Monday, October 5, 2020

Baked Apples ♥


Good Morning Friends! Happy Monday! 

What do you do on a cold October morning?

First: make coffee

Second: make baked apples! 

I love waking up when it's still dark out and putting something yummy in the oven to warm the room and fill the kitchen with all the smells of the season.  I saw this recipe on Sally's Baking Addiction and could not stop thinking about it.  Especially since I just went apple picking and have a fridge full of apples! : ) 

I thought it would be a nice treat to have for breakfast.  Why not?! 

It couldn't have been easier to do and so worth it!  

You will need:

4 large apples
3 tbsp softened butter
1/4  cup brown sugar
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/8 tsp nutmeg
1/4 cup old-fashioned whole oats
Optional: 2 tbsp raisons, dried cranberries, or chopped nuts
3/4 cup warm water

Preheat oven to 375.

Using a fork, mash the butter with the dry ingredients.  Set aside. 

Wash and core your apples.  I used an apple corer to pull out the middle, and then with a knife I made the opening a little bigger and scooped out some of the inside of the apple with a spoon.  Just remember not to go through the bottom or your filling will seep out : ) 

Place your apples in a pie plate or baking dish and fill them.  Pour the hot water into the baking dish.  This prevents them from sticking or burning.  

Bake for 40-45 minutes, depending on how soft you want them.  I baked my for 40 minutes and they were perfect.  Soft but not mushy  

It's like having your own individual apple crisp and you can eat the bowl!  


Serve with whip cream or ice cream and enjoy! 

Have a cozy day, friends! xo 

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