Baked Apple Snow

Low fat, low calorie/joule winter wonderland dessert

What could be better than warm cinnamon apples mixed with a little custard and topped with meringue? Sitting here at my desk on this cold Melbourne morning with the smell of cooked apples wafting throughout the house, I don’t think I could think of anything.

This dessert is a crowd pleaser always and every time. And easy, so easy. If you’re making it for guests, make up the cinnamon apples in the morning, or even the day before and pop in the fridge until you’re ready. It only takes a moment to make a quick meringue and then it’s in the oven for 10 minutes. Voila! If you want to do this, remember to bring the apples up to room temperature or even a little warmer before you bake them otherwise they’ll be cold underneath the meringue.

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I first wrote this recipe for a food company using their canned apples and have since redone it as I like to make my own (it’s great to make a double and keep in the fridge to have on yogurt or cereal). But you can definitely use canned apples if you prefer, just omit the water and don’t cook the apples for as long but rather warm them through to dissolve the sugar. Either way, yummy, yum, yum!

I love stewed apples in just about anything. Do you like stewed apples? What’s your favourite way to eat them?

Baked Apple Snow

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Happy eating!

jay

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