These baked apples are the best you'll ever taste, guaranteed.  And they're super easy!  Grab some apples, and try this now.  Yes, NOW.  Make extra, as you'll want leftovers for breakfast - they're that good.

Breakfast, really?
Yes, definitely.  This is what all breakfast cereals wish they could be!  I had an amazing baked apple for brunch in New Orleans, where it's considered an important part of a well-balanced hangover-battling breakfast.  Give it a try.

The base recipe I describe here is easily modified, so you can combine it with your favorite parts of Grandma's recipe, or experiment to your heart's content.

Step 1: Tools & Ingredients

brown sugar
whipping cream
allspice, cinnamon, or other spice of your choice (optional)
other fillings like raisins or nuts (optional; I'm not using them here)

knife or apple corer
oven-proof baking dish
Just moved into my school apartment - and my room is right next to the kitchen! I'm super excited to try this out.
Awesome! Let me know how it goes.
This looks absolutely delicious...makes my mouth water...
looking forward to trying this :)
Awesome! Let me know how it goes.
Yum yum yum yum yum yum.....Thanks for posting. They look delicious :0)
Thanks! Let me know if you try them. :)
Wow! The first picture is beautiful!
Thank you! I'm working on improving my food photography - it's slow going, so I appreciate the feedback.
If you want to go super fast and for one person, do this: Core one apple, mix some butter, cinnamon and sugar, jam it in the apple, put the whole thing in the micro and nuke it for a minute or two. The apple meat becomes soft but stay in the peal. Drizzle over some cold store bought marzan sauce and eat carefully as the apple is really hot.
Sounds good! You should post an Instructable next time you make these.
These were amazing! They destroyed my stomach but it was totally worth it. :D
Sorry about that! I blame Eric's pie - it had a ton of dairy too,
Wow, that looks so good!
Thanks! Give it a try and let me know what you think.
Baked apples? YEAH YOU DID!! <br>nice i love it so creative!!

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