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Brown Sugar and Cinnamon Apples
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Intro for Brown Sugar and Cinnamon Apples
Ever craving an apple pie but you didn't have the proper ingredients or the time to make it? Well, here's your solution! This recipe comes to us from tiffany at www.eatathomecooks.com . There will be a few modifications added by me, but I should at least credit the original author of the recipe. The picture is the same one used by her on the website, so credit also goes to her for that. Let's get started.
- 1 Apple
- 1 1/2 Tablespoon Brown Sugar, I added a little more than the original for flavor
- 1/2 Teaspoon Cinnamon, The original calls for 1/4, but I love my cinnamon
- 1 Teaspoon Water, More if you don't want it to be like a syrup
- Make sure to fully skin your apple, you can use a potato peeler for this task like I chose to to make it easy on yourself. The skin is delicious on its own, so you can save it to eat while cooking the apple.
- Add the brown sugar, cinnamon, and water. You can change the amounts if you don't like as much cinnamon or sugar. The water may not come out syrupy at a teaspoon, because mine was still pretty watery when I took it out of the microwave later.
- Cover this with plastic wrap, but give it some room to expand due to the fact that the water will be evaporating and create some steam.
- Microwave it for about 1 minute to start off. Mine needed longer, but it may be because I added more cinnamon or maybe it was just a lot of apple. The apple should be soft when it's removed from the microwave.
- Add whatever you like now. You can add more cinnamon, some ice cream, anything you think sounds good. It will taste kind of like apple pie, so keep that in mind.
- Enjoy your dessert or snack!