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Just wonderful, I baked my apples and they turned out wonderful. I made them as a side with my Apple Tenderloin! My hubby loved them, as we know apples and pork go together great! Thank You for sharing!!! :-)

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Janet C. September 18, 2014

Very good. I would make again. I fit 6 Granny Smith apples in my crock pot and cooked on low for 4 hours. I didn't mix the butter in the filling I just put a dot of butter on each apple after I filled it. Had plenty of filling for six apples. I didn't have any ice cream for serving but they were great on their own. Thanks for the recipe.

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ExercisingChef September 15, 2014

Very tasty served warm with ice-cream! The filling complements the apple very nicely. I entered one in the county fair & placed first!

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Debbb October 13, 2012

These were a great finish to a fall meal with friends! I baked them in a casserole dish at 350 for 45 mins, because only 3 halves would fit in the bottom of my crockpot. Served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce. Thanks for the recipe!

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Libbythecook October 31, 2011

This is great! and to cook it in the crockpot, couldn't be better. I forgot to put in the butter, we never missed it.

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black and gold February 15, 2011

I added some oats and peeled my apples completely. They were easy and delicious!! I ate one cold for breakfast the next day and it was even better than the night before! Thanks for sharing!

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megjo77 February 15, 2010

These were terrific!! I loved that "natural" taste of sweetness you get from these. But now upon seeing other pictures, I realize that I may have gotten "a lil' carried away" with my scooping! ;) No matter, it still was wonderful!!

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kellychris January 21, 2010

These were so good! I didn't have any craisins, so I omitted them. Instead of using the crock pot, I just baked mine in the oven at 350 degrees for 50 minutes. I've already eaten a left-over apple for breakfast this morning. Yum!

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michelles3boys January 06, 2010

These are delicious! They make the house smell good, they are very attractive and make a sophisticated dessert. They are easy to make and are great for company. Everyone will be impressed! Highly recommend.

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Franco-American Kichen Jockey January 02, 2010

This is amazing!!! Thanks so much for this recipe... it is a perfect treat for the season! I poured a little apple juice in the bottom of the crock pot (to add to the smell, and absorb into the apples. Also, for me, I would do a minimum of 3 hours in the crock pot (you really can't leave them in there too long). I HIGHLY recommend eating it with ice cream and caramel sauce... DELISH!

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heather.longshore October 29, 2009
Slow-Cooked Baked Apples