Cinnamon Baked Apples
These delicious baked apples leave your home smelling like cinnamon. These apples are wonderful after a fall day at the pumpkin patch or in the winter after cutting down your Christmas tree.
~ Gluten & Dairy Free ~
1) Preheat oven to 350 degrees
2) Core apples
3) In a small mixing bowl add vegan butter, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla and oats, use a fork and make into a crumbly mixture.
4) Use a teaspoon and put oat crumble in the bottom of the cored apple and then put some in the top.
5) Bake in a parchment lined rimmed baking dish.
6) Bake for 30-45 minutes, until soft when pierced with a fork. Cooking time depends on the type of apples.
Honeycrisp Apples- best eaten fresh. Crisp and sweet.
Gala Apples- best eaten fresh.
McIntosh Apples- Great for apple crisp, pies and sauces because they soften. also good eaten fresh. Mildly tart flavor.
Jonagold Apples- Great for cooking or eating fresh.
Northern Spy Apples- These crisp and firm apples are excellent for pies and baking.
Red Delicious Apples- These firm, sweet apples are best when eaten fresh or in salads, not for cooking.
Spartan Apples- These are great for pie filling or when eaten fresh.
Fuji Apples- Best when eaten fresh.
Golden Delicious Apples- These firm juicy apples are great in pies because they keep their shape. They are also good in apple sauce.
Empire Apples- These apples are tart, sweet, juicy and firm. They make a great snack or in apple sauce.
Crispin Apples- These have a tart to sweet taste that are good eaten fresh, baked in pies or in apple sauce.
Cortland Apples- This is a mild tasting apple with a crisp texture. Good eaten fresh or baked in pies. These apples don't turn brown when cut so they are nice on a fruit tray or salad.
Ambrosia Apples- These apples are crispy and juicy with a low-acid flavour. These are best eaten fresh.
Idared Apples- Ideal for baking or eating fresh. Keeps its tart flavor when baked.