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These are really yummy! I used 6 very large Melrose so I decreased the sugar to 1 cup. I cooked in the crockpot because I didn't have any room in the oven. I did 4 hours on low. When they were tender, I mixed in a teaspoon of cornstarch and water to thicken it a bit. I served with ham and it was a huge hit!!! The possibilities are endless!

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CrazyBoutCooking December 27, 2009

Excellent! I was looking for a healthier dessert, as both my hubby & I have quite a big sweet tooth ;) This fit the bill! I halved the recipe and sub'd honey for the sugar and added about 2 teaspoons molasses powder. Served these plain, it was yummy all by itself! Very good, thanks for posting, will definitely make again!

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SwedishExpat March 15, 2010

This is so easy, quick, and yummy! I use splenda brown sugar and it turns out great! I make these all the time now, for my fiance and me.

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lauren_juarez2000 March 14, 2010

OH My. these were delicious as you said it taste just like an apple pie without the crust. Delicious with ice cream or without. I love cinnamon and this fit the bill. I used Granny smith apples. Baked at 350 degrees for about 50 minutes. Thank you for sharing the recipe, I will be making these instead of regular baked apples.

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Barb Gertz February 08, 2004

Super easy and delicious! Yep, just like apple pie without the crust. A friend gave me a huge bag of small apples from his backyard and this was a great way to use up some of them. 10 small apples with the rest of the ingredients halved worked perfect for about 3 dessert servings. Remove these from the pan within a couple minutes because as the sugar cools they start sticking to the pan (even though it was a non-stick pan!). These apples would also be great on top of plain unsweetened oatmeal for breakfast.

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Crunchy Numbers July 25, 2010

A quick, easy & delicious weeknight treat! I used granny smith apples, lemon juice & cut back on the sugar - we like things on the tart side. I served it warm over ice cream & used the leftovers as a condiment for roast pork. Thanx Elmo!

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CountryLady March 03, 2004

Super Yummy but it could have been made with less sugar and still been great.

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veggie detox September 29, 2010

Very good, and very easy! I cut the recipe down to it was enough for one apple (2 tablespoons of brown sugar + 1/4 tsp. cinnamon) and I wrapped the apple slices in tinfoil and put that on a pan in the oven (Which made cleanup ridiculously easy!) and baked it for just under 30 minutes. I served it on top of fat-free vanilla ice cream, which got melted and goey! YUM! To up the nutrients in the apples, I left the skin on. Thanks for the super easy recipe which I will use often. Made for Heathly Choices ABC Tag.

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I Can't Believe It's Healthy February 04, 2009

Delicious! My family loved this so well, that I think I will be gettingrid of my old apple pie recipes1

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DIryshe February 24, 2004

While rummaging around in the fridge I found four mismatched apples that needed to be used so I turned to Google and found this recipe. It was a warm, sunny day and my solar oven was still outside so I decided this recipe would fit the bill for a dessert after dinner. I probably used too much of everything, with the exception of the apples. At about the 30 minute mark I could see that there was an excess of fluid/juice in the dish so I grabbed a small can of flaky biscuits. I put several on top of the apples, dumpling style, and sprinkled them with cinnamon sugar. When the biscuits looked done I pulled the dish out. The liquid never thickened (wish it would have) but it was pretty good nonetheless. The apples were moist and tender. I used one of this round corer/slicer gadgets and sliced each piece lengthwise and crosswise. I also omitted the nutmeg and used a liberal shake of Apple pie spice with the cinnamon. It took about an hour in the solar oven.

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