Last Updated on September 14, 2018
Baked apple is a perfect Halloween treat recipe! This is one of the easiest healthy apple recipes I love to make every year. You can serve these easy baked apples as a healthy breakfast, too.
These baked apples are stuffed with prunes and almond slices. You can sweeten them with honey or with sugar syrup for vegan version.
Are you searching for healthy Halloween treats or Halloween breakfast? Try to make these easy baked apples and don’t forget to share your picture with us!
Best apples for baking
As I already mentioned in previous posts, best apples for baking are those which hold their shape well and have sweet flavor. If you choose in store (but not in your garden), number one of course are Granny Smith, which are widely available and have sweet and tart taste. What’s more, If you prefer red apples, I would recommend Jonagold, Crispin, Cortland or Braeburn. But there are so much more apples to choose from! Apples with thick skin hold their shape very well (usually winter varieties).
You can actually check and regulate time of baking apples, but usually it is about 20-30 minutes. I like the baked apple to be soft, but not overly soft and mushy when you cut it. You can check if it’s soft with skewer or fork.
How to serve baked apple
Baked apples are best served with ice cream or thick yogurt. You can add some berry jam as well. Perfect fall breakfast, and, what’s more important, easy and healthy recipe!
Halloween recipes for kids
There are so many Halloween recipes, but these baked apples are great to make with kids. Remove the core and let kids make stuffed apples. Black prunes are looking like “poison” or something spooky inside. But in reality it is sweet and soft filling that tastes great with baked apple! Moreover, these red baked stuffed apples are great Halloween table decorations. Oh, and don’t forget to carve some apples, as we did. These apple faces are so cute, aren’t they? Have fun and spooky Halloween!
Baked apple – Healthy Halloween treats
- 6 apples
- 12 prunes
- 1 tbsp almond slices
- 6 tsp honey or caramel syrup
- Preheat the oven to 350 F / 180 C
- Remove the core from the apples, but leave a little space at the bottom to hold the stuffing.
- Insert prunes in the apples, then almond slices.
- Put a teaspoon of honey or caramel syrup on top of the stuffing.
- Put apples in the baking dish. Add a splash of water, so that apples will not burn or stick at the bottom.
- Bake 20-30 minutes until apples are soft.
- Serve hot or cold with ice cream or yogurt, if you wish