Simple Baked Apples
This is a family standard. We have it at least once a week during the winter. The spices, nuts and raisins can be interchanged or omitted depending upon your tastes. This also serves as a great breakfast, side dish, or dessert.
This is a family standard. We have it at least once a week during the winter. The spices, nuts and raisins can be interchanged or omitted depending upon your tastes. This also serves as a great breakfast, side dish, or dessert.
I made a few changes but what an easy and comforting dish! I used my crockpot and just loaded it full of sliced apples ( I think I used 8-10), peels on, mixed in the other ingredients and then added about 1/4 cup of apple cider in place of the milk. I figured the 1/2 cup might be too much! I put it on high and in a few hours I had a fantastic dessert that the whole family loved! We ate it warm with some cool whip on top, since I didn't have any ice cream! I will make this again!Read More
I made a few changes but what an easy and comforting dish! I used my crockpot and just loaded it full of sliced apples ( I think I used 8-10), peels on, mixed in the other ingredients and then added about 1/4 cup of apple cider in place of the milk. I figured the 1/2 cup might be too much! I put it on high and in a few hours I had a fantastic dessert that the whole family loved! We ate it warm with some cool whip on top, since I didn't have any ice cream! I will make this again!
I'm just 13 and i absolutely love to cook and bake. My family went apple picking this weekend and i wanted to make a dessert that was quick and sweet. I added some things to this recipe to make it even better. I sprinkled brown sugar on the apples before baking which gave them a gooey, sweeter coating and topped with granola. Sooo goood. Anybody can make this, please try it!
Pretty good! I upped the amount of cinnamon, and left out the other spices. I also omitted the raisins and nuts because I didn't have any on hand. I also added 1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract - which turned out great. While baking, I covered it with foil to retain moisture, as other reviewers (Christy7795) suggested. All in all, I will make this again. Thanks for sharing!
My family really liked this recipe. I made just a couple of minor changes. I omitted the cloves, and added a few drops of vanilla extract to the milk before pouring it over the apples. I also put a few thin slices of stick butter on top of the apple mixture right before I put it in the oven. It turned out great! I'm sure I'll make this one again.
Absolutely YUMMY! Made it with Splenda in place of the sugar because I'm diabetic and my daughter is always on a diet. Used a handful of frozen cranberries for color and tart counterpoint. Makes a lovely dessert. This would be wonderful served hot with a scoop of vanilla ice cream melting on top. It's a keeper!!
This is really good! It is so quick and easy to make. It is just like apple crisp without the topping. I didn't have raisins, but it was good with the walnuts. You could also use Craisins (dried cranberries); that would be good. I think next time I will also add some chopped sweet potato. This is great for anyone! Much easier than making apple crisp.
I didn't add raisins or walnuts and used skim milk, and they were still delicious. I'll be making again and again. Thanks!
Delicious with or without the walnuts. Very easy to make and goes great with pork chops.
I used skim milk because it was all I had. This would have been much better with the whole milk that it calls for. I sprinkled brown sugar on top of them after they had baked and that added a lot! It was good. Make sure you use whole milk.:-)
This was ok. Made it for my parents for a late Mother's Day dinner dessert...and it didn't turn out as well as I had expected. I don't know what I could have done differently...it just didn't do it for us. Thanks for the post anyway.
great as is because apple crisp is one of my fav things. trying to watch calories I want some of the flavor/texture without all the extra sugar/butter/flour or oats. Love Dutch Apple Pie but too sweet and dislike pastry crust. 1. As I prepped the apples I put in bowl with lemon juice (slow at this due to bad hands) 2. Used PURE maple sugar as it was in pantry. Would use pure maple syrup/brown sugar otherwise. 3. Used BOILED CIDER (ditto--in cupboard) instead of milk. 4. Mixed dry ingr in big plastic bag, added apples (drained) and shook. 5. IMHO too sweet so sliced more apples and added more spices/raisins/nuts. 6. Poured into larger casserole dish and baked until barely tender--our preference. 7. Great warm, but soooo good over greek yogurt and oatmeal in the a.m. I will def. make much more when friends help with the apple part! Wonderfully easy and can modify as your taste desires. Hmmm, dress up french toast, accompany pork chops....heck, eat with a spoon!
I did this for Thanksgiving and got lots of compliments. I prepped the apples the night before with the sugar and seasonings and stored them in the fridge in zip lock bags. In the morning I put them in my crockpot with half milk, half apple cider on low. 4 hrs later they were fantastic. Served them as a stand alone dish with fresh made whip cream as a topping.
Easy to do! KEEP SKINS ON FOR COLOR! I baked Rome apples at 375 for 20 mins covered with foil, then 350 for 20 mins, uncovered. Left out cloves. Used only 1/4 cup of Splenda, made it sweet enough. Came out perfect and pretty!
First of all this is a very good recipe but I made a couple of mistakes when I made it. Make sure to use apples that are considered baking apples. I used HoneyCrisps because they are our favorites and they were what I had. I also used one other apple that I was given and have no idea what kind it was. It had a mushier texture though. That apple was the only one that really sofened up while baking. The Honey Crisps remained a little crisp even after an hour in the oven. I used brown sugar in place of white, that was good. And craisins in place of raisins, also good. Unless you really love cloves, leave that out. I only used 1/4 tsp and it was still too much. Next time I'll stick with cinnamon and nutmeg only. I didn't have whole milk so I used 1/2 cup of half&half, that also worked ok. I ground the nuts a little too fine I think and I used pecans because it was also what I had. All in all this is an excellent recipe and I will be making it again. I'll just make sure I use the right kind of apples from now on, leave out the cloves and use pecan halves in place of grinding them. (I used the coarse grind but it was still too fine for my taste.) I did like this recipe though. It's like apple pie with out the crust.
Excellent and tasty! Many apple recipes seem off-putting, but this was not difficult to prepare at all. Used recipe proportions, minus the walnuts. To reduce prep time a bit more, I didn't peel my apples: I simply washed the fruit and then divided the apples with a combination tool that cores and sections in one step (each apple is divided into 8 wedges rather than thin slices). Mixed flour, sugar, spices in separate bowl and then mixed everything together in the 9-in glass pie dish I was going to bake in. I did add a few slices of butter on top as another reviewer suggested. I was afraid that the apples on top might dry out, but I baked it for an hour uncovered (checked the fruit for tenderness at 45 min) and it came out great! Soft but not mushy fruit infused with a balanced synergy of spices! Wholesome, delicious, and homemade—you can't go wrong!
Like Applie Pie without the fuss! I only used the milk, cinnamon,nutmeg, sugar, flour, and apples, and it still turned out awesome. *I wanted to add that this turned out best when I mixed the milk with the dry ingredients and then poured all of the ingredients over the apples instead of doing it in steps.
Delicious!! I used organic sugar, omitted the flour(don't eat grains), left out the walnuts(had none), and used 2% milk. Everyone enjoyed it. The only problem I had with it was that it was too sweet for my tastes. No one else in my family thought so though. Next time I will either cut the sugar in half or just leave it out altogether and maybe use some honey instead. I will definitely make this again!! Loved it especially because after I omitted the flour it became the perfect grain-free treat. Thanks for sharing!!
These were delicious. I didn't use the raisins as my husband isn't a huge fan. I also used skim milk as opposed to whole, and I thought it tasted fine. I was going to have it with cool whip, but forgot to pick it up at the store. Instead, we had it with cinnamon ice cream. :) Will make again.
Just took this out of the oven and gave a taste......Delicious! I made it with 1/3 cup Splenda like another reviewer and instead of ground nutmeg and cloves, I added 1 tsp of pumpkin pie spice. Also used Craisins instead of raisins. Tastes like apple pie without the crust. Can't wait to try it with a little whipped topping later. Thank you for a great, easy recipe.
Very good. I only used a small pinch of cloves, since I am not a fan of cloves. The only recommendation that I have is to cover the dish with foil while baking and remove it during the last 10 minutes or so. I left mine uncovered and the apples were sort of dry, not nice and bubbly as I expected them to be.
Simple, good and fairly healthy. I halved the sugar as I was using sweet apples. Might add a touch of brown sugar in the future. UPDATE: Made this again as I loved the flavors. Last time, I made this with almond milk as I can't have dairy. Made it again with light coconut milk. Plus, I added the full half a cup of sugar as indicated in the recipe. However, I just filled most of the half cup measuring utensil with white sugar then packed on about two or three tablespoons of brown sugar. YUM! Cannot stop eating this delicious treat! Oh, and I also used 1.5 tablespoons of cornstarch rather than the flour. It is a bit runny, but I think the sauce is what makes it great. Might go for 2 tablespoons cornstarch next time to see how it turns out.
Great recipe! The best part about it is how flexible it is--you can make it quite healthy if you want. I subbed in a mixture of Splenda white and brown sugar (in a 1:2 ratio), replaced the nuts with dried cranberries, and used soy milk in place of regular milk. I also scaled the recipe down considerably, for use with just two granny smith apples. I popped it in the oven for exactly 45 minutes with foil over the dish (cutting holes in the top--I wonder if this matters??) and it came out perfect. I can see this being a regular dessert!!
What an amazing and relatively healthy dessert! I followed the recipe except for one thing - I put a teaspoon of vanilla extract into my milk. A nice touch indeed! I think this will be a staple in our household from now on.
delicious and simple
This reminded me of the baked apples my mother used to make. Wonderful, simple and very pleasing!
I made this the other night, my husband and i enjoyed it very much, the only changes i made was i cut the sugar down to 1/4 cup and i put brown sugar in it instead of white. I loved the flavor of all the spices and we ate it warm out of the oven with yoghart on it.
Holy Cow this is good. My family liked it even better than regular apple crisp. The only thing I did differently is used 1/3C splenda and doubled the cinnamon, it was plenty sweet. We had leftovers and I used it in my oatmeal--delicious.
I am going to give this 3 stars because I changed the recipe slightly.This may have been ok with all the sugar this calls for but we made it with much less sugar. We did not care for this at all with the flour - it gobbed on the apples and did not taste good. Additionally, the long bake time was just not worth it. We won't make this again.
We love these apples! I use gluten free flour and almond milk, they turn out great. Typically, I substitute Penzey's Pumpkin Pie Spice for the spices called for in the original recipe. Will be serving these, along with a scoop of Dulce de Leche ice cream, to my Beloved for Valentine's Day tomorrow. YUM!
I followed the recipe exactly and didn't think it was anything spectacular for family eating. It also wasn't very attractive to serve to guests. I will not use it again. I tried it twice to give it the benefit of the doubt as there were so many good reviews and I still won't make it again.
Yum! These were the perfect complement to my fall meal. Because I was just serving myself (my hubs does not like fruit), I halved this. Now I have a sweet treat to enjoy the rest of the week! :) As with any new recipe I try, I made a few tweaks to suit my tastes. By mistake, I used the full amount of spice called for (oops!). I intentionally subbed maple sugar for plain sugar and apple pie spice for the individual spices simply because I had both on hand. I also added 1/2 t vanilla to my milk. My only suggestion for next time is to NOT cut my apple slices so thin. They got pretty limp. :( I think cutting into eighths or fourths (depending on the size of my apples) would work better. One more necessary change is omitting the walnuts alltogether. They seemed out of place and added nothing to this dish, IMHO. I'd double up on the raisins instead (on the contrary, they were the perfect complement). NOTE: Use baking apples for this. I used Golden delicious apples. Served with a dollop of whipped cream, this was a mildly sweet, somewhat healthy treat. Thanks for sharing, MAEVEN6! :-)
I used pecans instead of walnuts and cranberries instead of raisins. Put it all in my little crockpot and cooked it on high for about an hour or so. I knew it was done when the delicious apple pie smell filled my entire apartment! So simple and delicious. Maybe a little too sweet with both the sugar and dried fruit. Will probably skill the sugar (I used two Stevia packets) all together.
We loved this recipe so much I made again the next day. I thought I could improve on a good thing so I used Bisquick mix instead of flour (about 1 cup, I eyeballed it I don't measure usually) and increased the milk to about 1 cup also. Omitted the nuts and combined about 3/4 cup of quick oats(oatmeal) to the dry ingredients. After 1 hour in the oven it came out awesome. We will be eating this often! :)
I used only 1/4 c. sugar and 2% milk instead of whole. Plenty sweet and really delicious!
Great in oven and ok in slow cooker. I added craisins that were fantastic.
I have to admit, I was drawn to this recipe while looking for something to salvage a few apples that were no longer at the peak for eating out of hand. My sweetener of choice was brown sugar and I added more spice than called for and a touch of lemon juice. The final result was just lovely - I was surprised and delighted.
so yummy! I followed the directions, except exchanging the sugar for 1/4 cup of Splenda, and dried cranberries for the raisins. I also added pears to the apples. Very Very good! I will make again!
Delish! Used apple cider instead of milk; I don't see how using milk would work, unless it was a nondairy version like almondmilk or ricemilk. I omitted the nutmeg and cloves (we don't really care for them) and just used 2 tsp cinnamon. Definitely bake these uncovered. They make a delicious, sticky syrup as they're baking. My favorite baked apple recipe. Thanks for the post!
Perfect recipe. Easy! I also added some pears to this recipe. Great if you're having company. After it's cooled you can reheat it in the microwave and put some icecream on top. Perfecto!
I thought these were very good! I didn't measure the walnuts and added dried cranberries as others suggested and I didn't have any raisins on hand. I also covered my dish (as other suggested) and I found there was too much milk still left after cooking for 40 minutes. I recommend covering for 1/2 the time, then uncovering to allow the milk to get evaporated a little bit. Also, I forgot to grease my baking dish and didnt really have a hard time cleaning it, thankfully! I will make these again.
This was so good and so easy. I customized a little, I used a crock pot and didn't even add the raisins and walnuts. Instead of milk I used apple juice. I also substituted 1/4 c brown sugar, 1/4 cup white. After leaving it on low all day, the smell and consistency was amazing. I topped a piece of angel food cake with apples and cool-whip. Yum.
Liked these a lot. Put them in the slow cooker on low for about 1 1/2 hours; subbed apple juice for the milk, and omitted the raisins and walnuts. I also subbed a bit of allspice for the cloves. A little too sweet for breakfast or a side dish for me, but perfect for dessert. May cut down on the sugar next time.
Was very good...but made it more diet friendly by using splenda..oat flour and skim milk. Topped with some fat free cool whip and was excellent desert...all 4 of my kids loved it!!
I absolutely love this recipe! I've only made a few modifications. I never buy whole milk, so I substituted 1% milk. I took the advice of others, and covered the dish with foil in the oven to lock in the moisture. Other than that, I followed the recipe and loved the results! With a couple scoops of frozen vanilla yogurt this dessert is a wonderful winter staple :)
This recipe is easy to make and tastes delicious. As per other reviewers, I omitted the flour and added vanilla extract. I've also added blueberries and that was great as well.
This came out "soupy" with little flour "skins" floating on top. I salvaged it by cooking it in a large frying pan, adding butter and whisking it while letting the liquid reduce. It still didn't look appetizing, so I poured it back in the baking dish and topped with with an apple crisp topping (oatmeal, flour, brown sugar and butter). After baking it, it was appealing and tasted good. May I suggest an alternative? Put the sliced apples in a frying pan with butter, add cinnamon, sugar, water and cook until apples are tender and liquid is reduced. Apples prepared this way (fried apples) are delicious and my son's favorite. He looks forward to any left-overs being packed in his school lunch.
5 stars for ease and a healthy alternative to dessert--i left out the whipped cream :) i made them in the crockpot. made the house smell delicious.
The milk does not work in this recipe because it curdles. With some modifications we enjoyed this. Use apple cider instead of milk, didn't use cloves or walnuts and replaces raisins with craisins.
This came out pretty terrible for me, but I think it's my fault. I tried to make it vegan by substituting turbinado sugar for white and almond milk for whole milk. The sugar didn't melt and get bubbly. The flavor was not delicious. Total kitchen failure. Hope you all have better luck.
I made this dish for my entire family during our weekly dinner and everyone loved it. I made a few changes. I only used cinnamon and I used 1/4 white sugar and 1/4 brown sugar instead of all white sugar. I also put tabs of butter over the whole dish before baking so that it wouldn't be so dry. I served it with vanilla ice cream and it was GREAT!
I made these with our Christmas dinner. I made them accordingly but ommitted the raisins and walnuts. I added a few bits of butter and brown sugar on top as suggested by another reviewer. The apples turned out well enough but could have standed even a little more sugar. I found they tasted better the longer they sat. Also the recipe does not make 12 servings but more along the lines of 6-8. I'll make again with some modifications.
I made the recipe as stated, and I think if I were to make this again I would make some changes. I would definitely add some type of crumb topping, with butter. The apple mixture was only slightly moist, and really lacked the richness of other baked apple recipes I have done. The seasonings, nuts and raisins were fine. I would definitely cover the pan 20 minutes or so into baking to help retain moisture. I ended up serving it with a small amount of vanilla ice cream, which was good. However, I didn't really care for it alone.
My six year old son and two year old daughter loved this. I used Stevia sugar instead of regular white sugar because it's healthier. I also diced the apples and when they came out of the oven I added them to Quaker Instant Oatmeal for a really delicious and healthy breakfast. Very easy recipe to follow. It also makes your house smell like apple pie.
This was amazing! I made it in the crockpot, per some other reviews, and because my oven was occupied with other food. I put all the ingredients (not raisins or walnuts) and used 1/4 cup apple cider instead of milk. I cooked it on high for about 2.5 hours and it was perfect withe vanilla ice cream.
This was very, very good. I am giving it only 4 stars because the presentation is lacking. I love appetizing looking food and mine kind of like gray mud. But the taste was magnificient. It was comfort food at its best. I used Honeycrisp apples..two big ones..and only a tablespoon or more of sugar. Walnuts and Raisins. This will definitely be a "go to" recipe for us Weight Watchers.
Fabulous! I will now use this for all my apple stuff- I love the combo. Hard to stop eating it!
Great recipe! I made a couple minor modifications by using a pre-mixed "apple pie spice blend" instead of the separate spices and then topping the apple mixture with crushed gingersnap cookies then dotting it with butter before baking. This was a big hit with my friends at the potluck dinner last night!
This was awesome.. i cut down on the sugar like others had suggested..my diabetic cousin even loved this :)
Great tasting, and it made my house smell like Christmas. I wasn't a fan of the walnuts, but they added a necessary crunch.
This is a nice side for breakfast - not spectacular, but easy to make and a change from fruit salad or sliced fruit. I'll make it again some time.
Absolutely loved this recipe! It was a nice, fresh, guilt-free take on apple crisp and was absolutely delicious. It was so easy to throw together, but just make sure that you don't underestimate the bake time. I've made this 2 times now and have found that it takes a lot longer than I expect each time. It was borderline too sweet, but whipped cream helped cut the sweetness down a bit. Next time I think I might cut the sugar in half and drizzle some agave nectar on top before popping into the oven to give it a yummy caramel like taste.
Great easy dessert! I used half brown sugar, dried crans and pecans (because that was what I had on hand) and it was fabulous. Tastes just like a pie or crisp filling - and much easier and healthier! I ate it as-is warm from the oven and hubby/kids had it over vanilla ice cream. Will definitely make it again and change it up to try different things (maybe even over pancakes for breakfast).
i did not even really get to taste this recipe. i might be totally clueless about the whole thing but it appears that you must eat the whole recipe as soon as you bake it because i saved it for the next day and by that time the apples had black (oxidized) splotches on them and the "dressing" type mixture looked bad and was a black mushy goo. I tried to eat a few pieces that were less tarred but I ended up just chucking it. Too bad, this recipe sounded so good.
I used Whey low sugar substitute and no fat organic milk and it still turned out wonderful. Thanks for the recipe.
Pretty good. Make sure you cover as other reviewer said.
I was planning on making whole baked apples for Christmas this year but decided on this recipe because it sounded delicious and easy to make. IT WAS!!! I scaled the recipe to serve 20. I also added a package of craisins after reading the other reviews (good idea) and added a crumb topping made of equal parts flour and white sugar and enough butter to make the dough stick enough to make crumbs (plus a hint of cinnamon). I am planning on making this again soon.
YUM! This is delicious! I would recommend using firm apples... I used red delicious... becuase I had it on hand... maybe green apples would be better. I also added a little extra cinnamon... becuase you cant go round with it! I o=will def make this again!
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We liked this a lot. I used apples and pears because I have a lot of pears this time of year. Next time, I may throw in a few cranberrys also. Very quick and easy to do...thanks for the recipe
This is good. I made it as written and added homemade whipped cream at the end.
I think this recipe is really easy and great! I added dried cranberries to the mix and used it as a topping for waffles! :) Fantabulous! :) My guest, husband and son loved it! :)
I liked this very much! Hubbie missed the dough part, he thought it was like apple pie, without the pie... but it was easy and good to eat.
Great! But, what wouldn't be great about baked apples?
No one was eating the apples and they needed to be used, so where else would I go but to AR to find something to do with them? :-) This was quick and easy and hit the spot. Only change I made was to sub 1/4 cup brown sugar for 1/4 cup of the white, but next time I make this I will just drop the white sugar altogether as it was plenty sweet and drowned the taste of the apples. I think I'll also cut down on the raisins too. I also skipped the walnuts since we don't like them anyhow and used FF milk instead of whole milk and it turned out great.
I left out the raisins because I don't like them but followed everything else to a T. It was delicious, thank you!
I loved this, as did my husband and 2 year old. I didn't use the cloves since I didn't have any, and used chopped almonds in place of the walnuts. Instead of whole milk, I used 1%, and it turned out great. I will definitely make this again. A healthier version of apple crisp!
I made this recently, using Brown Sugar Splenda (reduced sugar by half) and skim milk to reduce the fat and calories. It was absolutely delicious!
I baked mine in a non-stick loaf pan. I sprayed it first with butter non-stick spray before pouring in the apple mixture. I added 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract to the milk and added pads of butter on top of the apple mix and covered it. It baked for about 35 minutes at 350. Topped it with whipped cream. It was delicious ! It saved my apple. Thanks!
This was SO yummy! However, I made a few changes...First, I didn't have any nutmeg, so I just doubled the cinnamon to compensate. Then, I added about 1/2 cup of brown sugar to the mix and about 1/2 a cup of quick oats. Then I sprinkled about 1/4 of brown sugar over the top of the apples before baking. I also substituted cream for the milk (but only because that is what I had on hand). SOOOOOOO good!
This was very good. It is exactly what the title says. I like it because it is a low fat, healthy recipe. I served it plain but I agree that it would be perfect ontop of french toast, pancakes or even ice cream. The changes I made were to use fat free half'n half instead of milk. I used raspberries instead of raisins and I used a combo of white sugar and brown sugar. Very nice recipe for apples!
Next time I would add more cinnamon and some brown sugar.
This has also become a dish I am making weekly. Since I really enjoy the "syrup" that is created by baking the apples, I have substituted apple juice for the milk and brown sugar for the white and have omitted the flour. I add a few extra apples and use dried cranberries instead of the raisins. Walnuts or a little granola add a nice crunch. It makes a delicious, healthy topping on a scoop of frozen yogurt. Thanks for the recipe.
Didnt add raisins, but otherwise made as directed. They were wonderful!
Heavenly!!! Followed VTmom's advice and used crock pot. A keeper!
Great recipe. My family loved it. The only change I made was to dot with butter before baking. Also I would recommend stirring occasionally during baking. Served with ham steak and sweet potatoes. I will be trying leftovers tomorrow morning with french toast. Thanks for the recipe!
I love this recipe! I also add vanilla extract, replace the whole milk with 1% or skim and use brown sugar splenda instead of the regular white sugar. The house smells amazing while this is cooking. I serve it over low fat vanilla ice cream and it tastes like a million bucks!
My family love this recipe and so did I. I didn't add the raisins, nuts, or nutmeg (didn't have any) I add vanilla ex. and it gave it a very nice taste. Next time I will make it the right way. I bet it is so much better. I just didn't think my kids would eat it with all the other stuff. Thank you for the recipe!!
I love this recipe. We actually make it often. My whole family loves it...and it's super easy to make!!!It is really good with pork chops!!!
My twin 2 year olds will gobble this entire dish down in one sitting. We love it!
I made these for Easter Dinner! They were delicious; however, following the recommendation of a few others I left the peel on...I won't do this next time. I also used the recommendation of another to make this dish in the crockpot and sub apple cider vinegar in place of the milk. Love the use of the crock-pot as it freed space for the oven/stove top. This one is a keeper!
Served it with pecan butter ice cream on top. Was a big hit at my dinner party. A nice, light dessert
The flavor was great, they were easy to make and my son loved them.
I actually slimmed this down for one apple, and it wasn't even granny smith. I absolutely loved this. Needed to cook for about 35 minutes, and I covered with foil as others suggested. Added extra cinnamon, extra milk, and this was just so good. Now just to find a healthy crumble ;)
Awesome! I added some cranberries instead of raisins and my family loved it!
Excellent recipe with a few changes. I cut the white sugar to 1/4 cup and added 1/4 cup brown sugar. Plus I increased the cinnamon to 1 tsp and added a dash of vanilla. LOVED IT!!! Oh yeah, I did not peel the apples and used skim milk (as that is what I had on hand)...worked just fine...:)