What kind of dessert is your favorite, and how do you like to prepare/serve it?
Acxtually my fav is so simple it almost doesn't count.
I take a organic tangy apple, core it, slice it very thin.
Then I use a homemade pie crust. or even the bought one's in the refrig. section, roll it out, place it in a small toaster oven pan.
Line the crust with some soft butter and a sprinkle of organic sugar.
Place each slice to cover a bit over half of the crust, add some cinnamon, a slice of butter and fold the other half of the crust over the apples.
Pinch the edges together, poke some holes with a fork and brush the crust with butter, or milk, or egg wash.
Bake at 425 TILL DONE. i guess about 30 minutes...it depends on your toaster oven though.
Remove , let cool and enjoy...you could always put a scoop of Ice Cream on top,or whatever you prefer.
) Hugs G-Ma
by elisabeth reid 10 years ago
cost isn't an object. Calories? Pshaw -- it's all calorie-free for tonight. Time of preparation? Not an issue. What would it be?(and no, I'm not going to get it for you -- this is hypothetical -- so there).
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