Baked Apple Wedges.
First of all, this is vintage Martha. It hails from the early 90's. Perhaps that's why it was just so-so. The gist of the recipe is that you grind up some oats, brown sugar, spices, and almonds. Then you dip peeled and cored apple wedges into an egg wash, roll them in the oat mixture and bake for 30 minutes. Strangely, Martha has you scatter brown sugar on your baking sheet to prepare it for the apples. This part seemed weird to me so I nixed it. Instead I put parchment paper on my baking sheet.
As for the final product, they were OK. My sons liked them but not in a gluttonous way. I expected more crunch from the coating. Perhaps if I'd sprayed them with cooking spray? My apples got really tender and creamy though. Martha has you use Macintosh apples which I've always hated because they are so soft and mealy. But that was to their advantage as they needed little cooking time to get tender. I served them with a scoop of Dulce de Leche Frozen Yogurt and, really, the yogurt was the star in this dessert.
So, all in all, an interesting recipe but not one I'd make again. Sorry guys.