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EASY Baked Apples Recipe

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Directions Step 1 Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease a 2 quart casserole dish, or coat with non-stick cooking Step 2 Place apples in a large bowl. In a small bowl, mix together sugar, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. Stir spice Step 3 Bake in preheated oven for 45 to 60.

Directions Step 1 Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Advertisement Step 2 Arrange the apples into a baking dish with the cut sides facing down. Pour the orange beverage over the apples. Step 3 Bake in. Stir until all ingredients are well combined and apples are evenly coated.

Pour the apple mixture into the prepared baking dish. Spread the butter cubes over the top of the apples and cover the dish with foil. Bake in preheated oven for 35-40 minutes or until apples are tender. Remove from oven and stir. Bake 30 to 40 minutes or until apples are tender when pierced with a fork. (Time will vary depending on size and variety of apple.) Spoon syrup in dish over apples several times during baking if desired.

Wash and core apples, leaving enough of the core at the base of the apple to contain the filling. Combine the butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and chopped pecans in a small bowl. Put the apples in a small to medium baking dish. Mix the melted butter or coconut oil and cinnamon together and then dump it on the apples. Toss well to coat all the apples evenly with the cinnamon mixture.

Bake in the preheated oven. Melt the butter in a pan over medium heat. Remove the pan from the heat then stir the flour, oats, brown sugar, cinnamon, and salt into the melted.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease a large baking dish with the butter. Step 2 Mix brown sugar, vanilla sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg in a small bowl.

Sliced apples and cinnamon are baked under a sweet and crunchy oatmeal topping. Serve warm from the oven with a scoop of ice cream on the side for a classic fall dessert. “Great recipe! I did not add the water, since I never add water to fruit crisp recipes. I mixed Granny Smith apples with Jonathan apples and the result was a delicious dessert.”.

How to make baked apples: Use a pairing knife to cut a deep hole into the apples, removing the core; this is where the filling will go. Combine brown sugar, butter, cinnamon, and nuts and fill the apples with this mixture. Pour about 1/4 cup of water in a.

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Toss apples with butter, 1/4 cup sugar, zest, 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, and salt on a baking sheet with sides until well coated, then spread apples out.

“The Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 1000 Recipes” by Ruth Reichl, John Willoughby, Zanne Early Stewart
from The Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 1000 Recipes
by Ruth Reichl, John Willoughby, Zanne Early Stewart
Houghton Mifflin, 2006

Place apples in baking dish, sprinkle with several T. boiling water, and bake in pre-heated 375° oven 20–30 min. or until apples are tender but still intact.

“Polish Heritage Cookery” by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
from Polish Heritage Cookery
by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
Hippocrene Books, 2005

Preheat oven to 325°F. Grease 9″ by 9″ metal baking pan. apples (about 1/4 pounds), /4 teaspoon ground nutmeg Line bottom of pan with waxed paper; grease paper.

“Good Housekeeping Step-by-step Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques” by Susan Westmoreland
from Good Housekeeping Step-by-step Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2008

Sprinkle 3 tablespoons sugar over apples, then drizzle with 2 tablespoons melted butter and lemon juice; toss to coat.

“Bon Appetit Desserts: The Cookbook for All Things Sweet and Wonderful” by Barbara Fairchild
from Bon Appetit Desserts: The Cookbook for All Things Sweet and Wonderful
by Barbara Fairchild
Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC, 2010

Toss apples, ½ cup granulated sugar, brown sugar, lemon zest, salt, and cinnamon together in Dutch oven.

“Cook's Illustrated Baking Book: Baking Demystified with 450 Foolproof Recipes from America's Most Trusted Food Magazine” by Cook's Illustrated
from Cook’s Illustrated Baking Book: Baking Demystified with 450 Foolproof Recipes from America’s Most Trusted Food Magazine
by Cook’s Illustrated
America’s Test Kitchen, 2013

Bake in a 375-degree oven for about 30 minutes—or until the top is nicely browned and the apples are soft.

“Food That Really Schmecks” by Edna Staebler, Bevvy Martin
from Food That Really Schmecks
by Edna Staebler, Bevvy Martin
Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006

Arrange the slices on the prepared baking sheet and bake for 20 to 25 minutes, until the apples are lightly browned and crisp.

“Vegan Cookbook for Beginners: The Essential Vegan Cookbook To Get Started” by Rockridge Press
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Place the sliced apples in an oven-safe glass pan or dish and top with 3 tablespoons cinnamon cinnamon and maple syrup.

“Belly Fat Diet For Dummies” by Erin Palinski-Wade
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Place 1 teaspoon butter and 1 tablespoon brown sugar into cavity of each apple.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
from The Good Housekeeping Cookbook
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2004

An alternative method of cooking this dish, much easier when you are making a large quantity, is to arrange the sliced apples in an oven dish, pour the prepared syrup over them, cover the dish (with foil, if you have no lid) and cook in a moderate oven (gas no.

“An Omelette and a Glass of Wine” by Elizabeth David
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by Elizabeth David
Grub Street Publishing, 2009

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  • Our remodel got a bit hectic for the boys �������� so we’ve moved into a rental house for a bit until the dust settles and banging subsides. Construction is running so behind! In the meantime I’ll be filming in the kitchen here and I’m excited to share some new recipes with you!

  • Sultanas, Raisins, Currents with Cinnamon would be Delisious. Top with Homemade. Custard And Ice Cream b Smiles Maree. From Melbourne Australia xxx������☺️������

  • I don’t have a taste for cooked fruit unless it is plantains. In Cambodia, if we dont like a food we say that we “dont know how to eat it”

  • This was the first thing I made in school as part of my home economics class. Turned out ok but I’ve never like apples like this. Brought back a great memory.

  • My dad asked me to make these for him, again, for the past three days so you got another view and I got a topping for my ice cream❤️

  • You are 1 talented chef..
    I’m so glad I found your channel. You create yummy and easy recipes. I enjoy watching you cook, you give me hope to be in the kitchen and create some delicious meals for my family. ❤❤❤
    Your fan from New Zealand.

  • Excellent video, although homeboy is a bit neurotic but cute. Sweetie, I would work on your butch factor; unless your latentency is working against you dar’lynn. Either way great apples.


  • Hi John, thank you for sharing this video, they look delicious! Construction is always delayed but im sure you will have a beautiful home for your family! Anyway it looks great with the window behind you! Sending lots of love from Melbourne, Australia

  • There’s no rules except what I say. Agreed! My version is: the world would be better if everyone did as I advised. �� My mom made baked apples when I was little. Yum

  • My daughters are Autistic and find nighttime’s hard. When my eldest daughter (7) cant sleep we snuggle up and watch your videos, you are so smiley and a pleasure to watch and Bella says you help her to feel relaxed a bit deal for her anxious little self. Today we made your baked apples after we watched the recipe last night, we had great fun, the kitchen smelled amazing and the apples were delicious. Thank you:) x

  • I love this channel needs more viewers it reminds me so much of shows off the food channel. I love him I’m straight but I have a man crush on this man completely adorable

  • Quick question that has nothing to do with this recipe, which I will, by the way, be making, how come when I make pecan pie my bottom crust all but disappears? I love the filling but just the outer crust seems to be left with this super thin bottom. Help!?

  • I bake often, please please use the finest quality cinnamon that is affordable and makes store bought taste like sawdust. Penzy’s sells the finest quality spices for very very reasonable prices (in varying quantities as you wish). The customer service is excellent, have bought them for gifts for many many years. I am only a customer, when I bake I want the finest most affordable spices! From my childhood the cinnamon that I remember happens to be the extra fancy Vietnamesesweet, strong, full flavor so you use LESS but get more flavor. The box store brand is very poor in comparison. This super easy delicious recipe has been one of my family’s favorites for many decades. Thanks for sharing this recipe with everyone. Plus your home smells like a real bakery!

  • I refused to wear a mask today.

    I didnt have it and the owner of the store didn’t even ask if I had a medical condition.

    Theyre suposed to assume that I have one!

    I hate explaining myself but after a long day I came home to watch this wile I baked two apple pies

  • I don’t care for apples…so why do those look so mouth-watering?! Hope your MIL loves them. Can’t wait to see your new kitchen. ⭐️

  • I just discovered your channel and I love it. This baked apple recipe looks amazing. I’m definitely trying it soon. Thank you so much ����

  • any problem with quadrupling the cinnamon? I love cin flavor specially with apples. The thing that I find problematic about your process is pouring that much vanilla in each apple. Can I mix a little vanilla in the brown sugar mix before I stuff the apples? I like just a hint of vanilla. btw…. I’m a new fan/sub to your channel. I love how you present everything in your vids so simply and “user-friendly” for those of us who like to work in the kitchen but feel a little timid to try new stuff. Thanks for that.

  • Oh my lord I just made these and they are so GOOD!!! I have a Halloween party to go to in a week and I know know what I’m bringing for dessert �� thank you for the video and recipe ����❤️

  • Baked apples. Mmmm. Make the house smell so good. A staple from my childhood. Any particular type of apple you’d recommend? I love your enthusiasm when you describe your finished product! ������

  • John: I’m a baker and I like making pastry. What’s your favorite dessert? I’d love to make it for you.
    Suzanne: Picks literally the only dessert that involves no pastry

  • I remeber seeing somthing like this from a woman who survived through the great depression and it was beautiful. Her mother would make it as a treat and apples and sugar and cinnamon were the easiest thing to find around

    Her channel is called ” Great depression cooking”

  • Have you ever seen the ones with Red Hots Candy? I have tried them all ways but that’s the ones I grew up on. Cinnamon, brown sugar, and and as red hot candy in the middle. So good. So bad too lol

  • For the full Easy Baked Cinnamon Apples recipe with ingredient amounts and instructions, please visit our recipe page on Inspired Taste: http://www.inspiredtaste.net/27991/easy-baked-apples-recipe/

  • I made them, my house smelt like heaven and they were freaking delicious. I tried a bite before serving them for me and my spouse, and wondered if I should just eat the whole thing

  • Saw the baked apples on a Hallmark movie tonight so I looked up how to make them on YouTube. Just happened to have all the ingredients available so I made 2 apples to test. Should have made a dozen! Soooo! Good! Thanks for sharing the recipe, yours looked even better than Martha Stewarts. These were easy to make and fun to eat. The kids loved them! Thanks so much….can’t say enough good things about them!

  • I was looking for something easy, not so many ingredients you met my needs thank you so much, deffintaly gonna try this recipe out

  • Here is another apple recipe (quick) that i learn in my childhood

    Grind the apples with a grinder into little pieces and just add a spoon or two of suggar and mix it

    Delicious when you have nothing else to eat

  • Wow I am going to add this recipe to my husbands list of foods for a diabetic. I can cut the apples in half to make a controlled single serving, use splenda adding a tiny amount of molasses to replace the brown sugar. Apple pie with out the carbs ( crust) or sugars (carbs) Sounds wonderful to make for him for the up coming holidays treats.. I make an pumkin “pie” for him in single serving ramekin dishes with splenda to replace sugar, low fat evaporated milk, egg whites, with crushed pecan pieces mixed with a tiny bit of butter and a teaspoon of sugar for the “crust” I bake them in a water bath like you would bake a cheese cake or flan. Absolutely delicious, Thank you Love your recipes never a fail.

  • For future recipes that have a water bath, please say how far up the dish the water should be instead of how much water to add we don’t have your exact cooking dish

  • Thanks for sharing your recipes. I love making them.. In this recipe you use water to bake the apples in. Would using apple cider instead enhance the flavor at all? i don’t want to overwhelm the recipe as you posted though thanks again

  • I was born and raised in Maine which I don’t think people know what a huge Apple State this is. My grandmother and then my mother made the absolute best baked apples that left even a blue-blooded foodie speechless. I make them now myself.

  • The best way to do this is to take the sugar and nut mixture add soft butter to it and cream it. Then stuff the apple with that mixture. They never baked dry and I doubt that my grandmother use anything other than the apples like liquid in the pan. We used to use only Macintosh until something happened and they went m e a l y then it was on to m a c o u n apples and honey crisp. The list of apples that you gave in the beginning do not all hold up well or taste great as a baked apple. Everybody can get a Honeycrisp or pink lady those are all I use now and I go to the apple orchard in my electric wheelchair and pick my own. Yum! It is apple season here in Maine. Applesauce apple butter unbaked apple crisp baked apples Apple brownies apple cakes apple crisp brownies the list is endless and I make a ton of it and thank God I have a fairly large deep freeze!:-)

  • I now only watch your videos for cooking. Everything is perfect! Also love how you list the recipe in the description box too! Thanks girl!

  • Lovely �� When I was young, my mother would often cook apples this way, usually Granny Smiths and always with dried mixed fruit, brown sugar and butter. So next time I have spare apples, I’ll make some with your filling, some with my mother’s filling and some with both. ���� Thanks for sharing. ��

  • Look good, I am also going to make them, I do not want to use all that sugar though, I will have to substitute one of my other baking ingredients, I hope they come out like yours. ����������

  • You spent too much time promoting your pie crust video, then after changing the focus of your audiences attention you spent 3 seconds talking about the actual time and temp of the baking process. Lame…. I’ll never watch another video of yours again.

  • I am unsure if it’s just a UK thing but my mother always used to stuff her apples with all kinds of dried fruit and bake them the same way. She used to do one with sultanas with stem ginger in and when it was still hot she covered with a little bit of the ginger syrup.

  • I really love and appreciate your videos. You do a wonderful job easily explaining the steps and showing them, as your lovely personality shines through. Thank you and blessings to you and your family.��

  • This recipe is so perfect. I’ve never liked cinnamon apples at the restaurant but I made this for someone else and omg now I’m hooked lol. I had rockit apples as I didn’t have Granny Smith but I followed everything else to the letter and it’s the best ever. Thank you so much for sharing!!

  • I thank u so much.i had a bunch of apple and didnt know what to make something simple and this was very simple and it tastes good. ��

  • I’m definitely going to make this. I Bought the ingredients. Those who’d really appreciate sharing this with me, are no longer with me.����

  • This is my go to everytime I make apples you would think I would have it memorized by now but I’m always afraid I will leave a step out because I want mine perfect God bless

  • Just made this for the 1st time with some surplus apples we got from a local restaurant. Very easy and very delicious! Reminds me of Cracker Barrel when I was a kid! Thanks! =)

  • Whats up Divas Can Cook! Thanks for this post. I was thinking….”I’m gonna fry some apples:)” and this was right on time. Can’t wait to taste them once they are done!

  • I’m not from the south but I love fried apples. And they will last in the refrigerator for months. I love to make them up and put them in a container for snacking on. Yummy.

  • Can’t believe you dirtied a bowl
    … just put sugar and whatever. In the apples. I think raw sugar is better than brown. Also, one tablespoon of water per apple and reduce baking time to 30 minutes. They will roast instead of boil, you’ll get caramelized apples that way.

  • I really wanted to make something for Christmas tomorrow so I searched up what I could make and this girl’s attitude and tone of voice is making me so happy so now I’m ready for these apples

  • So easy & delicious OMG this was soooo good especially high of great weed ��. Secret weapon for Thanksgiving dinner 2019 the family gonna love this��

  • I will never understand why people do cooking videos but omit the amounts of the ingredients as they are cooking. I only wish I could give you more than one thumbs down for being so ignorant.

  • Question?  Do you like your Rachael Ray casserole dish?  I’ve thought about buying some…but haven’t yet.  Would like your opinion.  Thanks….

  • That’s the same way my Mamaw in Kentucky and my Mom in Ohio made fried apples and the it’s the same way I’ve been doing it for over 50 years! It’s so good to see these old recipes being passed to young people.

    For an extra treat I often add a handful of raisins to the apples while they’re cooking and also a handful of chopped black walnuts at the end.

  • Me: loved claras videos Also me when when I see a dislike on Clara’s videos: Bring me the head of the ogre

  • Great voice. Easy recipe. Yummy! I love grannie smith cinnamon apples. I just switch out the sugar for Splenda, just as good. My gf asks why I add lemon. I think it’s to keep the apples from turning brown?

  • Just like my mom makes! I have a tip for those wanting delicious cooked apples but cant have the sugar. My mother inlaw started doing this many years ago when her husband began having health problems. Instead of the brown sugar, she used apple juice. I know, I know….it’s not going to be nice and gooey but in his case, it was better than no cooked apples at all. She also used unsalted butter….which I don’t recommend for something like this. She only did it once. LOL

  • How well do these keep?
    I’m planning to serve these with french toast for a breakfast meeting at my office but I can’t cook at my office.
    Is it okay if I cook them at home the night before and reheated them the morning after?

  • These videos are amazing. God bless Clara and her family, may she rest in peace. I am actually learning to cook, as a single guy that’s one thing I’m definitely lacking. She’s gone but still helping a working class guy save money so he can afford to buy a car soon and live in this overpriced hellhole we call modern cities. Love her stories by the way. People now don’t understand struggle the way her and my grandparent’s generation did. Thank you for blessing us with these videos, they are a light in the sea of degeneracy I normally find on the internet

  • I think ladies like her and my grandma ever use the word “Nourishing or Nourishment” back in their day. I never here that word any more. RIP Clara

  • My granny couldn’t cook worth a damn, but Mom could. Mom didn’t make these, but sure am going to,,, You can bet on it, Thanks! I can almost smell the goodness.

  • Her talking about arguing with her brother about equal portions: “We were satisfied at the end. My mother would give us a slap a piece and that would settle everything.” Lmao. She was a fantastic woman.

  • I cant stop watching these videos
    Theres something about Clara!
    I would go out and buy her an apple corer if I could
    Thank you Clara for sharing your cooking skills and life
    And what a personality

  • I love how she says everything is delicious and this time she puts her finger to her lips… apples filled with sugar! �� I miss Clara!! Love her videos. ��

  • Clara, you are just a SWEET HEART.and i LOVE to hear your Depression Stories And I bought your cook book and I made some of your recepies.DELICIOUS!you were a AMAZING LADY! R.I.P. sweet Lady and AWESOME COOK!!��������������������������������

  • Clara was so sweet and really amazing for her age. Thank you for sharing her with us. We certainly could use a few more Claras right now!

  • Sure the modern way is much more quicker and practicle. But yet the old fashion way really teaches you to respect all ingreadients and not to waste them. It shows all the hard work thats behind it.

  • I just ordered her book �� I can’t get enough of her, she reminds me of my grandmother.I wish I would have met her in person she is such a sweet person and a great story teller ����

  • I came across this by accident lol and I am hooked..thank you for sharing your grandma with us.. I think this covid has done 1 good thing..it brought family closer and homemade dinners with each other a must.. I know this wonderful women is a angel now ��

  • Damn, video was uploaded in 2009. The sad thing is, it was before Youtube’s primetime and i guess she probably had only 200-300 views back then when sh lived ��

  • My mom also grew up during the depression and she’d make these as a treat for us. She had similar recipes. We grew up on these meals and we were happy to eat what we had. We appreciated the small things. I cooked similar meals for my kids.

  • im in love w those videos, i think i have watched all of then and i don’t even cook

    the thing is that she’s so cute and remember me of my granny (she raised me but i moved and quarantine is keeping me away from her)

  • Thank you Clara! Even after 6 years you live on. You remind me so much of my grandparents back home in Italy with your beautiful stories. these baked apples reminded me of my grandpa, he used to loved baked apples! �� I have subscribed to you so I can follow your recipes and memories. ❤️

  • Now I know what to make with the apples I have. I discovered her when I saw her video when she was making a dandelion salad. She seemed like a sweet lady. RIP.

  • It’s Sunday so I’m making this. Since I have a college degree, I don’t use my bare hands when cooking:D. I won’t peel the apples because I love to eat the skin, too. Thank you for this wonderful recipe.

  • My cinnamon apples
    #dice an apple or two
    #mix a bowl of water and cinnamon
    #pour apples into water cinnamon mixture
    #microwave 30 seconds increments until soft
    #boom enjoys

  • Thank you so much….i made this for breakfast now he’s really in love…apples was soft and great simple and easy… Keep up the good work….��

  • Heidi, thanks for another simple Sunday video. Question, what is the purpose of the coconut oil? I know it’s good for you but would the apples be ok without it? Blessings!:-) Lori