Light up the room with this delicious Bramley Apple Bonfire for pudding this Halloween. The Bramley apple is the Queen of all apples for its flavour and fluffiness, and steals the show as a bonfire party dessert. Serve warm with whipped cream or Greek yogurt on the side.
There is no other apple to match it baked in the oven, but you do need to sweeten it before baking.
A great recipe to add to your cooking apple recipes collection – I use Armagh Bramley apples for their very special flavour.
Take great care if you decide to add the optional alcohol in this Halloween baked apples recipe, especially if you are going to flambe the apples by setting them alight. Make sure guests stand well back, and use a long barbecue lighter to avoid your hands getting burnt.
This baked apples recipe tastes just as good without the rum, or with just a little liqueur poured over and left unlit. The unique flavour of the baked Bramley juices does all the work in making this dessert so special – you won’t get the same results with any other apple!