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Makes 8 servings

Try this easy spiced apples recipe for brunch, as a side dish, or served warm over vanilla ice cream for an indulgent after-dinner treat.

How to Make It

Melt butter in a large skillet over medium-high heat; add apples and remaining ingredients. Sauté 15 to 20 minutes or until apples are tender.

Ratings & Reviews

Nenato9's Review

chefgustav
November 14, 2010
we cooked this tonite. we have lots of apples and wanted something quick and easy. this was both and it was amazing. my grand kids loved it and wanted more!!

chefgustav's Review

Franticfran23
January 14, 2010
This dish was awesome. I ended up using a blend of granny smith, reds, and graples. I also used brown sugar. To make is more delicious and unhealthy i took the final product and covered it with a cinnimon struesel, then baked it for 10 minutes.

Franticfran23's Review

Nenato9
September 07, 2009
I omitted the nutmeg since I didn't have any on hand. Since I'm trying to cut calories, I used half splenda & 1/2 sugar. The recipe was easy to make and tasted as good as well-known restaurant dishes. I served it over french toast for a hearty brunch. I will definitely make this again.