Published: October 1, 2012
In October, we cabin lifers (and the rest of the U.S.) celebrate National Apple Month with some warm apple cider, sweet apple pie or simply a fresh apple. Since two-thirds of an apple’s fiber and many of its antioxidants are contained in its peel, it’s a good idea to eat the fruit au naturel. Of course, you can always fire up the grill and enjoy your apples warm, as in this recipe. Makes 4 servings.
Photo by John & Tanya Bäck
4 baking apples
2 tablespoons cinnamon
2 tablespoons sugar
Preheat grill. Wash, dry and core apples. In small bowl, combine cinnamon and sugar. Place each apple on center of its own aluminum foil sheet; spoon 1 tablespoon cinnamon/sugar mixture into each core, and wrap apples in foil. Place foil-wrapped apples in small foil pie tins on the grill, and cook until apples are tender. Unwrap, discard foil, and serve.
Courtesy U.S. Apple Association