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  • 1 decade ago
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    Mmmmm. 1 apple per person- i prefer a large granny smith

    peel and core the apple.

    1 pie crust per apple- pillsbury crusts in the

    refridgerated section of your grocery store- there

    are two per box/package.

    Place each apple on the center of the round crust

    and then fill with some 1/4 cup or so brown sugar

    with shakes of cinnamon,

    squeeze of lemon, walnuts if you like, a few

    raisons or cranberies if you like, and a pad of butter

    on top (about 1 TB).

    I would also sprinkle white sugar and cinnamon all

    over the crust that the apple sits on. A few

    chopped nuts if you like.

    Next: fold the crust up any way you like and roll and

    pinch to close. sprinkle a little sugar on top and

    place in the oven. Bake as an apple pie- 45 min or

    so til crust is golden. Also poke a hole at top of crust to let out steam while cooking. If you want to be extra fancy use course grind sugar or sugar sprinkles and place some on the outside of the crust for decoration. Tasty, fancy, and easy.

    When folding the crust practice carefully a few times. You can fold up around apple in a triangle sort of shape and pinch down where the hree sides come together. SOOOOOOOOEASY!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Core it, peel a one inch strip from around the middle, put a dab of butter & brown sugar in the core, bake in an inch of water at 350 degrees for approx. 45 minutes or until tender to knife point.

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  • 1 decade ago

    yum

    we used to peel them, dig the center out, put brown sugar and/or maple syrup in the middle, pour a little apple juice over them, cover with foil and cook in the oven. Microwave works too.

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  • j t
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Baked apple? Yummy, if you add a pie to it! ;)

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  • 1 decade ago

    It's a noun not a question.

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