BAKED APPLES – WINTER CHILDHOOD DESSERT

This dessert is ideal to serve instead of a cake at a festive dinner. If you select the best, and season them well with a good blackcurrant jam, baked apples are delicious, especially when served with vanilla ice-cream. It’s a good option for Lent; it also helps you combat constipation during pregnancy or simply to reduce the amount of calories on the menu!

AuthorNata AlbotCategoryDifficultyBeginner

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time10 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time30 mins

 8 apples
 3 tbsp blackcurrant jam
 2 tbsp powdered sugar
 1 tbsp cooking oil

1

First, wash and dry the apples.

2

The best apples for baking are medium-sized tart apples like Idared, Semerenko, Jonathan, etc.

3

Using a sharp knife, cut the stalk, remove the core and cut an upside-down, cone-shaped hole into the apple, but not all the way down.

4

Arrange the apples on a baking tray with the hole facing up, brush with oil and fill with blackcurrant jam.

5

Bake in a preheated oven, at a medium temperature until the apples are soft and cracks have formed.

6

Take the apples out of the oven and arrange on a platter. Allow to cool and dust with powdered sugar.

Ingredients

 8 apples
 3 tbsp blackcurrant jam
 2 tbsp powdered sugar
 1 tbsp cooking oil

Directions

1

First, wash and dry the apples.

2

The best apples for baking are medium-sized tart apples like Idared, Semerenko, Jonathan, etc.

3

Using a sharp knife, cut the stalk, remove the core and cut an upside-down, cone-shaped hole into the apple, but not all the way down.

4

Arrange the apples on a baking tray with the hole facing up, brush with oil and fill with blackcurrant jam.

5

Bake in a preheated oven, at a medium temperature until the apples are soft and cracks have formed.

6

Take the apples out of the oven and arrange on a platter. Allow to cool and dust with powdered sugar.

BAKED APPLES

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