Cinnamon Apples

Today’s lesson: When life gives you apples, make Cinnamon Apples!

Cinnamon Apples recipe and images by Lacey Baier, a sweet pea chef

As part of my Personal Chef business, I also offer cooking demos for local businesses.  Last weekend, I baked my Soft Ginger Cookies for a Fall Fair at Falcon Pointe in one of their model homes.

Cinnamon Apples

While I was there, I met a friendly fellow Austin blogger, Cat Jones, who writes the blog, The Whimsical Gardener.  She prepared several variations of her Fall Fabulous Bundt Cake, all of which were very good.

My plan was also to make my Hot Apple Cider with the cookies, but it turned out the gas to the model home hadn’t been turned on yet. Scratch that!

Cinnamon Apples recipe and images by Lacey Baier, a sweet pea chef

So, I suddenly found myself this morning with a bunch of lovely organic gala apples for which I had no use.  Hmm.

Cinnamon Apples recipe and images by Lacey Baier, a sweet pea chef

Alas! I remembered I’d been craving yummy cinnamon apples.   Make that: Homemade crepes filled with cinnamon apples!

Cinnamon Apples recipe and images by Lacey Baier, a sweet pea chef

Cinnamon apples are so ridiculously easy to make and are great during this time of year.  They’ll make your home smell like the holidays and are a lovely topping to yogurt, ice cream, pancakes, waffles or just by themselves.

Cinnamon Apples

4 apples, peeled, cored and sliced
1/2 cup loosely packed brown sugar
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/8 tsp. ground ginger
1/8 tsp. kosher salt
1 tbsp. unsalted butter

Directions

In a large mixing bowl, combine the apples, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and salt. Toss to evenly coat the apples.

Heat a large sauce pan or skillet over medium-high heat. Add butter and allow to melt. Cook apple mixture over medium heat, stirring occasionally, for 8 to 10 minutes or until apples are tender.

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Comments

  1. metha says

    These apples are amazing. I added a couple teaspoons of honey to them and they are seriously phenomenal! Thanks for sharing. I used golden delicious apples.

  2. Connie says

    This looks so good. I can smell them now. Can you use this to make apple pie? Your halloween pictures were precious. Thanks for a great blog.

  3. Lana says

    I am making these as a side for a company dinner tonight. I will using Matsu apples that hubby and I picked at an orchard about an hour away in Hendersonville, NC. I know they will be awesome!

  4. says

    These look fantastic! Love the idea of them stuffed into homemade crepes…yum.

    Thanks for the blog love/shout out! Your cookies were delish too :)

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