This has to be one of the easiest desserts to make. Unless you don’t have an apple corer. We don’t have one of those so there is a bit of wrestling with the apples at the beginning. With a sharp knife. The degree of difficulty is increased by two dog noses trying to jockey for the best position to catch falling bits of apple. 🙂
The rest is easy peasy. Start with the apples.
Pre-heat the oven. Now depending on how much time you have determines the temp. If you have about an hour or so 350 F will do. I left this late so I went with 400 F so it would be done in a 1/2 hour. It was a school night.
Next I layer raisins, brown sugar, and butter in the hole of the apples. Bake until the apples are soft and the sugar is melted with the butter. Also, bake uncovered.
Serve immediately. As I said this is a very easy recipe to make. But the flavours are decadent. You can’t go wrong with brown sugar and butter!
Baked apples are such an easy and tasty fall treat! I like to add a few oats to my stuffing for an extra bit of texture.
Oh that’s a good idea!
I love baked apples, my grandmother would often make some for me when I was a little girl.
I love when food ties into memories. 🙂
this is very interesting and straightforward. I like apples baked like that. This is a melt in your mouth recipe!
It really is! And because there is very little effort it’s a great way to use the apples.
I haven’t made these in years, in fact, I forgot all about them. Thanks for reminding me of this yummy treat!
And the best bit is you can make one or a ton!
I love baked apples…I add some walnuts too:)
I’d do that too but my family doesn’t like nuts so much. So I usually leave them out of recipes.
Looks great! And thumbs up on the No-to-nuts thing! 😉
Yes Dave could eat this! 🙂
I gotta try making baked apples again…my first attempt was a disaster, but I learned to NEVER use Macintoshes for baking ever again! 😀
The crazy thing is I can’t remember what we have for apples! We just walked round the orchard and picked as we went. So it will be a toss up as we bake them. 🙂