Friday, 2 September 2016

Twice Baked Apples Stuffed With Blackberries

I was fortunate enough to be send a hamper of sugar for baking with , as Autumn is just about upon us now we usually find ourselves in search of soul food that fills us up and keeps us warm through the Autumnal nights. Food that is just enough to take the edge of the coolness of the breeze that whistles past our faces and our feet crunch upon slightly crunchy leaves. A walk that leads to the joy of blackberry picking that is nothing better than foraging.

I had two lonely cooking apples left the others had been baked in an obligatory first Apple and blackberry crumble.


Two or more cooking apples or any large apples cored

Light Brown Sugar (I was using Whitworths Light Brown Sugar)

Handful of blackberries


I sprinkled 2 teaspoons of the Whitworths Light Brown sugar into each apples you can increase or decrease this according to personal taste.

I preheated the oven to 180c then placed the apples in a suitable roasting dish for 20 minutes.

Whilst the apples were baking the placed the two handful  of Blackberries in about a table spoon and a half of Whitworths Light Brown Sugar.

After this time take the apples out of the oven and place equal apples of the sugared blackberries  in each apple. Then place back in the oven for about 10 minutes.

After this time take the apples out you will noticed the blackberries have  created a blackberry sugary syrup which you can spoon over the apples once they have been placed into serving bowl.

Serve with your choice of cream, ice cream or custard or just enjoy on its own.

SO I hope to encourage you  to get baking and encourage have your own office bake off! Whitworths produced a bespoke Facebook app with a creative ‘all you would need’ #GOBO tool kit, please use this to launch your own office bake-off and encourage your colleagues to get involved!

Disclosure I received a hamper of sugars in order to develop some recipes and will receive a fee for doing so.


  1. Oooh yum! I haven't had baked apple in years, my mum always used to make it with mincemeat.

    Yours look delicious.

  2. Oooh love baked apples - especially with loads of cinnamon. Just gorgeous. xoxo

  3. Looks sooo yummy... Will definitely have to try! :o) xx

  4. not seen this kind of baked apple before - looks good! will have to try some time


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