These vegan roasted stuffed apples are a delicious, wholesome delicacy! Enjoy the benefits of the whole fruit with the warm, delicious powdered sugar custard. Apples are great for snacks, desserts or breakfast.
Apples are just my favorite fruit. I am very lucky. They are almost the same throughout the year I live.I like to eat apples in various ways: treat raw snacks as snacks brittle, Cut into pieces and bake, In cake, In Salad, Even in soup.
These roasted plush apples will become my new favorite. They are so versatile and a great happy medium. The ratio of fruit to powdered cream is greater than the ratio of crispy or crumbled. However, due to the buttery, brown sugar-like crumbs, the apple still feels good.
Now, I happily eat them for breakfast (with some vegan yogurt on top) and as dessert (with ice cream). Either way, they are very good at it, and they are also very suitable for tea in the afternoon.
Pick the perfect apple for roasted stuffed apples
Before making roasted stuffed apples, I was lucky to get a delivery from New York State. RubyFrost Apple.
These apples are so special. They are the perfect balance of sweetness and sourness. They are very crisp, this is how I like apples, and they have the most beautiful crimson and gold colors.
RubyFrost apples are particularly high in vitamin C and high in acid content. These two factors allow them to stay fresh longer than other apple varieties. When I walked through the bag full of bags, my crunchy and juicy made me feel very happy.
The juiciness and sweetness/sourness balance of apples also make them ideal for baking apples. These baked apple fillings become so sweet and tender in the oven, but they are still hard enough to maintain their shape.
How to make baked stuffed apples
The trick to making baked apple filling is to remove the apple skin. That’s it! Once there is a nice empty space to store the cores of the apples, it is easy to fill them with the powdered sugar custard mixture.
To delete Apple’s core, I recommend using A core. This is not an expensive device, it makes chopped apples into snacks, or makes these baked apple fillings very easy.
If you don’t have or want a core remover, there are other ways to make room for the filling. This video Will show you how to core an apple with a spoon, and then This one There are instructions (near the end) to take the core with a melon ball device.
After the apple is cored, you just need to fill the powdered sugar with cream with a spoon, and then bake the apple. You may still have some powdered sugar and custard, that’s fine (more than less). I like to sprinkle my flour on the baking sheet and bake it with apples.
Once the apples are cored, you can easily make baked stuffed apples. Here is a short list of the main ingredients you need:
The most important ingredient! I like to use RubyFrosts from New York State to make this recipe. You can use other available egg art or sweet egg apple. If you can, please choose a medium-sized apple. Too big, it will take a long time to bake. Too small, they will be difficult to fill with things.
Use vegan butter that fits your budget and needs. I like to melt the butter first and then add the powdered cream. If you don’t have vegan butter, you can use vegetable oil in it.
I think brown sugar is best for icing sugar crème.If you want, you can use coconut candy As a good substitute.
The oatmeal in the baked apple filling adds some texture and substance to the recipe. I try to make fillings with and without oats. I really like the portion provided by the oats. I also like the fiber they provide, which helps make the filled apples healthier.
Store roasted stuffed apples
I recommend storing apples in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to four days. They are very fragile, so it is not difficult to eat them during this time!
Accompaniment and service concept
I think the baked apple filling itself is perfect. However, you can increase their advantages in some interesting ways!
If you have leftovers on your baking sheet, make sure to add some extra baking filling to each apple!
Yield: 6 Share
Preheat the oven to 350F, then line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Use an apple corer, spoon or melon spoon to core your apples (see instructions above).
Put flour, sugar, oats, cinnamon and salt in a mixing bowl. Drizzle in the melted butter. Put everything away with your hands until a crumbly creamy mixture of powdered sugar appears.
Use a spoon to pour the filling into the cored apple. Try to pack a little, but don’t squeeze or apply too much force. Place the remaining spoon of powdered cream on a baking sheet and bake with the apples (similar to granola).
Bake the apples for 30 to 40 minutes (depending on the size of your apple), or until the top of the filling is browned, then easily pierce the apple with a paring knife.
Let the apples cool for at least 10 minutes before cutting the apples into thin slices and enjoying them.
Snacks of the year, juicy raw fruits, will be the right time. I like to eat RubyFrost apples like this.
But cozy, sweet, and juicy baked apples are very popular, especially at breakfast time and after dinner.These baked stuffed apples are very happy, I will make some often and add them to my favorite list Fruit dessert. Hope you can also have fun while making and eating them!
This article is sponsored by RubyFrost Apple. All opinions are my own. Thanks for your support!