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Baked apple bowl with nuts and vanilla sauce
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Baked Apple Bowl with Nuts and Vanilla Sauce
- 50g walnuts, shelled
- 50g hazelnuts
- 4 TBSP honey
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 4 medium Boskoop, Bramley or other cooking apples
- water for the tin
Ingredients for the vanilla sauce:
- the pulp of 1 vanilla bean
- 250ml coconut milk
- 1 TBSP coconut sugar
- Preheat the oven to 180°C (upper/lower) or 160° (fan). Finely chop the nuts and combine them with the honey and cinnamon.
- Cut the tops of the apples and core them. Fill an ovenproof tin with a little water and put the apples in upright. Add flakes of butter to the water and fill the apples with the nut and honey mixture.
- Bake the apples, covered, for about 30 minutes until the peel starts to crack.
- In the meantime (10 minutes before the apples are finished at the latest), prepare the vanilla sauce. Scoop the pulp from the vanilla bean and combine it with the coconut milk and the coconut sugar in a small pan, then warm up the mixture over a low heat.
- Serve the hot, baked apples in bowls, covered in the vanilla sauce.