Baked Apples with Cowberries/Cranberries

The Danish climate is very favorable for growing apples. Long days where the sun raises early, around four in the morning, in the summer and sets in the evening, around ten, gives the trees more light than many other places. At the same time, apples grown in a cool climate where there can be a large difference in the day and the night temperture makes a greater aroma and just the right amount of sourness. Baked apples is a fantastic dessert with apples – and so easy. It takes under 30 minutes to make them. These apples are filled with cowberry jam, made from cowberries that grow in northern Jydeland and Sweden. If you can’t find cowberry jam, cranberries can be used. Cowberry jam can be found in Ikea stores all across the States.












Baked Apples with Cowberries/Cranberries

4 apples, cored but not peeled

4 oz. cowberries/cranberries or any jam you like, just don’t use sugar

3 oz. hazelnuts

3 oz. sugar

Garnish: 4 tbsp. sour cream

Preheat oven to 350°.

To make apples, chop cowberries/cranberries and hazelnuts and mix them with sugar. Fill apples with this mixture and place them on a small pan and bake 20-30 mintues depending on the apples.

To serve, place a large spoonful of sour cream to the apples.

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