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Old 09-24-2010, 03:49 PM   #1  
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I have a bag of them. What is something quick, easy and cheap I can do with them in bulk?


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Applesauce or baked apples...

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apple crisp with whole wheat flour and oatmeal.
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Yeah, they make a GREAT crisp. Nice and tart.
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This is not really in bulk unless you are going to a bbq or tailgating, but I have sliced apples, sprinkled them with cinnamon, then grilled and drizzled with honey. It is a great low cal treat!
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We had a ton of apples from our tree this year. I chopped them up, added Slenda and cinnamon and microwaved just until soft. Then I froze them in individual containers. Delish topped with vanilla yogurt.
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Just wondering......What did you do and how did it turn out?
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I haven't done anything yet but tomorrow my plan is to slice em and bake em in the oven with some brown sugar and cinnamon And possibly top with some frozen yogurt or fat free cool whip
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I like using sugar free maple syrup for baking apples, sprinkled with a little cinnamon, a bit of chopped walnuts and a few raisins or craisins...
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Or peel, chop, put in your crockpot, and make/freeze apple butter. MMM, apple butter.
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Or peel, chop, put in your crockpot, and make/freeze apple butter. MMM, apple butter.

Interesting, Amanda. Do I need to add anything else?
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ooo apple butter. i second apple butter. i'll never replicate grandma's apple butter. she says she didnt put any sugar in it. i bet it would be great with allspice.
i love apples,allspice,vanilla in oatmeal. great muffins too if oatmeal isnt your thing.
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I love apple season. I make unsweetened applesauce and freeze it. It is way better than anything in the store. Apple crisp sounds good. I wonder if there is a way to make it with apple juice or agave or something instead of brown sugar. Hmmmm....
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