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Baked Apples

BAKED APPLES

this dessert is like homemade apple pie with 90% less effort. served al amode with a side of vanilla ice cream, this dessert is both rich and easy. i found this recipe and am posting it for the world to see courtesy of: http://frumteacher.blogspot.com

Time: 45 minutes

Steps:

  • thaw your puff pastry
  • pre-heat oven to 350 f
  • core and peel apples do not cut
  • mix cinnamon and sugar in a bowl
  • place each apple on individual puff pastry sheet
  • fill center of apple with cinnamon sugar mix
  • cover apple on all sides with pastry
  • place on greased cookie sheet
  • in a separate bowl mix wisk egg and brush egg onto pastry
  • bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown
  • serve hot with vanilla ice cream


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Number Of Ingredients: 5

Ingredients:

  1. granny smith apples
  2. puff pastry
  3. sugar
  4. cinnamon
  5. egg


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