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What can I make with red delicious apples?

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I have 8 red delicious apples that no one has eaten and now need to be used up. What can I make with red delicious apples?

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Cut them into bite-sized cubes. Add coarsely chopped pecans or walnuts and a bit of mayonnaise, then mix. (Not too much mayo-- you only need enough to coat the apple pieces so they don't turn brown.) You can also add one or more of the following in amounts to suit your taste: mini marshmallows, halved seedless grapes, chopped celery, pineapple tidbits, etc.

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apple pie or apple cobbler.

 

Even easier, just dump some sugar and cinnamon on them and bake. (Not quite as yummy as cobbler, but easier.)

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Well, I use the same apples for all of these recipes....I know that certain apples are supposed to be better for cooking but I just buy whatever apple is on sale.

 

Apple Cake

Apple Wal-Nut muffins

Applesauce

Apple Pie

 

Applesauce is by far the easiest....just core them and throw them in a pot with about an inch of water....simmer until mushy....cool, drain and put in the blender. Add sugar and cinnamon if desired.:)

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apple pie or apple cobbler.

 

Even easier, just dump some sugar and cinnamon on them and bake. (Not quite as yummy as cobbler, but easier.)

 

 

:iagree: Oh, I forgot about baked apples! Yummy!

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I'd vote for some warm applesauce. My family loves it fresh off the stove, and we have found red delicious to make the best applesauce.

 

I like to peel, core, and slice them. Then put them either in a saucepan or the crock pot with about 1/2 c. of unsweetened apple juice. Cook until tender and then mash or blend with some cinnamon. No need for sugar.

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OOOOO apple pie sounds HEAVENLY right now. With vanilla ice cream melted on top. OH, I'm hungry now!!!:drool:

 

You had me with the addition of vanilla ice cream.

 

I'm going to do a crisp with the ice cream. I was just worried about it coming out too mushy and yucky from being the "wrong" kind of apples.

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I have 8 red delicious apples that no one has eaten and now need to be used up. What can I make with red delicious apples?

 

Slice thin and cook with nutmeg in a little butter. No sugar needed. Cinnamon is nice, too.

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Apple Pie?!

 

I'd recommend not. They'd turn to mush in a pie--just not at all firm enough for that.

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