Multiples in the Kitchen: Baked Cinnamon Raisin Apples

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The fun thing about kindergarten is that even though they get homework these days, most of the homework is fun. They were learning in-depth the letter “Aa” and part of their homework was to make these Baked Cinnamon Raisin Apples.

Baked Cinnamon Raisin Apples on Multiples in the Kitchen

Just a few ingredients needed for this easy dessert.

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First I cut two apples in half, and cut off the ends and the stem. I had the girls try to remove the core with a melon baller. It helped if I started it out for them.

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They then filled the hole with raisins, granola…

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…a teaspoon of frozen apple juice concentrate…

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…and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Okay, maybe more than a sprinkle.

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I cut out four squares of foil and they wrapped them up.

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Then we baked the apples at 350 degrees F for 45 minutes.

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All done.

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We ate ours with ice cream and another sprinkle of granola. I kid you not, it tasted like apple pie. We just might serve these at Thanksgiving, as this was such a perfect light little serving for after a big turkey dinner. It would be fun to set this up assembly-line style and have all the kids help.

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Homework was never this yummy when I was a kid.

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This recipe was adapted from Monday Morning Books, 1993.

-Steph-

PS Hope you’ll stop on by my blog for more Fall recipes and crafts!

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