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Julie’s in the kitchen making this free form baked apple recipe with brown sugar, nuts, and butter… couldn’t be better.
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Alright, welcome to legourmet.tv. Today we're doing some baked apples. I am just finishing coring them. If you don't have one of those fancy things, you just cut them around, pop it out, compose your core.
Baked apples are fun, they are fun at camp, they are fun at home, just take bit of brown sugar. I plan using some walnuts and raisins. You literally just mix it up, put them into pan. I am going to put just a little bit of butter into my mix here just to keep it all stick together a little better, alright and literally just stuff it in your apple.
You can mix any kind of fruit, if you like apricots or cinnamon is always good. Now, clearly as you've watched, I have managed to mess the whole bunch, so I am just going to clean it out from inside here a little bit, stuff it in the top. I have made a mess as usual.
Alright, and then just to make sure, I am going to put just a little bit of butter on top that will melt and fill it nicely. Oven set at 400, cooking for about half-an-hour, it should be nice and soft.
Okay, it has been in there for half hour, you can see the butter has all melted down. Now my particular, there we go. There is a baked apple, now you can see it's split. Now you can prevent that by lightly scouring it by just taking a sharp knife just doing a light in circular or some stripes along it. We'll keep it from splitting that way, but that is perfectly fine.
Now you can pour some cream over it, you can even straight up. I am going to have a little ball of yogurt cheese, something we made before on the website. I am just going to put it on top, let it melt in, yummy, always the mess, let it melt in, and now we are ready to go, nice, enjoy, and thanks for stopping by legourmet.tv.