It doesn't get much more September then this...
(boy... that's a great picture if I do say so myself! )
and yes.. they were as delicious as it looks.
I saw a recipe and pinterest and tweaked it since I didn't have the proper ingredients.
First thing I did was grab 4 red apples.. I'm not really sure what kind they are.
Remember, I'm a price shopper now, I just bought the cheap ones.
As clumsy and big thumbed as I am ~ we all know that I am a self proclaimed klutz.
I thought that coring and scooping out the apple would be difficult.
As I started with the first apple, my first thought was that I was going to destroy all 4 apples and end up with a huge mess.
It wasn't that bad.
First I cut the top off and dug a knife in around the core,
once I removed a little from the top I was able to use a small spoon to scoop out the rest.
With the same spoon, I pressed and cut around the apple skin and then started removing the apple pieces.
It didn't take long at all.
I put the apple pieces in a bowl and once I had all of the apples hollowed out
I mixed a little sugar and a lot of cinnamon in with the chunks.
Then I spooned the sugar and cinnamon coated pieces back inside of the apple.
Looks pretty amazing right.
I gotta say.. I was pretty darn proud of myself!!
The finishing touch...
layer some pre-made pie crust over the top and gently press around the edges to secure it.
They are sooo cute.
They make me feel all nesty.
Place your apples in a baking dish and add a little bit of water to the pan.
cover and bake for about 20 mins.
Uncover and bake for an additional 30 minutes.
Since I happened to have some heavy cream in the fridge
I whipped up some easy whipped cream.
This is a favorite around here.
The husband normally eats it right from the bowl!
And there you have it..
Delicious fall goodness!!!!
Have a great day friends!
Be your best happy.
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