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Baked, Biscuit-filled Apple

An easy-to-make, dessert, impressive presentation. Makes a nice brunch addition. Recipe donated by Foodland Ontario.

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40mins
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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (180C).
  • In a small bowl, combine sugar and cinnamon.
  • Core apples, and widen opening at top to accommodate biscuit.
  • Rub insides and tops of apples generously with sugar-cinnamon mixture.
  • Prepare biscuit dough per instructions on package, using baking mix and milk.
  • Spoon biscuit mixture into cored apples, mounding slightly, and spreading to edges.
  • Place on baking sheet and bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes, or until apples are done and biscuits golden brown.
  • Any leftover dough can be shaped into biscuits and baked together with filled apples, for the same amount of time.
  • For variety: A sprinkle of any of the following may be added to biscuit dough: sprinkle of raisins, currants, dried cranberries or chopped almonds;.
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"An easy-to-make, dessert, impressive presentation. Makes a nice brunch addition. Recipe donated by Foodland Ontario."
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  1. lauralie41
    Very simple and quick dessert that tastes so very good. I used Jonathon apples, my grandma baked with them, and added a little nutmeg. Next time will double the recipe so we have dessert for the next day too.
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  2. Shirl J 831
    In loving support of beloved Toolsie :) I made this yesterday for dh as a "treat". Big hit and went over very WELL. I used Golden delicous apples (wish I had Macs). very easy to prepare and low in fat as I used skim milk. Thanks Toolsie :)
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  3. Roza Bockelman
    This was awesome. I used the zaar conversions for a serving of 1.. and I used splenda brown sugar mix. It was a very yummy breakfast! Also used a granny smith. I am going to try different apples!
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  4. Kittencalrecipezazz
    Toolie. these apples were so good, and very simple to make! I doubled the recipe, and used large Granny Smith apples, as that's all I had on hand. I made certain I cored the inside of the apple with lots of room to spare for stuffing, and sprinkled the biscuit mix with some brown sugar and raisins before baking, yummmmmm!....Who would ever think of stuffing biscuit mix in an apple LOL!, these were wonderful, thanks so much for sharing another winner Toolie!....Kitten:)
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  5. TOOLBELT DIVA
    An easy-to-make, dessert, impressive presentation. Makes a nice brunch addition. Recipe donated by Foodland Ontario.
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