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This super cute dessert is made in the apple- making it an easy pie for working out the number of portions required.

Step 1: Ingredients

Seriously, this is a cute dessert... And not altogether difficult. This instructable has 3 servings made, but ingredients are broken down per serve.

You will need (per serve)
1 pretty apple
Puff pastry (I use off-cuts from other things)
1 'ugly' apple
Couple of blackberries and strawberries per serve
Lemon
Teaspoon brown sugar
1 allspice berry
1 clove
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg

I made this and it was the BEST thing ever, just the crust fell off
<p>Is it nice cold? As in school lunches?</p>
Tee hee hee... yes. I love mine cold with apricot yogurt.
this is amazing I going to try it. ps exploding food rules
Does fifteen minutes usually cook what's left of the &quot;pretty apple?&quot; I ask because I'm somewhat allergic to apples if they are raw.
It takes about that long... and the &quot;pretty apple&quot; becomes soft, but the skin stays intact. I would recommend hollowing out the apple as much as you can, without compromising the skin shell though... which will reduce the amount of time it takes for the outer apple to cook. If you stew the fruit as I do, rather than using canned, the boiling innards kinda help cook the apple from the inside out as well. I hope this helps?
Yes, thank you. That was exactly what I needed to know. I'm really excited to make this!
<p>Looks Yummy! Gotta try to make this to impress my friends</p>
Genius!
This looks really good! You should enter it in the Pi Contest!
Oh so cute! And they look delicious to boot
<p>Wow...I'm loving it :D</p>
I like how it said kinda edible.
Yeah... Exploding food is one of my super powers.
<p>its cool very creative good job</p>
Cute!

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