Frosted Apples Recipe

Frosted Apples are a delightful dessert that have been enjoyed for generations. The unique combination of simmered apples, sweet meringue, and flavorful syrup makes this dish a favorite among apple lovers. It's a simple yet elegant treat that is perfect for any occasion.

Fun Fact: Did you know that apples have been cultivated for thousands of years? It is believed that they originated in the region of Western Asia and have been enjoyed by different cultures throughout history. Apples are not only delicious but also packed with essential nutrients, making them a popular choice for various recipes.

Now, let's dive into the recipe for Frosted Apples:

- 6 large apples
- 1 pint of water
- 3 tablespoons of sugar (plus extra for meringue)
- 1 egg white
- A few drops of lemon juice
- A pinch of nutmeg


1. Start by peeling and coring the six large apples. To remove the core, you can use an apple corer or a sharp knife. Make sure the apples are evenly sized for consistent cooking.

2. In a large saucepan, combine the peeled and cored apples with one pint of water and three tablespoons of sugar. Simmer the apples over medium heat until they become tender. This process usually takes around 10-15 minutes, depending on the size and variety of the apples.

3. Once the apples are tender, remove them from the syrup and drain them well. Keeping them aside, we will now prepare the meringue.

4. Take the egg white and beat it with an electric mixer or whisk until it forms stiff peaks. Gradually add one tablespoon of sugar while continuing to beat the mixture. The meringue should be smooth, glossy, and sweet.

5. Coat the top of each apple lightly with the prepared meringue, ensuring a thin layer covers the surface. This will give the apples a beautiful frosted appearance once baked.

6. Preheat your oven to a cool temperature, around 300°F (150°C). Place the meringue-coated apples on a baking sheet and transfer them to the oven. Allow them to bake for approximately 20-25 minutes or until the meringue turns slightly golden and dry.

7. While the apples are baking, let's prepare the syrup. Take the washed apple parings and simmer them with a little water for about half an hour. This will extract the natural flavors from the parings and enhance the syrup.

8. Once the parings have simmered, strain the juice into a clean saucepan. Add two tablespoons of sugar to the strained juice and return the mixture to the fire. Let it boil for about five minutes, ensuring that the sugar dissolves completely and the syrup thickens slightly.

9. Add a few drops of lemon juice to the syrup along with a pinch of nutmeg for a hint of tanginess and complexity. Stir well and let the syrup cool. As it cools, it will thicken further and develop a delightful sweetness.

10. Once the frosted apples are baked, remove them from the oven and let them cool for a few minutes. Place each apple on a serving plate and pour the cooled syrup around them, ensuring that it covers the bottom of the plate as well.

Now, your delicious Frosted Apples are ready to be savored! The combination of the tender apples, sweet meringue, and flavorful syrup creates a delightful taste experience. Serve them as a dessert or a sweet treat any time of the day.

Similar recipes like Baked Apples or Caramel Apples are also popular choices when it comes to apple-based desserts. Baked Apples involve baking the cored apples stuffed with a mixture of spices, nuts, and sweeteners. The result is a warm and aromatic treat that is perfect for cozy evenings. Caramel Apples, on the other hand, are coated in a sticky caramel sauce that adds a rich and indulgent flavor to the crisp apple.

Whether you choose Frosted Apples, Baked Apples, or Caramel Apples, each dish showcases the versatility and deliciousness of this beloved fruit. So, gather your ingredients, put on your apron, and let the magic of apples unfold in your kitchen. Enjoy!



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