Ww 1 Point (Ww) Warm Chunky Apple "pie"

"I was given a bunch of apples and wondered what to do with them. I searched all of my cookbooks and found a similar recipe. I just changed it to be Weight Watchers "friendly". It tastes just like warm apple pie without all the guilt! I am going to try it over pancakes too!"
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Ready In:
4hrs 15mins




  • Peel and cut apples into chunks and place in a crockpot.
  • In a small mixing bowl mix splenda, water and cinnamon.
  • Pour over apples.
  • Cook on Low setting for 4-5 hours stirring occasionally.
  • Serve warm with Ice Cream or Cool Whip (I used Fat Free Cool Whip for 0 pts on Weight Watchers).
  • 1 Cup= 1pt.
  • Delicious and very filling too!

Questions & Replies

  1. I do not have a crock pot. How could I make The Warm Chunky Apple Pie in my oven?


  1. What a great Fall dessert. It just doesn't get any easier and the flavors of apple and spice can't be beat. I topped mine with no sugar added maple walnut ice cream and a drizzle of sugar free caramel sauce. Mmmmm!
  2. Thank you so much for posting this recipe. I have been looking all over for the Lucky Leaf Apple Pie Filling that is made with Splenda. I have not been able to find that product. This recipe is so much better than a canned apple pie filling. I ate a cup of this filling with some Kashi cereal sprinkled over the top. Delicious!
  3. I absolutely loved this. I remember making it when I was in WW and was looking for a low calorie dessert tonight. I only took 2 apples and actually made it on the stove top. Took less than 15 minutes and was perfect!! Only thing that would have made it better would have been a big ole scoop of ice cream....but maybe next time.
  4. I have been making a recipe similar to this for quite some time but don't add the water. I put the apples (granny smith) in the crock pot for about 4 hours adding the cinnamon and splenda about half way through (to taste). When its done its basically a homemade applesauce and turns a bowl of oatmeal into a dessert.
  5. This tasted great but 4-5 hours on low was way too long. I checked mine after 2.5 hours and I had applesauce. It was good but I was expecting to eat chunks of apple with ice cream, not applesauce. I used Splenda and one teaspoon of cinnamon.


  1. This was verrry good. I halved the recipe and used apple pie spice instead of cinnamon. I also was afraid of the apples not getting cooked like some of the reviewers had problems with, so I put them on high for an hour, then turned them down to low. I think that would have worked, but i didn't watch them close enough and they turned into applesauce (my fault)-still very tasty!! Next time I'll keep a closer watch.



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