I love apple pie and these are a cute way to make individual servings of a warm apple dish!
- 1 large red apple (cored and thinly sliced so it’s flexible)
- ¼ cup cane sugar
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1 sheet frozen puffy pastry (thawed)
- ½ cup melted @kerrygold butter
- 1 egg
- 1 lemon
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Toss the apple slices in lemon juice to prevent browning. Place apples on a plate and microwave for about 45 seconds until the slices soften some.
Mix the cinnamon, sugar, and melted butter in a bowl. Toss the apple slices in to coat them.
Roll the puff pastry out thinly. Then use a pizza cutter and cut 2-inch-wide strips.
Spread the remaining melted butter mixture over the dough. Then lay the apple slices on the dough so they overlap each other.
Fold up the bottom part of the dough to create a pocket for the apples. Then tightly roll the dough to form the rose shape.
Place the apple roses in a muffin pan to bake them for about 45 minutes. Voila!
Growing up in Southeastern Pennsylvania, seafood from the Chesapeake was a norm.
One of my favorite recipes is Maryland Crab Soup cause I LOVE Old Bay anything and this is basically Old Bay soup. YAS.
Now, I am not a chef guys…I just cook things and eat them with no exact measurements or professional training…so bear with me as I share my ridiculous ways.
Okay so you’ll need a big pot cause you’ll want leftovers. It’s always better the next day, right?
- 1 bag of small red potatoes (cubed)
- Lima beans
- Green Beans
- Cooked carrots (chopped up)
- Old Bay Seasoning
- 2 cans of crab meat (feel free to mix in claw meat or whatever you want)
- 1 can crushed tomatoes
- 1 can stewed tomatoes
- 2 cups of beef broth
- Chopped onion
- Salt & Pepper
1. Cut up the potatoes and boil them until you can pierce them with a fork easily. While they are boiling-chop up the onion and saute it with some avocado oil until soft.
2. In a large pot (remember you want leftovers) bring your crushed & stewed tomatoes, beef broth, a splash of Worcestershire, and water to a boil. Now, here’s where I’m no help because I totally eyeball how much water and taste test as I go. Add some Old Bay in there too (I add it throughout the entire process in excess) Once it’s all nice and mixed up turn it down to a simmer.
3. Add your onions, corn, green beans, cooked carrots, lima beans,and potatoes. I add the crab meat last and gentle stir so it doesn’t get totally shredded in the mix.
4. Lastly, add Old Bay to taste, salt, and pepper. I literally add so much Old Bay it is unreal. So, if you want my measurement probably about half the can? #notsorry
I recommend eating it with bread 👌🏻