Cinnamon Baked Apples

Cinnamon Baked Apples

4 Reviews
From the EatingWell Kitchen

Who can resist the aroma of baked apples wafting through the house? Top with nonfat vanilla frozen yogurt for a real treat.

Ingredients 4 servings

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  • 4 apples
  • 4 tablespoons brown sugar
  • ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 cup white wine

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  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. Create a small well in the center of apples by cutting out the stem and core and leaving the bottom intact. Transfer the apples to an 8-by-8-inch glass baking dish. Fill each well with 1 tablespoon brown sugar. Sprinkle cinnamon over apples. Pour wine around the apples, cover with foil and bake until soft, about 1 hour. Let cool before serving.

Nutrition information

  • Per serving: 187 calories; 0 g fat(0 g sat); 5 g fiber; 38 g carbohydrates; 1 g protein; 1 mcg folate; 0 mg cholesterol; 28 g sugars; 100 IU vitamin A; 5 mg vitamin C; 29 mg calcium; 1 mg iron; 4 mg sodium; 305 mg potassium
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  • Exchanges: 1 fruit, 1 other carbohydrate

Reviews 4

January 10, 2012
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By: nfash
There are better apple recipes out there The flavor of this treat was mediocre and it was a pain to scrape the apple out of the skin (which was too tough to chew easily). My husband did not like this recipe at all and stopped eating after the first bite. I recommend trying other desserts. Pros: Easy Cons: Very little apple and taste
December 06, 2011
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By: EatingWell User
If i peel the apples will i get better results? Thanks!
September 30, 2010
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By: EatingWell User
In response to anonymous...I just read in Cooking Light Magazine that Granny Smiths are not good for this technique. I have had great luck with Rome apples but that article also recommended Honey Crisps.
June 18, 2010
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By: EatingWell User
I used Granny Smith apples and cooked them in a toaster oven. I checked after 45 minutes and found that the skins had split. We had something more aking to applesauce than baked apples. What might I have done wrong? If the problem was the toaster oven, maybe there should be a warning. I'm sure that there are many people who do not like to heat up their kitchens using an oven this time of year. (The taste was delicious.)