Our apples are starting to ripen nicely and it has been hot and humid. NOT the kind of weather I want to fire up the oven for at all. But all those nice apples had me hungry for baked apples with ice cream, so I decided to try baking them in the microwave. And have discovered that I like them better than the original.
5 or 6 medium to large apples, peeled and cored 1/3 cup flour 1/3 cup brown sugar 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/4 cup cold butter, cut into small pieces 1/4 cup pecan pieces
Place the apples in a buttered casserole dish. Mix the flour, brown sugar, and cinnamon until blended, then cut in the cold butter until crumbly. Mix in the pecans.
Spoon the flour/sugar mixture into the holes of the apples. Sprinkle the excess over and around the apples. If your casserole has a close fitting lid, use that, otherwise cover the dish with plastic wrap. Do not poke holes in it.
Microwave on high for 7-8 minutes, until apples are tender. Allow to cool 10-15 minutes before serving with ice cream.
Yummo! When i used to eat them it was very similar, but we added sultanas. I don't know if you have them there. Different to your raisins- they're tiny and no seeds. They plump up with the juice. I'm hoingbto try these nutty ones soon.
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I wil definately have to try this! .. my fav fall recipee...(this is in trade for the apple recipee you shared.!) and who has not gotten those mini pumpkins thinking they are only deco?.. they are sooo edible lol.. take the top off as if your carving a full size pumpkin. take the innards out.. add a pat of butter. dash of cinnamon.. and either sugar or honey. put top back on. should fit nicely. wrap in wax paper. and micro for a couple min untill soft inside.. its great as a single serve..
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