25 June 2011

Baked Molasses Apples

Ok you might be thinking, baked molasses apples, sounds good but isn't that more of a fall recipe? Well I just think it is a nice simple dessert, or snack, that can be made in any season.
So on the recipe is says small apples. Many might say, well what kind of apple? I couldn't really say. I just used the small apples that my Mom buys for us to eat. Just use your favorite type of apple! As long as its not something soft or mealy, it will do.



When I was little I would never go near Molasses. I thought it was weird, some thick, brown syrupy thing that smelled. And my Dad would always put it on his waffles, so one time I tried it, figuring that you could eat a spoonful of it like you could maple syrup. Umm wrong. But then a month ago I sent a cookie package to my Great Grandpa on almost the other side of the country and one of them was a molasses bar cookie. And the molasses was so tasty. I had a revelation, molasses is good!


Wrinkly little devils.

The weather in the Bay Area has been so weird lately! One week it is cold and feels like fall, last week was hot as heck and now it is back to being cool again. Is it really summer? 
Happy Weekend! Sorry for the lack of writing in this post, sometime I am just out of words.
Recipe from here

28 comments:

Diana said...

This looks delicious!

Jan said...

I love this idea. And since it's been raining for days here, this is absolutely appropriate right now! It's nice that you grew to love molasses. I was the same way, preferring maple syrup. Now I seek out recipes with molasses, like this one. Yum!

Bianca said...

This recipe makes an apple a day much easier to achieve. Molasses and apples baked make me all fuzzy inside!

Emily of The Best of this Life said...

Yum! This looks delicious. I love baked apples!

Valeria said...

The climate has been weird in Italy, too, quite rainy and chilly, so well, these baked apples would be perfect! It so hard to find molasses, though, what would you suggest instead?

Julie Marie said...

Valeria: Molasses is hard to find in Italy? Oh dear, that is bothersome! Maybe you could use honey or maple syrup or dark corn syrup. All depends on your taste

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