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Easy To Make Foil Baked Apples Recipe

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It’s no secret that I love fall. Pretty sure that I’ve been telling you all this for weeks now. But it’s oh so true! I absolutely love fall. The season always brings back fond memories of my first “real” job. I say real because it wasn’t my typical summer babysitting job. For me this just felt like a job job. All during high school I worked at an apple orchard outside of Livingston, IL and I enjoyed every minute of it. One would think that I’d be tired of eating apples to this day, but that is not so. I still find apples to be quite tasty and even like to make foil baked apples for a quick snack.

Easy to make foil baked apples.

A few weeks ago my children were out of school on a Friday so we decided to enjoy the beautiful, fall day together with some friends. We were hosted over at Eckert’s to pick apples, pumpkins and just explore the farm. Eckert’s has this really great fun farm that the kids simply adored.

Family fun at Eckerts and picking apples to make foil baked apples.

So much fun!

And now for that dandy recipe…

Easy To Make Foil Baked Apples Recipe

This foil baked apples recipe is perfect for fall. Full of fall smells and flavors! 

What you’ll need:

  • 1 apple
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1/2 tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • aluminum foil
  • cookie sheet

 

What you’ll do:

  • Peel and slice apple.
  • Place apple slices on one square of aluminum foil.
  • Sprinkle with sugar, cinnamon, water, and place slices of butter on top.
  • Cover with another square of foil and then roll edges to form a pouch. (Very similar to a foil dinner for a bonfire.)
  • Place foil pouch on cookie sheet and bake in the oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

Steps for creating foil baked apples.

It’s that easy and it’s a delicious fall treat!

Foil baked apples hot and straight from the oven.

I wish you could smell this through the computer screen. Seriously smells soooo good.

If you are local to St. Louis or the Metro East then be sure to visit one of the Eckert’s family farms. You find a convenient location on the Illinois side of the river in the following cities: Millstadt, Belleville, and Grafton.

Happy Fall Y’all!

Eckert's orchard bag in the kitchen. Delicious foil baked apples finished and flavored with cinnamon on granite counter top.

Check out the other dandy recipes on the blog HERE.

 

 




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