This smells delicious while it bakes. It can easily be multiplied to accomodate a larger family. If you use a cold apple, the sugar will stick to the outside nicely, but it will take longer to cook. I have heard of people using honey instead of sugar, but it tastes funny to me. (note: I'm sorry I originally forgot to post the baking temperature of 375)
Baked Apples go back to my childhood. This isn't Mom's recipe, just one I picked up a long time ago and naturally it's been changed, morphed, and evolved over the years. My thanks to all of the people I've stolen bits and pieces from. The measure of ingredients is approximate to give you a scale to judge proportions by.
A lovely custard and just for 2! No need to make a big batch. This one came from the Internet, pure and simple. Amazing the number of wonderful goodies that I found simply by surfing the 'Net. Welcome to the 21st century! (My grandmothers would be SO jealous!)
I just bought a cookbook "Small Batch Baking" and this was the second thing I tried. My ramekins are 7 oz each. I used frozen raspberries because that's what I had, even though the recipe calls for mixed berries I think any frozen fruit could be subbed. If you think your berries are tart adjust sugar to your tastes. This is also super easy to double or triple. I'm single and just don't need a bunch of leftover dessert sitting around trying to get my attention!:)
I like to make this as a quick and light dessert for my husband and me. It is much lower in fat and calories than the average shortcakes and tastes almost just as good. This is a good recipe for someone who is on a diet, but still craves sweets like me!! I don't feel like I've sabotaged my diet when I eat this and even my husband dosen't know that it's not full of fat!