September 19, 2016
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North American, Budget-Friendly, Easy/Beginner Cooking, Kid Pleaser, Make-Ahead, Entertaining, Potluck, Summer, Refrigerator, Slow Cooker, No Eggs, Vegetarian, Spices, Sugar, Kosher Dairy more
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"Although I use my slow-cooker often, I just recently bought some Reynolds slow-cooker liners for the 1st time & this yummy sounding recipe was part of the folded paper insert. While I did not include it as part of this recipe, it goes w/o saying that the use of the Reynolds liners was a primary part of the original recipe. Enjoy!"
Place apples in the slow-cooker & drizzle w/lemon juice.
Mix the next 5 ingredients (granulated sugar thru nutmeg) in a med bowl. Sprinkle mixture over the apples & stir gently to coat them w/the mixture.
Drizzle the coated apples w/the melted butter.
Cook on LOW for 3 hrs or HIGH for 2 hrs (until apples are done).
Allow mixture to cool, transfer to a container w/a lid & store in your fridge until ready for use.
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What a tasty treat! I only had 2 apples and love toppings like this, so I didn't cut down the topping. That was really a mistake as I think it was a bit too much. Next time I'll follow the recipe proportions. My apples were about to go bad, but that didn't impact them in this recipe at all. A big plus. I did add some steal coat oats into the topping...personal preference. Would probably go with rolled oats next time. I ate half warm from the oven and the other half cold the next day. Both ways yummy!