Baking Confessions: Sunday Morning Baked Apples

I am not much of a breakfast person so I like to try recipes that are not the "typical" bacon, eggs, and pancakes type of meals.  Today I will be sharing a fun, easy, and adorable recipe for Jessa's Sunday Morning Baked Apples.


What You Will Need...



Four Apples
3/4 Cup of granola, oats, raisins, & almond flakes mixed
4 tsp of fruit jam
3 tbsp of butter
2 tbsp flour
3 tbsp brown sugar
Drizzle of honey
Dash of nutmeg
Pinch of Salt
Cinnamon Sticks

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.... 



Cut of tops of apple exposing the flesh and creating a flat surface.  Using an apple corer hollow out center of apple removing all seeds.

Apply a teaspoon of jam into bottom of apple.  Time to make your mixture...


Combine oat mixture, butter, flour, brown sugar, honey, nutmeg, and salt into a large bowl.  Combine well. 



Place apples into a baking dish.  Spoon mixture into the center of apples and covering exposed apple flesh.  Insert your Cinnamon stick. 



Add a shallow layer of water to bottom of baking dish just deep enough to cover.  Place into over and set your timer for 30-45 minutes until apples are tender and tops are golden.  I cooked mine at 35 minutes and found it had a light crisp still remaining to the apple... which I love!


Plate and serve with whipped cream or add ice cream for a dessert treat!  The slight sweetness of any cream is the perfect combination for this earthy tart treat!  Enjoy!



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19 comments:

  1. Oh gosh... this looks so yummy. Can we call this breakfast or dessert?

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  2. Madalynne - Oh yes! It would be so delicious served with ice cream! Yum!

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  3. I so need to try this! This looks delicious and the mixture looks sooo good! :) Thanks for sharing this because I was really drooling on Instagram the other day.

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  4. great post!

    XXX,

    WMBG
    wiebkembg.blogspot.com

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  5. these looks yummy! They would make for a great dessert as well.

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  6. Gonna try this very soon! I think I will put some of that delicious Greek vanilla yogurt on it.....

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  7. SquirrelHeart - Oh the greek vanilla yogurt sounds amazing!!! xo

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  8. So glad to see that you did in fact post this recipe. YUM!!

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  9. Delish!! Ive made these before but I make mine in the microwave.. I cheat. Haha! :)

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  10. This sounds amazing!! I am going to make this ASAP!
    Thanks for sharing!

    xo,
    Eeka

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  11. Oh my good gracious this looks amazing! I have a dozen apples sitting on my bench that will meet their breakfast fate tomorrow~!
    AhkaVintage.com

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  12. Oh my god this looks delicious, have to remember this!

    PS: gave you the lovely blog award on my blog!

    xo
    Angie
    sundaybelle.com

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  13. This looks wonderful. I need to make these. Thanks for the great post!

    Lauren @ PearlsPoppiesPinkiesUp

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  14. These look so pretty! And you could change them a little for different holidays. What an awesome idea!

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  15. what a great morning treat!! thanks for sharing and i love step by step instructions

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  16. These look yummy! I make baked apples occasionally but have never added granola - thanks for the suggestion! xo

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  17. Whoa! These look soooo good!

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