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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Crockpot Baked Caramel Cinnamon Apples

I love baked apples.  The other day I decided that I wanted a baked caramel apple and set about creating a recipe for just that!

I took the apples I had, cored them and placed them in my crockpot.   I was able to get seven apples in my crockpot, but if you have smaller apples you could get more.

I then placed 5 cinnamon chips(you can find them in the baking section with the chocolate chips) and 3 unwrapped caramels into the cored out apples.  I also placed 4 Tb of apple cider along the bottom of the crock pot to help with the apples not drying out.

Then simply set the crock on low.  I let mine cook for 7 hours on low and served them hot for dessert after supper.  My crew loved them.  They did think that next time some ice cream on them might be even better!

All ready to start cooking!

Yum yum yum

The baked caramel cinnamon goodness

Make sure to drizzle some of the sauce out of the bottom on the apples before serving!

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27 comments:

  1. These look delicious and so easy to make. Thanks for the suggestion.

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  2. Yummy! You think it would work if I peeled the apples? I really don't like apple peel.

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    1. I would think you could without the peel, but it might become mushy and fall apart more. Maybe just eat the goodie out of the peel instead.

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  3. That looks amazing! Yes ice cream in the center...my mouth is watering!!!

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  4. Do you think a crumble topping would work and then you could have individual apple crumbles?

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  5. What a cool idea! Thank you for sharing!

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  6. I never thought about doing it in a crock pot. Great idea!
    nancy

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  7. Nancy Hilderbrand I bought some apples today and we are going to have caramel apples this weekend.

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  8. oh these look amazing! thank you for sharing will have to try!!!

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  9. That looks delish! We do them in the oven as it is quicker...but not with caramel. Now I know what I'm doing tonight! Lol

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  10. OMG That looks so yummy! I have never thought to put the carmel INSIDE the apple before!

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  11. this looks good. i always try to find different things i can cook in my crockpot!

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  12. YUM those look so good! I LOVE LOVE LOVE my crockpot I make at least one meal a week in it, some weeks even more.

    linzaleetus at gmail dot com

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  13. Those look soooo good! I love fall and the yummy food we get to make!

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  14. These look so delicious! I don't usually care too much for apples but I do love them with peanut butter, I think I'll feel the same way having them with caramels!

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  15. This looks so yummy, Thanks for sharing

    Kristie Betts

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  16. These do look wonderful. I will be trying them when I get more apples, I just sliced the last I had & put them in the dehydrator. Cute you said 'unwrapped caramel', lol.
    One of the earlier comments wondered about a crumble topping-wow, that would be good, too.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Nadine

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  17. Oh wow these looks so easy to do and very yummy! thanks for the idea I have to try this!

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  18. These do sound wonderful. I love caramel apples

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  19. That looks delicious! and easy :)

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  20. What a fabulous idea!!! I love caramel apples. What a fun twist and something really easy!

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  21. Oh that looks delicious! I've been looking for a recipe like this, Love caramel and apples, both together is even greater:)

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  22. Yum! I tried to find cinnamon chips just the other day to make oatmeal cookies with them, but I couldn't find them any more. :( This is a recipe worth saving, though, even if I can't find the chips again!

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  23. what a great recipe and yes i'm trying it...what about a dutch oven instead of crockpot since i don't own one?

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  24. These look absolutely delicious! Seems easy enough to make! I might make these for desert for next week! THANKS!

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