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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 2
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 187.1
  • Total Fat: 5.2 g
  • Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
  • Sodium: 48.5 mg
  • Total Carbs: 39.1 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 6.1 g
  • Protein: 1.1 g

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Apple Pie Without The Crust

Submitted by: HARRINGTON5
Apple Pie Without The Crust

Introduction

I love apple pie, deep dish apple pie, Dutch Apple pie and apple sauce, but none of the store bought items fit in my diet. So, I made a combination of all of them only without the sugar, starch or fat. I love my apples this way and have already shared the receipt with many friends. The picture shows the apple mixture on top of Eggo Waffles and fat free cream cheese, My favorite Sunday Brunch. I love apple pie, deep dish apple pie, Dutch Apple pie and apple sauce, but none of the store bought items fit in my diet. So, I made a combination of all of them only without the sugar, starch or fat. I love my apples this way and have already shared the receipt with many friends. The picture shows the apple mixture on top of Eggo Waffles and fat free cream cheese, My favorite Sunday Brunch.
Number of Servings: 2

Ingredients

    2 cups sliced, chopped or quartered
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1 small box or raisins (1.5 oz)
    1 Tbl Smart Buttery Spread
    1 tsp Splenda
    1 package of mini delights (if desired)

Directions

Core and peel the apples. Cut into pieces and put in a sauce pan with just enough water to cover. Add butter, Cinnamon and raisins. Bring to a boil. Turn to low and let it cook until the liquid has boiled down to thicken. Add Splenda if the mixture is too tart. When served, crumble some of the 100 calorie cookies on top. (if desired) You can also add a spot of Ready Whip for a fancy dessert or just eat it like applesauce as a snack or a side dish.
Makes 2 1- Cup Servings

Number of Servings: 2

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user HARRINGTON5.






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  • 2 of 3 people found this review helpful
    This sounds good, but you haven't given us any measurements. How many apples, how many raisins, etc? - 2/21/09

    Reply from HARRINGTON5 (2/21/09)
    I used 2 cups of cut up apples and 1 small box 1.5 oz of raisins. I'm not sure why that didn't show on the recipe. If you click on Ingredients Details, it shows all the measurements. I can't change anything, so maybe I didn't enter it right. Thanks for the information.


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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    What is a Mini delight? - 7/7/09

    Reply from HARRINGTON5 (7/10/09)
    Mini Delights are small bite size crispy multi grain cakes made by Quaker. It is 90 calories for the whole pack. I just use 1or 2. They are drizzled with chocolate or carmel and great as a snack by themselves.


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  • Incredible!
    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    This turned out fantastic! I sliced the apples very thinly just as I would for pie and it didn't need crust! I think I'll investigate a natural thickener that won't add too many calories. I like it saucey! =) Awesome dessert! - 2/8/09

    Reply from HARRINGTON5 (1/23/10)
    I'm so glad you enjoyed this. If you find something to make it thicker, I would be interested. This is very tasty, but yes, the sauce is thin.


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  • Incredible!
    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    Really good and so easy to make!!! - 1/29/09

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  • Making my own apple sauce would be easy with this recipe....Soooo easy...I will try this recipe very soon :) - 1/23/10

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  • Is "Smart Buttery Spread" a brand name? - 1/13/10

    Reply from HARRINGTON5 (1/13/10)
    Yes, but you can use any heart healthy butter; there are several different brand names in the store.


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  • I may have used too much water because I wasn't exactly sure of how much to use. Could you possibly give a measuring estimate, because it would really help. Other than that, it was still very tasty!! - 9/28/09

    Reply from HARRINGTON5 (9/28/09)
    It really depends how haow many apples you have in the pan. I just put in enough to barely cover them. If it looks like too much while you are simmering, just pour some off. You want it to be so low it will thicken a little as it cooks. It also gets thicker after it cools and I even eat it cold.


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  • YUMMY! Very Good! Thanks. - 9/27/09

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  • I made this and it was so simple! Everyone in my family enjoyed it and thats saying something. =) - 9/18/09

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  • sounds nice :) - 7/17/09

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  • very good and easy - 6/13/09

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