This was made using 2 medium apples, 1 gala and 1 granny smith. The peel was left on the apples. The Splenda was reduced by about half and the cinnamon and nutmeg was sprinkled over all.
I am so glad I ran across this recipe. I do not eat ice cream or pork (personal choices), but these are fabulous with oatmeal or on top of whole wheat pancakes. The only thing I changed is I added a smidgeon of grated ginger (you have to try). I have also substituted pears and they turn out just as good as the apples. Thanks for the recipe.
What a wonderful tasting recipe this is Barb------Thanks for posting and i'll add this to my favorites.
Excellent Apples!! The whole family loved them. Will definitely make again.
Very nice recipe. I invited a woman who is diabetic for dinner, and this recipe was just perfect. Not too sweet, not too heavy, not too gooey. I used Granny Smith apples. I peeled them, but next time I may save the time and not bother. I forgot to buy ice cream or Cool Whip, but the apples were fine without any enhancements. A very nice recipe to use after a heavy meal.
Oh my.....the apples were so delicious and tender and I always add nutmeg even when making an apple pie. I saved the recipe. Thanks Barb! Definitely a keeper.
I made half recipe with 2 golden delicious apples. I served half for breakfast, topping Torgo Pancakes for One. I really enjoyed these tasty apples. I'm saving the other half for dinner today. Thanks for posting Barb. Made for When It's Hot Tag Game.