Easy "Baked" Honeycrisp Apples

October 1, 2014

honeycrisp apple baked apples recipe

Fresh Michigan Honeycrisp apples
Apples have become somewhat of an obsession for me this fall.
 I can't seem to get enough of them.
They're beautiful, delicious and good for you.
 So how can you go wrong?
My son's favorite apple variety is Honeycrisp.
They're only available for a short time each season,
and they are ridiculously expensive.
But thanks to Costco we were able to oblige him this year.

honeycrisp apple baked apples recipe

One of his favorite ways to eat Honeycrisps
(besides dipping them in caramel, that is)
 is to have me or Mr. CBD "bake" them in the microwave.

honeycrisp apple baked apples recipe

It's so ridiculously easy.
Really, it is.

honeycrisp apple baked apples recipe

It's Mr. CBD's recipe and my son loves it!
If you think it sounds easy and yummy then by all means
feel free to share it on Pinterest! 
I think I'd have to call it the perfect fall treat.
Next to white chocolate candy corn M&M's, that is.

honeycrisp apple baked apples recipe
You can certainly replace Honeycrisps
with your favorite variety of apple.
Mine is Gala.

What's yours?
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Easy "Baked" Honeycrisp Apples.
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At Home in English Valley said...

My apple fav is called Pacific Rose. I didn't have one last year, asked for them at Jewel and Mariano's ... The one time I missed Dominick's, who always had them! When they are available I eat one a day from November till February, crisp, fragrant and delicious. Today I'm baking for a meeting tonite, apple cake with honey crisp. The apples I bought were big as navel oranges, and just as expensive! Thanks for the great recipe! Enjoy all the beauty that Autumn holds. Love, Penny

rush said...

At $2.99 a pound, or $2.49 on sale this week, we have to forgo this luscious apple this season.

SewSweetVIntage said...

Yum! These are on sale at my local market:) Pinned

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

They look delicious! I don't think I've ever heard of this variety before. Thanks for sharing at VIP Kathleen.

Ivy and Elephants said...

What a great sweet pick me up! Much better than the oven baked ones that I
USED to do!!! Thanks for sharing, no more hot kitchen for me!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Bought Gala the other day as honeycrisp was $2 a lb. :/ A good baked apple sounds so good right now.

Decor To Adore said...

Oh this is the perfect recipe for fall! Yum yum! Thank you for sharing.

The Charm of Home said...

I loved baked apples! Perfect for fall.

Vintage Paint and more... said...

Such an easy way to bake apples. I will have to try this. Cathy

Randi G @frugelegance.com said...

I have not tried baking an apple in the microwave yet- but after reading this, I have got to try it. Looks amazing. I love Apple-Everything. YUM!

Lois Christensen said...

What an easy and yummy recipe! Can't wait to try this. Thanks for linking up with Foodie Friends Friday!

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