Hello, The 36th Avenue readers! It’s Aniko from Place Of My Taste back here with an excellent and easy recipe today. I am feeling fall in the air and this time of the year my oven is turned on more than in the summer time usually. We are huge apple fans. We love, love to pick apples each year to a nearby apple orchard. It’s such a great activity with the kiddos. Today I am going to share a super easy Baked Apple Recipe with you guys. It’s not only easy, but a fantastic side dish with meats or it could even serve as a great dessert ( or at least for me).
For this recipe, I used medium size yummy Fuji apples.
I used my apple core cutter to cut out the middle of the apples. Then I cut a little piece of the core and tug it back into the hole at the bottom of the apple.
- 4 medium Fuji Apples
- ½ cup raisins
- ½ cup brown sugar
- Preheat oven for 400F.
- Wash the apples.
- Cut out the apple's core with a core cutter or with a knife if you don't have a core cutter handy.
- Mix raisins and brown sugar then fill up the holes with your sugar and raisin mix.
- Bake until the apples are beautifully golden brown and tender, for about 25-30 minutes.
- Enjoy these delicious apples with meat or serve them simply as desserts.
Oh, these apples are not only delicious but gorgeous too. Don’t you think?
I like to drizzle some crushed pecan on my just because I love pecan so much. It’s optional.
If you serve this apple as a dessert, you can totally serve it with a scoop of ice cream as well.:-)
My other favorite apple recipe is this lovely Apple pie with caramel sauce. It’s SOO good.
If you liked this recipe, you might like this phenomenal
If you need some inspiration for fall decorating check out how I dressed my front porch for fall
As always, it is a pleasure to be here! Hope you all are having a fantastic fall season already!
I will be back next month with something good for the holidays!
We love Aniko!
Make sure to visit her delicious blog HERE
You can also find Place Of My Taste on…