By Mysterygirl on April 08, 2002
"An old recipe that I just stumbled over again. Tastes great on homemade biscuits. With some grits and eggs and you have a real "southern" breakfast treat."
Serving Size: 1 (197 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Very good! I melted the butter in a 12 inch saucepan then layered the apples and sugar mixed with cinnamon. They were very flavorful, not at all difficult to make. I took them up after the 15 minutes, we like a little crunch. We had these with biscuits and eggs as suggested (no grits) :-) I will make these again. Thanks Mysterygirl! "
"Family loved it - only change I made was to thicken it at the end of cook time, using 1 T cornstarch with 1 T water. It tastes like apple pie filling. Next time I may try using splenda so I can share with my diabetic mother in law."
"Perfect on waffles!"
"Wonderful apples! I did use Granny Smith apples, added more cinnamon and nutmeg, and used a little less than a cup of sugar. Very easy to make and the kitchen smelled so good when fixing breakfast!Thank you Mg, will be making these again!"
"Nice, homey recipe. This recipe is delicious, but the best thing about it is the smell as it's cooking. Really liked the addition of butter to this. I made this to serve with potato pancakes and ham on Sunday and we all loved it!"
"SOOO good! I can see this apple mixture used for so many things, I also added in some brown sugar and increased the cinnamon,! thanks MG!...Kitten:)"
"DEEElish! Just like Mom makes. I cooked them down until they were mush, not like Ms. Nezz. That's the way I grew up eating them. The spices were just right and, because I used a sweeter apple, I reduced the sugar by 1/2 cup. Served with butter and biscuits, these were great!"