Delicious! My family loved this so well, that I think I will be gettingrid of my old apple pie recipes1
Easy to make and delicious! I don't change a thing about this recipe because it's perfect just the way it is. Everybody loves these apples - especially cinnamon lovers.
Time was right on, but could've added more spices! I did about a fifth of what was called for of each item-would've been way too much for 2 people. 2 apples, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1 tsp vanilla extract, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, then 1/8 tsp of the following: allspice, cloves, ginger, cardamom, and nutmeg. I probably could've done 1/16 of those, but that was the problem with this recipe and knowing how far down to go, since it was to feed what, 15 people?! Came out well, though.
I made this today and it turned out yummy! Mainly apples, sugar, and spices. Delicious!
These are fantastic! This was my second time making the recipe. I used honey crisp apples and Splenda brown sugar. My boyfriend is already asking when I will make them again!
Let me taste first, but 5 minutes prep time?!?! To peel, core 10 apples?? That took me 25-30 minutes.
thank you for a simple recipe to make apples. This is what I was looking for .
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.
This was very good... but my sauce didn't thicken very much. I would give it 5 stars if I could figure out how to make the sauce thicken (like the drunkin' apples at Famous Dave's). Also, this is a huge quantity (maybe enough for side dishes for a dozen people or so, next time I make it for my family, I'll half the recipe).
I have a big family, so I had to adjust amounts. However, it was simple, quick, and delicious! We had them as a side dish, but I can imagine how great they would be with ice cream. Will definitely make again!