Slow Cooker Baked Apples – Slow Cooking Perfected

Slow cooker baked apple recipe

These slow-cooked baked apples make a great fruity dessert. They are perfect if you are looking for something easy and tasty.

The filling mix for this recipe consists of a delicious mixture of cinnamon, nutmeg, raisins, oats, nuts, butter and brown sugar. This combination leaves you with a center full of flavor that combines perfectly with the tender apple.

This recipe will make six delicious baked apples, which should be enough to feed six people. I highly recommend that you serve the apples with a side dish like ice cream. You can easily duplicate the recipe if necessary.

Leftovers are worth keeping as they are a fantastic breakfast, both hot and cold. If you’re reheating apples, be sure to heat them in a microwave or hot oven.


any apple recipe,

you can use any type of apple, but results may vary. For best results, I recommend using an apple for stewing or baking. You can usually find them in any good supermarket. There are quite a few varieties, but I highly recommend using something like Jonagold, Granny Smith, or something similar.

If you prefer your desserts to be less sugary, you can leave the sugar out of the filling. Apples and raisins should be able to provide enough sweetness to keep these baked apples enjoyable.

Nuts can be easily exchanged for nuts instead. If you have a nut allergy, you can leave the nuts out altogether. Crushed cornflakes are a decent replacement.

Explosive apples

are quite common when you go to bake apples and it’s no different when you cook them in the slow cooker. There are some things you can do to help reduce the chance of the apple crumbling, such as pricking the skin or peeling a small strip of skin.

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What to serve with



Below are some ideas on what you can serve with these delicious apples


As you can imagine, baked apples go perfectly with some vanilla ice cream. I like to use vanilla ice cream as it is unlikely to conflict with apple flavors. That said, don’t be afraid to use your favorite ice cream.

A good thick cream will work very well poured over the top of these apples. You can make the custard at home, or you can pick up some at the local supermarket. Either option will work perfectly with this dessert.

The easiest accompaniment is to simply serve the apples with a splash of cream. The cream will add extra texture and a little flavor. It also helps cut off some of the sweetness of apples.

Finally, you can serve these apples alone. Either way, you’ll end up with a great-tasting dessert that the whole family will enjoy.

If you want to see how to make these apples baked in the slow cooker, be sure to watch the video below. The video will take you through everything you need to know about this amazing slow cook dessert.

There are

a surprising number of apple dishes that you can cook in the slow cooker. Thanks to the way the apple cooks, they seem to work well in a slow cooker.

The apple crumble features a delicious crunchy topping combined with some delicious slow-cooked apples. It’s an amazing combination that will set you back for seconds.

Another apple dessert that I think you will enjoy is the apple shoemaker. Essentially it’s delicious slow-cooked apples topped with an amazing fluffy cake. I love it, and highly recommend it.

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These sweet and delicious apples baked in slow cooker are pretty easy to make, but if you have any problems, please let me know. If you have any tips, tricks, comments or anything else, feel free to leave a comment just below.

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