12 Reviews

Love the raisins in this. Reduced sugar to 2 tablespoons and used cinnamon instead of apple pie spice.

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Quail2 April 14, 2012

FABULOUS!!! Absolute perfect blend of sweet and spicy. Used Apple Pie Spice for the apple pie spice which was also wonderful. I cooked mine on high for about 2.5 hours and then put them in the fridge for the flavors to fully develop. . .then warmed up before serving. Will certainly make this again and have shared the recipe with friends.

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JanuaryBride October 27, 2010

YUM, these were soo tasty for breakfast this morning! Loved the added raisins and apple pie spice.
I dont own a crock pot, so I made these in the microwave, which worked out nicely. I had organic apples, so I left the peel on them and also I left out the sugar.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this keeper with us, bmcnichol!
Made and reviewed for PRMR October 2011.

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Lalaloula October 15, 2011

So yummy! I cooked them for our dessert tonight and topped with homemade light vanilla ice cream! :) I used Apple Pie Spice since I didn't have any apple pie spice in the cabinet and stevia about 1/4 tsp instead of splenda. What a yummy fall recipe or anytime of year!

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SweetsLady October 01, 2010

Delicious! I cut the recipe in half and used 2 granny smith apples. I used pumpkin spice because I didn't have apple pie spice and just use water for the apple juice and the flavor was absolutely wonderful. I cooked mine on low for 3 hours and the apple had a slight bite to it. I do think scattering some sliced or slivered almonds on top after cooking would be great. I served it with Weight Watchers Roasted Pork Tenderloin and Herb Roasted Cheddar Potatoes. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas November 30, 2009

These were very good. Mine only took about two hours as well. I followed the recipe exactly as stated. Very tasty!

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Lainey6605 October 07, 2009

I bought a new crock pot tonight and wanted to try it out , with a " quick crock pot recipe " I made the recipe as written and was able to have it finished in 2 hours on High. My kids loved it as did my DH. Every time I make a new recipe I ask " is this recipe a "Do Again " the answer I got was a big YES. Thank you for such a good and simple recipe :)

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~*Laci*~ September 06, 2008

This is an easy and delicious recipe that can be a side dish or a dessert. We really enjoyed it. I used granny smith apples and cooked them on high for a couple of hours. I will make this again. Thanks for posting.

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Recipe Reader January 24, 2008

Simple and lovely! Using 4 large Granny Smith apples, half of them peeled, half not, I subbed Craisins for the raisins and likewise SF cranberry juice. Anticipating tartness, I increased the Splenda by 2 T. They were tender after 2 hours so I turned off the crock pot. I suspect that after 6-8 hours, I would have had applesauce. ;-) Served as a side with pork chops, this recipe was wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

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SusieQusie November 07, 2007

This is really lovely and very easy. It perfumes the house with the wonderful scent of apples and spice while cooking. I skipped the raisins to cut sugar and scattered in some sliced almonds instead and skipped the butter/margarine (didn't miss it at all). This would be a great way to use up a surplus of fall apples! They cook down and I could easily see a guy eat this entire recipe. It tastes like apple pie without the crust, YUMMM.

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Annacia October 18, 2007
Crock Pot Baked Sliced Apples - 1 Ww Point