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I found the center to be kind of dry and glumpy but the kids loved it. I used braeburn apples and served them with a little FF ice cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon sugar. A nice guilt-free autumn dessert.

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Marg (CaymanDesigns) October 27, 2009

These are good but I think I prefer the traditional baked apples. The apples were not done at the end of baking and needed to be finished up in the microwave. My oatmeal mixture was dry maybe due to microwaving. The vanilla yogurt is a must. Made for *PAC Autumn 2008*

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PaulaG September 23, 2008

I made these for spring PAC and never got a chance to taste them, because my brother ate them. He said thet they we a 5 star recipe.

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School Chef April 24, 2008

Apples are a great favorite of mine, & I used Granny Smiths in this recipe along with a citrus honey from Trader Joes! After coring the apples I hollowed them out a little more, then, after I doubled the filling ingredients, I filled the apples & mounded it up on top! GREAT, GREAT TASTING, especially with the yogurt! [Made & reviewed for one of my adopted chefs in this Spring's PAC]

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Sydney Mike April 14, 2008
Guilt Free Baked Apples for 2