Recipe from Pillsbury. Baking apples are best. I would use something like Granny Smith, Cortlands, Jonathans, Empires, Yellow Delicious, Honey Crisp, Ida Reds or Winesap (Winesap are my favorite and are usually found late season during October). I would avoid such apples as Red Delicious or Macintosh. They are great for eating but fall apart when cooked. And one of my secrets is to make a blend of baking apples, so the flavors are more well rounded and less one dimensional. Some apples, such as the Granny Smith, have that nice bite to them but are short on sweetness other apples have and aren't that great by themselves.