A quick and easy fruit-based dessert of baked apples, pineapple and grapes dotted with butter and cinnamon. No need to add any sugar! You can use fresh orange segments instead of pineapple, if you prefer.
This was a very good dish. Simple, but pretty tasty for what it is. I made it exactly as written. I wasn't sure that the recipe really meant for the apples to be unpeeled (keep the peel on) instead of peeled (take the peel off), so I asked The Woman I Love, and we agreed that the apples should be peeled, so that's what I did. I used Golden Delicious apples, and they worked, but perhaps Granny Smith or another more baking-appropriate apple would be better. Also, I opted for red seedless grapes, to add some color to the dish. We ate the whole thing in one night - it made two not-very-big bowlfuls for each of us. I'll give it a 4-star rating, but The Woman I Love said she'd give it 5 stars, and she asked me to make this for her once a month. Thanks for a great recipe! - 13 Oct 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Tried this recipe and I have sort of a mixed review. Smelled good, tasted good, and was still good the next day. I served it over homeade ice cream. I was even asked for the recipe but it still needed something. But it smelled good and was a pretty good taste so I will give it 4 stars. - 03 May 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Quick and easy is right... and I keep all of this fruit on hand, so when my husband invited some friends at work home to dinner on short notice, this was a real lifesaver. It capped off a dinner that I'd put together in 1 hr. flat...took this out of the oven and let it cool for just a few minutes and served with vanilla ice cream or raspberry sorbet... was a big hit - 16 Jun 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)