Crock Pot Baked Apples with raisins