Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Ten Amazing from Scratch Fall-Flavors Apple Recipes to Make in the Slow Cooker

Got Apples?  Use the slow cooker to turn them into something delicious!

Fall means apples, and apples plus your slow cooker can have so many delicious outcomes!  Here are ten amazing apple recipes with fall flavors to make in the slow cooker.  This collection has everything from Apple Pie Oatmeal to classics like Baked Apples and Slow Cooker Apple Pear Sauce.  (And I have to confess, the Caramel Apples probably can't be considered "from scratch" since they start with caramels you buy in a bag, but I couldn't resist including them since they're so fun this time of year.)  Just click the title under each photo to see the recipe on the original blog; enjoy!

CrockPot Make-Ahead Apple Pie Oatmeal from Kalyn's Kitchen

CrockPot Apple Butter from Betty Cupcakes

Slow Cooker Apple Crisp
from 365 Days of Slow Cooking

from The Yummy Life

from 365 Days of Slow Cooking

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  1. I've been making applesauce, thanks for giving me some other options!

  2. Pam, glad you like it. And lucky you if you have a surplus of apples!

  3. Thanks for including my baked apples recipe. I'm making that this weekend for Canadian Thanksgiving!

  4. Lydia I love baked apples, must try that. (So many recipes, such little will power!)


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