Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Baked apple pudding

Roasted apple pudding / Ahjuõunavaht

Another super-easy and lovely dessert idea (these days I seem to be drawn to uncomplicated and super-easy puddings. Must be the dark winter nights). Oven-baked apples - though not necessary exclusively a winter dessert - do make more sense during winter than during summer and autumn (the home-grown apples taste simply too good when in season that they're best enjoyed as they are).

However, here's a good way to a) use baked (plain) apples or to b) use up any leftover baked apples you've made. It's not even really a recipe, more like a serving idea...

I used plain baked apples...

Baked apple fluff
Serves 4

3 to 4 larger apples

200 ml whipping cream
1-2 tsp caster sugar
1 tsp vanilla sugar or vanilla extract

Wash the apples and bake in a pre-heated 200 C / 400 F until soft. Cool completely, then grate coarsely.
Season the cream with sugar and whip until fluffy and soft peaks form. Season with vanilla and gently fold in the grated baked apples.
Serve in pretty dessert glasses.


Sam at Broke and Chic said...

Beautiful post...so soothing an idea, really, the lovely baked apple and cream. Thanks!

chris said...

Love this! I am all about Baked Apples (so much I named my blog after them). Love the cream...will have to try it soon.

Gitte said...

Beautiful picture! Your dish sounds wonderful with the baked apple. Love your post.

n-talo said...

simple mais bon !