How are y'all holding up? I hope you are being merciful to yourself and not stressing about the festivities ahead. Christmas will come, it will be lovely, even if everything is not perfectly as you planned it.
This post is to my friend - you know who you are - who said it is so lovely to watch the pictures of everyone else's Christmas baking, but you don't have a clue or the patience when it comes to baking. Here, you really don't need exact measurements, you don't need fancy equipment or special skills yet you still can serve a delicious, warm apple dessert to your loved ones and serve it with a smile, and maybe some ice cream on the side, because you know you did it, and everyone is going to love it.
For a one regular size pie form, you need
- six apples, peeled and sliced thin. No need to go paper thin, or even in uniform sizes, just the way you are comfortable with.
- half a box of white cake mix, yellow if you have that handy
- 3/4 cups of brown sugar
- 1/2 cups of melted butter.
Set the apples into the pie pan
Evenly distribute the cake mix over the apples
On top of the cake mix, evenly distribute the brown sugar
Drizzle the melted butter over the filled pie dish
Set in the oven (350F / 175C) for about 45 minutes or until golden brown.
Serve warm with ice cream/whipped cream/vanilla sauce
That's it. It really is simple but so delightful. I have a couple other easy solutions coming your way that I will be posting during the next few days. I will post them separately to help you to find them in the search bar when needed.
Till next time
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