By Chris from Kansas on November 14, 2003
Photo by Chris from Kansas
Photo by Chris from Kansas
"Delicious cooked apples with just the right amount of sweet and tart. This is a favorite recipe that is very easy to make (especially if you have an apple peeler)."
Serving Size: 1 (196 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Nice flavor, not to sweet, I used brown sugar rather than white. Served it with grilled pork and liked it quite a bit. Thank you."
"This was terrific with baked ham, and super easy! Since I need to avoid carbs, I substituted Swwet 'n Low Brown and it worked fine."
"ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS!!! I used to make these and always knew something was missing...it was the CORNSTARCH! I love these b/c they are not too sweet...just right for my taste. Of course the kids loved them and asked for thirds."
"Excellent and Easy!! Made these for desert one night and served with ice cream, my son love them so much that he asks for them so often I showed him how make them and now he makes them for himself."
"Excellent with pork schnitzel, mushroom and mustard spaetzle. I made half a recipe and it was enough for the two of us with a little left over. Will make this easy and tasty dish many, many times."
"These were very tasty and quick to make. Thanks for posting."
"Delicious! I added more of the spices (as we like strong flavors), and was out of cornstarch, and this still came out great. Everyone here loved these and asked for more! :)"
"This is so easy. The recipe needs to be followed exactly to turn out the best. Thank you."
"I made these to go with our Christmas ham and they were divine. I also used Splenda. Thanks!"
"Great! I used some Rome apples (the little ones, not Rome Beauties) and subbed Splenda for the sugar. Added a little water part way through cooking as these are not the juiciest apples. Will definitely use this recipe often!!! Thanks!"
"These are just wonderful! Tonight is probably the 6th or 7th time I have made them and they are so easy and quick! I make them exactly as the recipe calls and my kids beg for more. Thanks!"
"I tried these this morning. I only had Gala apples, so I just made one to see how it would turn out. Instead of trying to reduce the ingredients to an 8th of the original amount, I measured the total amount of dry ingrediantes into a measuring flask and they measured just shy of 19 teaspoons. So I measured out 3 teaspoons for one apple and have reserved the remaining dry ingrediants for future use. I added appx a teaspoon of butter to my apple mixture and microwaved for 2.30 minutes in my 11000 watt microwave. It came out just fine. Total preparation from the time I peeled the apple until I removed in from the microwave was about 5 minutes. It will be less next time, as I already have the dry ingredients measured!"
"I ate this with my oatmeal this morning and it was delicious!"
"Wow! This was wonderful! I only made half,but otherwise followed the directions. This was so easy and very healthy, so I will be making this often. Thanks for a terrific recipe!"
"These were fantastic! We had these for dessert after a BBQ chicken dinner. Delicious and sooooo easy!"
"so yummy! great quick, simple, last minute dessert. I made it for hubby and I after our boys fell asleep, topped with ice cream it really hit the spot!"
"This was pretty easy to make and tasted great. We added some crushed graham crackers and cool whip on top."
"Delicious! We threw in raisins for a bit of variety, and to use them up. This is delicious!"