These three recipes will make delicious, warming desserts. They will also come in handy for getting rid of the autumn apple glut, or taking advantage of cheaper prices in the stores.
They are easy to make - the Malvern recipe is perhaps a bit more time-consuming - and draw on deeply traditional recipes that have been around for many years, in a variety of cultures and in various guises.
So no one can deny that apples are definitely the most versatile of fruits and have earned their mythic reputation!
It is nice to hear from you again, Kathleen.
Ha ha! Love that! :)
ha ! with a lovely name like Kathleen Duffy, you probably have the recipe already :)
Hell Veronica, Thanks for you comments. I hope the Apple and Figs turns out ok. Yes, I agree that these traditional recipes are so comforting and cheap! I will look for the Kerry Apple Cake. All the best.
Apple and figs sounds a wonderful idea. Thank you, I will try that for sure.
Kerry Apple Cake from Ireland is a lovely recipe if you care to google for it. I do wish these traditional desserts would come back into favour as they are so nutritious and economical too.
I am glad you find them inspiring! :)
I love baked food and these are some amazing apple recipes. Just right for the autumn season.
So do I, Maggie! I think I'll do some this weekend!
I will have to try the cake recipe... I love apple cake
Hi jptanabe - they blend well together, the figs and apple!