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Thread: Crock Pot Baked Carmel Apples..YUM

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    DD gave me this recipe..not sure where it originated from:

    In your crockpot......
    add:
    6-7 apples...sliced/chunked like you would for pie.....no need to peel unless you want to (i dont)
    1 box butterscotch pudding....(regular..not instant)
    1/4 cup brown sugar
    Cinnnamon to taste..i probably used 2 tsp. ( i like lot alot of cinnamon)

    (DO NOT ADD LIQUID)

    stir it up & let cook on low till apples are soft/tender..it makes a delicious carmel sauce...
    great over vanilla ice cream....or just the apples!

    enjoy :)

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    that sound phenomenal. Can't wait to try it.

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    Oh yum!

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    question: cooked on low - about how long does it take 3hours - 5 hours?

    Just need to get an idea - guessing that if it cooks too long it would be reallllly mushy.

    Thanks sounds like a wonderful idea for when people are coming over for a long afternoon and this could be dessert cooking while we're doing dinner and games and such.

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    sounds YUMMY1!!!!!

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    Yep. 3-5 would do it, just keep checking. Would also depend on the apples you use

    uote=quiltinghere]question: cooked on low - about how long does it take 3hours - 5 hours?

    Just need to get an idea - guessing that if it cooks too long it would be reallllly mushy.

    Thanks sounds like a wonderful idea for when people are coming over for a long afternoon and this could be dessert cooking while we're doing dinner and games and such.[/quote]

    :-o :) :) :)

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    YUMMMMMM

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    Thanks....I will need to try this one

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    KIMMIEH - Thanks for the info on cooking length

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    This sounds really good. I will try this one.

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    Sounds very good.

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    Sounds delish. I'm gonna try it!

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    Sounds really good! Now I'll have to buy some ice cream!! YUM!
    Thanks for sharing.

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    i think ..ok i did..eat the whole pot myself..! (not all at once) DH was not into it i guess..only likes his apples in Pie! (hes a bit spoiled)

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    Yummy

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    That sounds like it would be good in pie crust for pie.

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    Warm apples on vanilla ice cream...yum yum!

    Quote Originally Posted by KimmieH
    i think ..ok i did..eat the whole pot myself..! (not all at once) DH was not into it i guess..only likes his apples in Pie! (hes a bit spoiled)

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    sounds awesome - can't wait to try it

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    YUMMY!! thanks for sharing

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    sounds delicious!

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