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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!
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!
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.
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.
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.
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!
Super Yummy but it could have been made with less sugar and still been great.
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.
Delicious! My family loved this so well, that I think I will be gettingrid of my old apple pie recipes1
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.