Daisy Mae’s Fried Apples

  • Prep Time: 0 mins
  • Total Time: 0 mins
  • Servings: 6
  • About This Recipe

    “each fall, I use these with pork chops, pork roast – whatever.They are wonderful, and so easy to make, from my Grandma Daisy’s kitchen.”

    Ingredients

  • 6mediumapples, peeled and sliced thinly, as for a pie
  • 2tablespoonslemon juice
  • 1/4 cupsugar
  • 2teaspoonscinnamon
  • 1/4 cupbutter
  • Directions

  • Melt butter in large skillet over medium heat.Add apples.
  • Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.
  • (If you’re using sweet apples, like Delicious, Fuji or Gala, add the lemon juice.For tart apples, like Jonathans, omit it.)Stir until apples are blended with sugar/cinnamon.
  • Cover and cook for approx 15-20 minutes, frequently stirring gently.
  • Serve them warm, right on the pork chop or pork roast.They also double for a dessert dish served over vanilla ice cream.
  • Reviews

  • “I had them with vanilla yogurt and they were great. I also served them with a pork roast Thanks Bergy”

  • “We really liked these.I used brown sugar since it didn’t specify and brown sugar just sounded better.We put Cool Whip on top (upside down from the apples on ice cream others were trying but it worked really well for non-ice cream eaters!).We had a pork stew for dinner and this apple recipe was a nice way to polish off the meal.”

  • “Great little side dish ! We really enjoyed these apples and will be making them often !!! I can’t wait to try them with pork chops !”

  • “I made these one night for a simple dessert they were so good I like them so much better than cracker barrels”

  • “These are so good – not too sweet.Easy to make – I served them with brunch and they were a big hit.”

  • “This recipe is very easy.I had the apples for dinner with pork chops and broccoli.My son, who is very choicy, had two helpings, and commented on how good these apples were.thank you much. “

  • “I had over half of a bag of mealy apples (Empire variety) that I wanted to get rid of and this fixed them to be not only edible, but extremely delicious.My 2 year old couldn’t get enough.”

  • “Wonderful and so easy.We had DGSs visiting for the weekend and made recipe#28501 topped it with vanilla ice cream and then these apples, and to just throw it over the top recipe#37023Needless to say, they now swear that Nanna & Ol’Pa are even better cooks than IHOP.”

  • “Absolutely fabulous, and oh, so easy! I have made this dish a couple of times and may do it again tonight. You can use them as a side dish with just about anything and can also use leftovers from the night before for a quick any yummy breakfast!”

  • “With a scoop of vanilla ice cream this is one of my new favorites!DH thought it was awesome too!”

  • “Wonderful recipe. This was so easy to make!!!!! I used my Pampered Chef’s Apple Pealer corer and turned out wonderful. The apple slices were small and uniform in size, I found this was wonderful over Vanilla Ice Cream. Also I took the cores of the apples and the skins and put them in a small pan of water and cinnamon and boiled. The whole house smelled amazing. It lasted for hours. The apples however did not make it past 30 mins. Thanks for posting”

  • “yummy! i fixed some and put over a biscuit!! what a way ta say ” good morning””

  • “Thank you Cheryl for sharing, this was exactly what I’ve been craving.Cinnamon apples are one of my favorite things to eat.Mine cooked in just under 10mins.I used Smart Balance with Flaxseed Oil Spread for the butter, followed the rest of the recipe as stated.I’ll be making again for sure.”

  • “They were good but a little too buttery. The butter taste was fairly over powering.”

  • “So easy to make and taste so wonderful.Hubby ate them plain and I added to vanilla icecream.I think I’ll be making ice cream sundae’s with this, some nuts, caramel sauce and whipped cream.Mmmmmm!”

  • “My daughter & I just made these. The are FANTASTIC!! We just ate the apples by themselves. YUMMY!! We will definately make again. Thanks for sharing :)”

  • “This is easy and tastes great!A definite make again!Thanks for sharing!”

  • “we have tons of frozen apples to eat up.i used part of them to make this for my 7 year old on her waffles (she does not like syrup).She ADORED them and i now know how i will be cooking the rest of the frozen ones!!!!thanks for sharing!”

  • “I’ve made/eaten these countless times growing up.We’d go in our back yard, pick a few apples, and fry them up while waiting for the biscuits to bake.Simple and impressive!I make these for friends – and it is never recieved with anything less than utter adoration.”

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