When summer and fall rolls around the farmers markets have an abundance of beautiful fruits and produce just waiting to be added to some of your favorite recipes. "The Best Apple Crisp Ever Featuring Piņata Apples," is one of those recipes that you are sure to want to try.
There is something about apples that just makes any recipe even better, especially in a dessert recipe, this recipe works great in the summer and even better in the fall or winter, filling the house with the beautiful scent of fresh baked apples throughout. The flavor of apples is know to intensify in cold storage, so you can even store away your seasonal apples to use at a later time. Piņata apples are the perfect apple for foodies, they work great for both cooking and baking, and have the same skin as golden delicious apples which allow them to adapt to cooking temperatures. The writer claims that this is the best apple crisp recipe ever, one she goes back to time and time again. This apple crisp is easy to do. When you have all your ingredients together preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. In a small bowl mix the cinnamon and sugar together. Add a single layer of cinnamon sugar directly into an un greased 9 by 9 inch baking pan.
This recipe blog is a great place to go when you are in need of some recipe inspiration. Tina is the mom behind this recipe blog started in 2008, where you will find old fashioned country cooking, and comfort food. Tina loves to create recipes that are simple, delicious, and great for family dinners. She is a stay at home mom, foodie, amateur food photographer and self proclaimed country girl. She spent her childhood watching and learning how to cook from her mother, and was raised on home cooked meals and eating together with the family, she is a southern girl at heart. On the site there are lots of cooking, baking and recipe sharing going on.
Apples are a fruit that are often eaten raw. The whole fruit including the skin is suitable for human consumption except for the seeds, which may affect some people. The core is often not eaten and is discarded. Apple varieties bred for raw consumption are termed dessert or table apples. Apples can be canned or juiced. They are milled or pressed to produce apple juice, which may be drunk unfiltered and called apple cider in North America called apple cider. The juice can be fermented to make cider (called hard cider in North America), or apple cider vinegar. Apples are a popular ingredient in many dessert recipes such as apple pie, apple crisp, apple crumble and apple cake. Apples can be eaten stewed or baked, and apples can also be dried and eaten or reconstituted for later use. When apples are cooked, some apple varieties can easily form a puree known as apple sauce. Apples can also be made into apple jelly and apple butter. Apples can also be used in meat dishes.