You know how you always wanted to eat ice cream for breakfast when you were little? Apples foster is kind of like the gourmet version of that: sugary apples for brunch!
|#winning #dessertforbreakfast #lifegoals|
This is the second part of the Derby Day Brunch, so be sure to check out my super-easy recipe for German Pancakes
(the base underneath this sugary deliciousness).
1/2 cup brown sugar
3 tbsp butter
1/2 cup lemon juice
|You don't really need apples...bananas or other sugary fruits will work great, too. |
|Peel away the outside layer until...|
|...the apples look like this.|
|This isn't an exact science, so make the best of what you have: sugar or brown sugar, fresh or bottled lemon juice. How bad can it be?|
|Get that butter ready for incoming sugar! Get it all melted on medium heat. |
|Chunk the apples into slices, leaving the core...|
|...for mid-cooking nommings.|
|Get your base ready (see dutch pancake recipe, last post)|
|Mix the ingredients together on the stove, until the liquid becomes syrupy.|
|While I waited, I cut up some oranges to juice. It takes about 3 juicing oranges for every 2 people.|
|You can either spoon it, or let the guests serve themselves. |
|Apples Foster...not as hard as it looks!|
Have you tried bananas or apples foster? Are you a fan?
|Go ahead, add a little more sugary apple, you deserve it. |