Monday, October 24, 2011

Recipe Baked Apples

Baked Apples Recipie

It's Fall Harvest time and in Michigan there is an over  abundance of apples! I'm not sure what the growers say about that but I know this time of year people are always giving us apples. There are  lots of things to do with apples. Some of my favorite recipe's using apples are apple sauce, apple crisp, apple pie, and  apples and Carmel dip. I also love to break off apple branches to throw in my grill while cooking steak.  I have just discovered a page for Michigan Apples where you can get recipes. They also have a usage chart where you can look up what type of apple to use for each recipe. For school snack I often send apples with the kids. They are very inexpensive and they love them. That is not to mention all the Health benefits of Apples. After overhearing someone talk about baked apples I realized I have never made them or eaten one. This recipe can very easily be used for as few or as many apples as you like.

Baked Apples
Apple Core Remover (Jim bought me this today as I have never had one)
Apples (remove core)
Brown Sugar 1 Tbsp per Apple
Butter 1 Tbsp per Apple
Apple corer
Heat oven to 350 while preparing the recipe. Mix the butter with brown sugar and stir. After removing the cores stuff each apple with 2 Tbsp of the mixture. Sprinkle with cinnamon and bake for 20 minutes or until tender.
Fall Table Decor


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