We have the most fantastic next door neighbors. Not only are they the most easygoing and kind people, their yard is essentially a farm. I get a phone call at least once a week asking me to come outside so they can hand me a grocery bag full of sweet peaches, bushels of delicious beets or in the latest case, a bag of perfectly gorgeous Fuji apples. The apples were like little gems, sweet and crunchy, not too big or small. For me, there is nothing like fruits and vegetables that you grow in your yard. This way you can be absolutely sure that there aren’t any harmful sprays or pesticides being used. My neighbors grow their food like this and so do I.
Apples are not only a rich in vitamin C and an excellent source of fiber, they’re also a favorite of Kenya’s. When he’s teething and doesn’t feel like having to chew, this recipe comes in handy because the apples get really soft. It is a real winner with him. When the apple bakes, the flavor intensifies giving it almost a caramel flavor. A perfect dessert for your little one.
Baked Apples with Cinnamon and Raisins
- 1 apples, cored
- 6 raisins
- 1 Tbsp water
- 1/4 Tsp cinnamon
- 1 Tbsp apple juice (you could substitute another tbsp of water for the juice)
Catherine, I don’t see how much cinnamon to use? I’m going to make these for breakfast for my kids. Thanks!
this is the best recipe my son love it