Chef's Quick Tip: Mrs. Leonard’s Best Baked Apples
This week, Chef Bob Langkammerer from Stew Leonard's shows Tina Redwine how to make Mrs. Leonard’s Best Baked Apples.
Stew Leonard’s produce bins are overflowing this time of year with apples from farms throughout Connecticut and New York state. In this baked apples recipes, maple syrup and cinnamon mixed with warm apple create a heavenly dessert that will make your whole kitchen light up with the aroma of fall.
Mrs. Leonard’s Best Baked Apples
4 apples, cored
4 tablespoons Stew Leonard’s maple syrup
1/2 cup Stew Leonard’s apple cider
Peel 1-inch around tops of cored apples. Place apples in microwave-safe casserole dish and then pour cider around apples.
Fill each apple with 1 tablespoon syrup and dust lightly with cinnamon.
Cover and microwave on high for 10 minutes until fork tender.