Friday, November 11, 2011

GUEST POST: Love, Lindsey

It's been awhile since we've brought you guys a guest post from a blogger friend of ours, so we are super excited today to welcome Lindsey to HLNC.  A perfect compliment to our fall-inspired post yesterday over at Lindsey's blog, which you can see here, she brings to us a Stuffed Apples recipe that looks absolutely scrumptious and appropriate for the upcoming holidays!


Hello Her Late Night Cravings readers!  My name is Lindsey, I blog over at lovelinds.com, mostly about DIY projects.  The lovely Mendi and Jayme agreed to let me do a guest post for you all.  I must say I am beyond thrilled about this, I even busted out my favorite Fall recipe.  My mother-in-law gave this to me last Christmas, and I have not stopped making these ever since. These are beyond easy, and are a sure way to impress guests!  Let's dive in!

You will need:

Apples (McIntosh apples are the best)
Brown Sugar
Butter
Granola/oats/raisins/dried fruit/anything of the sorts
Shallow baking dish
Lemon juice


--Preheat the oven to 425 degrees--

Step One -- Cut off the top of your apples


Step Two -- Core out your apples.  I used a grapefruit spoon, a regular spoon works just fine too.


Step Three --  Put a little bit of lemon juice inside the apples so they don't turn brown.


Step Four -- Line the insides with butter.  Remember, whenever you bake to use real butter not margarine.


Step Five -- In a separate bowl, mix in granola, oats, and dried fruit (I used raisins).  For every tablespoon of those ingredients, add a tablespoon of brown sugar.



Step Six -- Spoon in the brown sugar, oats, etc. into the apples.


Step Seven -- In a small dish, pour about an inch of water into the bottom, this keeps the apples from breaking open in the dish.  Place the apples in, and stick them in the oven.  Bake for 20 minutes or until soft.

Step Eight -- Serve and enjoy!

What is better than stuffed apples during the Fall?  I will tell you, absolutely NOTHING!  I know you will all love these as much as I do.  Good luck baking, readers!

xoxo Lindsey

26 comments:

  1. Amazing and so easy! These look so yummy! Thanks for the recipe post :)

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  2. oh yummmmm, this looks so delicious and i can almost smell it threw my screen ;-)

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  3. ohh nice! this would be awesome to try out! thanks! <3 :-)

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  4. @ Style Journey - So glad you enjoyed!

    @ CottonCandyINK - I know! We bet the kitchen smells awesome when these are baking!

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  5. Jeezus that looks GOOD! Thanks for the recipe =D

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  6. This looks yummy and it is very easy to make! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Amazing! I'll be doing this tomorrow, thanks for the idea!

    www.sandra-thepuzzleofmylife.blogspot.com

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  8. This recipe sounds so delicious :)

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  9. This looks so delicious and not to miss easy..I just hope I am able to do this half as neatly as Lindsey :)
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your lovely comment. I am glad you liked my post. And thank you so much for honouring the award!! Please do visit me again :)

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  10. oh yumm!
    my mom is going to love this recipe!
    she loves to bake apples


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  11. @ Dora - Thanks! We can't wait to try it!

    @ Sandra - Oh please let us know if you end up making this!

    @ Mad For Fashion - Super easy! Thanks for stopping by!

    @ Shop N Chomp - Just a little something to satisfy our sweet tooth!

    @ Iloshka Glittering - Thanks!

    @ TheMissTwist - Thanks for stopping by!

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  12. This looks so yummy. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. @ LV - We agree!! :-)

    @ JustPatience - Thanks for stopping by!

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  14. Mmh, yummy! That looks so delicious!

    Kisses,
    Nicole

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  15. wow, so easy and delicious! can wait to try this when i get back home.

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  16. I made something similar to this...but with ice cream!! this looks absolutely delicious..MUST TRY!

    <3Amanda
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  17. i'm so doing this!
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    xo DC

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  18. Wow these looks seriously amazing, I’m drooling all over the screen here, I have to tray this receipt ASAP, I bet it taste as good at it looks, it doesn’t seem so complicated to prepare, I will give it a tray! You have a lovely blog and I am a new follower! Hope you will like my blog and follow back!

    Pop Culture&Fashion Magic

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  19. Featured a link to this post on my blog today! Hope you don't mind:) I love it, so yummy looking...

    http://agirlnamedleney.blogspot.com/2011/11/friday-im-in-love_18.html

    <3 Leney

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