These make a delicious dessert, and can be served with cream.
- Take good, sour apples; greenings are best.
- Scoop out the cores, wash and place in a baking-pan.
- Fill the hole with sugar, and a tablespoonful for each apple besides.
- Pour over these a generous supply of cold water.
- Bake in a hot oven, until light and fluffy.
Recipe from Things Mother Used to Make by Lydia Maria Gurney, New York 1914. *the apples don’t have to be Kentish, but we prefer them that way.