Hot Buttered Apples

"Something strange is happening at the breakfast table. Everyone is happily eating their cereal! Find out why below... :o) (Recipe is easily doubled, tripled, etc.)"
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  • Core and slice apple.
  • Mix apple with honey, butter, and raisins and put into small microwave safe dish.
  • Dust heavily with cinnamon.
  • Cover dish and microwave on high for 90 seconds or until cooked, but still firm.
  • Each apple will serve 2 persons as a side-dish at breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
  • Try it over granola or oatmeal for breakfast.

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  1. I have a hard time cutting up apples for Marks just takes him so long to eat. But this is a for sure keeper..he ate it all and will make again for him.Thank You for helping me feed Mark good things.
  2. Very good. Will make this often, as I love apples. I did add a bit of nutmeg, also.
  3. Yum. I had a bunch of golden delicious apples so I made this for dessert. This was good and easy to make. Next time I would peel my apple (personal preference).
  4. Easy & yummy, too!
  5. My DS loved these that is what makes them outstanding in my book. He is very picky and he doesn't like to try new things. But when he smelled these apples he came running. I left out the raisins but that was my personal perefence. They are very easy to put together and I am sure he can do this one on his own. Everything goes in the microwave so it doesn't heat up the kitchen on a hot day!! That's a plus for me. DS wanted all the sauce that was left in the bottom of the bowl. I will be making these again. Thanks for this wonderful recipe, Terri F.


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