Taste of Home
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Here's what you'll need:
Tart Apples, Lemon Juice, Brown Sugar, White Sugar, Flour, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, & Butter
Wash apples. These are "Cripps Pink" and "Granny Smith." I chose 2 different types because of concern about how they might break down after cooking.
Core and then cut each apple into 8 slices. Pour lemon juice over slices then stir gently to coat each slice (this prevents the apples from turning brown).
Transfer apple slices to slow cooker.
Add flour, sugars, cinnamon, and nutmeg to medium bowl and whisk together.
Pour the flour mixture over the apple slices.
Pour melted butter over apples and stir gently to thoroughly coat apples.
Cook apples in slow cooker set on low for approximately 3 to 4 hours until softened to your liking. Depending on the apples you choose, this time can vary greatly.
Of course, you may want a scoop (or two) of this topped with your cooked apples.
So very yummy! Lots of juice with the softened apples.
Serve over ice cream, pancakes, waffles, or oatmeal. Tastes great with just a spoon too!
I'm glad I used 2 different types of apples...one broke down into the juice and the other was firmer; a great combination.
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