Randy’s Recipes: Apple-Paleeza Oatmeal


Apple-Paleeza (Photos) (Randyjw; December 5, 2016)


Clockwise from Bottom: Baked Apples in Red Wine; Sliced Apples; Mini Apple-Filled Pie


Apples and Oatmeal; Baked Apples and Pears


Randy’s Recipes: Apple-Paleeza Oatmeal


Randy’s Recipes: Apple-Paleeza Oatmeal (Randyjw; December 5, 2016)



2 apples, cored

Manischewitz Concord Grape Wine (or your choice; other liquors work, also)

1 can Bartlett Pears in Syrup, diced, removed from syrup


Several packets Quaker Instant Oatmeal, Apples and Cinnamon flavor (rolled oats, puffed-corn style additions, granola, etc. also work)

Other add-ins (optional): fresh or dried fruits, like: raisins, cranberries, blueberries, apricots, peaches, jams, etc.; whipped cream topping, meringue topping; more dessert-style spices, such as cinnamon, cloves, allspice, nutmeg, etc. Use your imagination!



Place cored apples in an oven-proof baking dish and pour wine over top, allowing to fill dish about one-inch deep. Bake in oven at 350°F for about 55 minutes. Remove from oven, let cool, then slice apples into bite-sized pieces. Boil water for oatmeal and prepare according to package directions, then let cool. Dice pears and sprinkle with cardamom. Combine all three preparations. Place in container in refrigerator for several days to let flavors develop and meld. Enjoy.

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6 responses to “Randy’s Recipes: Apple-Paleeza Oatmeal

  1. Thanks. I like Manischewitz for drinking, because its sweetness appeals to me; I’m not much for dry wines. I’ve seen your recommendations at Odedi’s site, though — it looks like you have alot of knowledge on the other Kosher wines. If you haven’t considered it previously, it might make a nice section in your book.

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    • I always discover the most endlessly fascinating things from you. Wow! Homemade wine! Okay, now I’m totally curious about the Georgian ones. I think I saw a Rick Steves travel show on tv, or maybe it was Joseph Rossendo, talking about the homemade liquor from a family he came upon while travelling, I think it was in Georgia. It’s interesting.

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  2. Thanks! It really needs the extra time in the fridge to “develop”, though… otherwise it’s rather bland, and I’d suggest adding more spices and “extras” to boost the appeal. Happy holidays to you and your husband, coming up, if we don’t get the oportunity to exchange greetings prior!


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