Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Baked apples

Following on from my last post on mini toad in the holes, the girls also wanted a hot pudding tonight (I don't always indulge!) so thought I'd make some baked apples.

Quite an easy recipe to prepare- core one bramley cooking apple per person and fill the hole with sultanas and top with some cinammon and brown sugar. Place into a buttered dish.



Bake for 45 minutes until the apples are all fluffy.


They can be served just like this or the centre scooped out.


Serve with custard, cream, ice cream etc. Tonight the girls had some of the dulche de leche buttercream topping that was left over from the chocolate cupcakes I made at the weekend and that works very well (as would the pure dulche de leche).


A lovely pudding that is quick to make and great for both the kids' tea or after a sunday lunch or even as a simple pudding after an informal dinner with friends.

Til soon...

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