Instead of slicing apples and sprinkling them with toppings, try stuffing the topping inside a whole apple. Skip the pans, and use the apple as the vessel for this fun, simple and delicious variation of the apple crisp!
A scone-like pastry with origins in old England and Ireland, these sweet cakes rose to popularity between the 8th century and the Middle Ages. They were baked for All Hallow’s Eve (Halloween) and All Saints Day on November 1, although their significance has adapted over time. Try them this season for something to nibble on in between all the candy!
Give nachos a new twist with these dessert nachos. Feel free to replace the nuts with granola or crushed graham crackers and drizze the apples with caramel sauce or honey. Top with your favorite ice cream and add your own touch of spice.