Apples in Syrup

Here’s a tasty treat that I hacked up.


1 Granny Smith Apple
1 Tbs. Butter
1/4 C. Brown Sugar
1 Tsp. Cinnamon
1/4 C. Apple Juice


1. Peel the Apple, cut it in half, and then quarter it. Now core the apple with your knife. Next cut it into eighths, and cut each of the resulting Apple crescents in half so that you have sixteen Apple chunks.

2. Heat your skillet over Medium-High heat and melt the butter.

3. Put the Apple in the skillet and coat in the melted butter. Cook for approximately five minutes, tossing every couple of minutes.

4. Sprinkle the Brown Sugar and Cinnamon on the Apple and toss the Apple around. Cook until juice is drawn out of the apple and a thick syrup starts forming on the bottom of the skillet.

5. Once the Apple is just barely fork tender, pour the Apple Juice into the pan and deglaze the bottom of the pan with your spatula. Cook until the liquid thickens into a gooey syrup.

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