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We enjoyed this with whipped cream. Substituted 1/2 the brown sugar with Splenda. Glad we put in the optional lemon juice!

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brandimcd April 17, 2011

Our family loved these. We ate them at dinner with a pork loin roast and then when the kids went to bed, hubby and I finished them off with vanilla ice cream. Super yummy. I only had 3 apples so I reduced the recipe to 1/4 of the ingredients (omitted lemon juice) and just had extra apple. Next time I think I will try chunks instead of slices.

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Ginny Ax March 07, 2011

I loved this both plain and with whipped cream! I agree with another reviewer that it would probably still be good with a little bit less sugar and will try reducing the sugar next time.

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swanddwarfs February 25, 2011

Nice, comfort-food type dessert. Like others have said, apple pie without the crust. A nice low-fat dessert and paired nicely with non-fat vanilla ice cream. Used honeycrisp apples, and would have baked them for about 5-10 minutes more.

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Russ in NJ January 31, 2011

This turned out really well. Mine baked in a 325 oven for about 1 hr 15 minutes. I used golden delicious apples.

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zaar junkie October 18, 2010

Very tasty over vanilla ice cream! Such an easy and pleasing dessert.

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Southern Bug October 06, 2010

These taste great warm with vanilla ice cream! Also good served with pork. I used 9 granny smith apples and kept the rest the same.Thanks for posting!

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StacyMD187373 January 03, 2010

These apples were delicious and so, so easy, even though I thought they were a bit sweeter than I thought was necessary. That may have had something to do with the fact I only had 8 Granny Smith apples istead of the 10 called for. I have grand expectations for this recipe to use as a filling for homemade pocket pies or as an excellent topping for my homemade waffles, and perhaps even a simple filling for a simple apple pie. I have a very large 14-inch, 5-quart, stainless steel skillet, and I am going to try doing this as a saute, just to see how it goes, perhaps deglazing with a bit of rum or some other booze, but even as they were, these were delicious with some vanilla ice cream and some toasted pecans. Awesome!

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Two Socks December 14, 2009
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