Baked Apple Recipe

Baked Apples

6 to 8 medium apples, washed and cored
2 tablespoons raisins, optional
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
2 tablespoons butter, softened
1/2 cup water
1 tablespoon lemon juice

Combine raisins, spices and butter. Fill apple cavities with spice mixture and place apples in slow cooker. If a second layer is required, place apples on top layer between the ones on the bottom layer. Combine water and lemon juice; pour over apples. Cover and bake on low 4 to 6 hours. To serve Baked Apples, spoon juice from slow cooker over each apple with a scoop of ice cream or frozen whipped cream. Baked Apples Recipe serves 6 to 8.

Delicious Baked Apples Simply Are Irresistible

When it is apple season, you can bet your bottom dollar that everyone who loves baked apples will stand ready to try various recipes containing baked apples.

What makes it even more exciting is that there are such a lot you can do with baked apples that you need not be surprised to find yourself invited when someone wants to try their hand at a baked apples recipe. It is crazy to think that baked apples were many people's childhood favorite recipe.

Come to think of it, baked apples take on many forms. From baked apples slices to apple cake. You can add baked apples to just about any protein meal as it is generally sub acid and would therefore digest better.

The ideal oven temperature would normally be around 375 degrees Fahrenheit with the average cooking time anywhere between 45 minutes to 50 minutes.

Making Your Baked Apples Look Interesting

It is good to see that most people take the initiative to add all kinds of interesting ingredients with their baked apples dish. They would add pecan nuts, mixed dried fruits, almonds, cranberries, blueberries, etc. By doing this they may alter the original baked apples recipe slightly, but at least it makes life so much more interesting.

A favorite way to enjoy baked apples would be to add different flavored ice creams to it. There is just one word for it, delicious!

Tips and Hints Around Baked Apple Recipes

One of the best ways to enjoy baked apples the most is to head over to an apple farm during fall and make your selection from some of the finest apples around. There is the Stribling Orchard in Markham Virginia, the Sky Top Orchard in Flat Rock, North Carolina, Applewood Orchards in Warwick, New York, to name but a few.

With such a wide variety of apples around, it is easy to see why people go crazy over baked apples. This is why you will even find baked apples microwave recipes.

Talking about apples, you simply must try the irresistible apple cake that has been a popular dessert for many years. Some people would do anything for a slice of this cake. It is super easy to make. There is generally no need for icing it as it can be topped with hot butter, cinnamon and sugar.

Another good tip to follow with baked apples would be to choose well colored apples that are smooth and free from any soft spots or bruising.

Why Baked Apples Are Seen As Good for You

Apples are simply delicious in many forms. You should also try apple crisp as one of the many apple recipes that are currently available. Some of the popular recipe books would have easy baked apples as well as sliced baked apples. It is a case of personal preference.

Who would have thought that apples possess the most curative powers of the fruit family. This is why you could almost say "good health to you", next time you see someone eat baked apples or any other baked apple recipe for that matter.

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Baked Apples A Free Recipe from Quick Crockery Cookbook

Also try : Baked Strawberry Flan Recipe

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