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Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

 

There is just something about apples and apple pie spice in the fall that makes my heart sing. I love all the seasons here in South Dakota, but my favorite is fall. The weather, the colors, and the flavors are something I look forward to all year.

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This type of recipe may be new to you, but I am sure we are all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. The concept is pretty much the same with this apple recipe aside from the fact there is no breading or frying.

This Bloomin’ Apple recipe only uses 5 ingredients and is fairly healthy. I prefer to use coconut sugar, but brown sugar works just as well. When the apples are baked you can serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top, a drizzle of caramel, and a sprinkle of cinnamon or apple pie spice.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Here is what you need:

4 large apples
4 Tbsp butter
1/2 cup coconut sugar or brown sugar
1 tsp apple pie spice
1 quart vanilla ice cream
1 jar caramel sauce (optional)
 

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Step 1: Place butter and coconut (or brown) sugar in a medium-sized bowl. Microwave until butter is melted. Stir sugar and butter together until combined.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Step 2: Stir in 1 tsp apple pie spice (or less depending on your affection for cinnamon and fall spices) to the mixture of sugar and butter.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Step 3: On a cutting board, cut the top 1/4 of the apple off.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Step 4: Scoop out the core of the apple with a knife and spoon (a grapefruit spoon works well). You can also use a melon baller to do this.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Step 5: Next, with a thin small knife make two circular, deep cuts around the center of the apple. Try to not break through the skin of the apple.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Step 6: Then flip over the apple so it is resting on the cut end. Make narrow cuts all the way around the apple.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Step 7: Place apples in a greased 8×8 baking dish.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Step 8: Distribute the sugar mixture evenly between the 4 apples. Cover the entire tops of the apples, not just filling the core of the apple.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Step 9: Bake prepared apples at 375F for 45 minutes or until apples are soft. Let apples cool slightly and top with a scoop of ice cream and drizzle with caramel sauce if desired.

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Looking for a last minute dessert recipe to wow your friends? This recipe may be new to you, but I'm sure we're all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and uses just 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

 

Bloomin' Apple

This recipe may be new to you, but I am sure we are all familiar with blooming onions from a popular restaurant in most of our towns. This Bloomin' Apple recipe is basically the same concept and only uses 5 delicious ingredients and very little effort!

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes
Servings 4 servings
Author Sammi Ricke

Ingredients

  • 4 large apples
  • 4 TBSP butter
  • 1/2 cup coconut sugar or brown sugar
  • 1 tsp apple pie spice
  • 1 quart vanilla ice cream
  • 1 jar caramel sauce (optional)

Instructions

  1. Place butter and coconut (or brown) sugar in a medium-sized bowl. Microwave until butter is melted. Stir sugar and butter together until combined.

  2. Stir in 1 tsp apple pie spice (or less depending on your affection for cinnamon and fall spices) to the mixture of sugar and butter.

  3. On a cutting board, cut the top 1/4 of the apple off.

  4. Scoop out the core of the apple with a knife and spoon (a grapefruit spoon works well). You can also use a melon baller to do this.

  5. Next, with a thin small knife make two circular, deep cuts around the center of the apple. Try to not break through the skin of the apple.

  6. Then flip over the apple so it is resting on the cut end. Make narrow cuts all the way around the apple.

  7. Place apples in a greased 8x8 baking dish.

  8. Distribute the sugar mixture evenly between the 4 apples. Cover the entire tops of the apples, not just filling the core of the apple.

  9. Bake prepared apples at 375F for 45 minutes or until apples are soft. Let apples cool slightly and top with a scoop of ice cream and drizzle with caramel sauce if desired.

Recipe Notes

The size of the apples will vary the cooking time. The recipe is done when the slices of apple are very soft.

12 Comments

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  2. November 24 at 06:40PM

    That looks AWESOME.

  3. November 25 at 08:40PM

    Yummy! I love apples but generally eat them as they are. Definitely as the weather cools I start thinking of apple crisp and other things I can bake using apples. Thanks for sharing!

  4. November 26 at 12:40PM

    I’ve never made these but they look delicious and simple to make. I love warm apple pie with vanilla ice cream. I’ll have to try this one for sure. Thanks for the recipe!

  5. December 5 at 05:29AM

    The cake you share is delicious and beautiful.

  6. December 17 at 05:08AM

    This was so incredibly yummy! What’s more, I don’t especially like apples! It was easier than I thought it would be, and my family couldn’t quit discussing it. We will definitely be making this this again. Thanks so much!

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  8. December 22 at 05:46PM

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  9. January 1 at 04:18AM

    There is simply something about apples and apple pie spice inside the fall that makes my heart sing. I love all the seasons right here in South Dakota, but my favored is fall. The weather, the colors, and the flavors are some thing I look forward to all 12 months.

  10. January 5 at 04:52AM

    Yummy! I love apples but commonly devour them as they’re. Definitely as the weather cools I start taking into account apple crisp and different things I can bake the usage of apples. Thanks for sharing!

  11. January 13 at 08:40AM

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