12 Reviews

Okay, so the apples I've got at the moment are Courtlands, clearly not the more crispy, solid kind it appears some of you have used. Thus, my apple appears to have exploded, disintigrated, and mushified. But, the flavor is excellent! Had no brown sugar, used regular white with my last drops of molasses, and a dash of pumpkin pie spice. The house smelled marvelous, and the apple(sauce) that resulted was superb....Just use a firmer apple if presentation is important. And oh...yeah: I'll make sure there's ice cream available next time!

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Mick's Kitchen November 01, 2015

Delicious! I did make a couple of changes, though. I used coconut sugar and a tbsp of coconut oil. Yummy

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cheryl m. September 08, 2015

I just tried this with a gala apple and some apple pie spice. The whole house began to smell of cider and freshly bake pie within a minute. I don't know how I managed the five minute waiting period for it to cool once it came out, but it was pure heaven in a bowl! Make sure you scoop up some of that delicious syrup beneath the apple and drizzle it over before you top it with ice cream, you will thank me ? as well as the author of this fabulous recipe ? for it!

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Chrissy Sweettooth March 05, 2015

This was actually so amazing. I was very pleasantly surprised. I used 5 packets of splenda and some cinnamon and it was delicious!

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mm3prit December 21, 2014

If there's someone who could run out of wrap that would be me! But I had a small container that would fit exactly a cored and sliced apple. Great dessert ,fast,easy and delicious,just the way I like it. Caramel syrup would be a nice addition.Thanks for sharing.

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littlemafia April 08, 2010

this was so good! i put some splenda, cinnamin, nd some frozen blueberries, and as u said, i hve become addicted

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HEALTH CHICK February 09, 2010

Yum. I quartered a golden delicious apple. Based on a comment that apple slices turned out rubbery after five minutes, I nuked this one for 4 minutes and it was perfect (my microwave tends to cook hot) I added a drizzle of maple syrup and topped it with a half scoop of maple walnut ice cream. Thanks!

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Dyan December 06, 2009

I was in the mood for pie but since I'm dieting this was a good substitute. I didn't have any brown sugar splenda and thought that plain splenda might be boring even with the cinnamon. I realized i had some "DaVinci" sugar free caramel syrup so I put a few tsp of that on the apple. Apple was just a smidge rubbery but don't know if that was due to microwaving or the syrup or that I quartered it. Anyway - it definitely satisfied my craving and I will definitely be making it again. Thanks!

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badknee October 14, 2009

This is such a fabulous treat ... you can make it as healthy or as sinful as you'd like. Perfect choice for when you're dying for something sweet!

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KLHquilts October 13, 2009
Microwave "baked" Apple for One