Baked Apples Free PD Recipe

Baked Apples - ©

I call this recipe ‘cheater apple pie’. It’s fast, easy to prepare, and fills your house with the glorious smell of baked apples and cinnamon. It’s a perfect after-school fall snack or morning oatmeal topper. I prep this recipe in under 10 minutes and allow it to bake it while I’m in the shower. Be sure to bake two pans; leftovers are excellent packed in lunches or served cold the next day.

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    Comments (6)

    1. posted by Denise on August 4, 2013

      These are so simple and delicious! I had some for a snack today and put away some to have with my oats tomorrow morning.

    2. posted by veganinblack on October 27, 2013

      in the oven now, smells amazing.

    3. posted by Brittany on November 9, 2013

      These make your home smell amazing! I prefer eating them cold out of the fridge after baking them. They’re great as a snack on their own or in some oats!

    4. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

      these make your house smell delicious! I didn’t care for the mushy texture but my golden retriever loved them!

    5. posted by Amy on February 8, 2015

      Such a simple and satisfying recipe! We had some apples that were hanging around so we have this a try. Cooked longer than stated to get them browned. Love them!!

    6. posted by sal4gal on January 12, 2017

      I am addicted to these! So much that I ordered a new mandolin slicer. I mixed 1 TB cinnamon with 1/2 tsp. nutmeg in a shaker to make it easy to add to the apple slices. YUM ! ! !

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