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Caramelised apple with fudge

This easy dessert is similar to apple pie fillling, this caramelised apple with fudge is ready in 20 minutes and served up to 6 people.

Caramelised apple with fudge
20 minutes 6 people Desserts
Caramelised apple with fudge

Ingredients

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  • 2 apples, for example Elstar
  • 4 tablespoons sugar
  • 200 ml heavy cream
  • Tablespoon vanilla extract
  • Small handful raisins
  • Fudge (small, or slice into tiny cubes)
  • Optional: fresh mint leaves for garnishing
Caramelised apple with fudge ingredients
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Kitchen equipment

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  • Chefs knife
  • Cutting board
  • Vegetable peeler
  • middle-sized skillet
  • 6 glasses
  • Electric mixer or whip the cream using a whisk and bowl


Preparation

20 minutes 6 people Desserts

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Preparation -- 15 minutes

PEEL the apples and slice into tiny cubes. HEAT up the middle-sized skillet on high heat and bake the diced apples for a few minutes. ADD 3 tablespoons of sugar and bake for another few minutes, you'll notice the sugar will begin to caramelise.

TURN off the heat and let cool off to a lukewarm temperature before adding in the whipped cream. WHIP the heavy cream together with a tablespoon sugar and a tablespoon vanilla extract using an electric mixer or whisk and a bowl.

DON'T whisk the cream stiff, it should resemble the same thickness as yogurt. 

Caramelised apple with fudge
Caramelised apple with fudge

Finishing the caramelised apple with fudge -- 5 minutes

CUT the fudge into tiny cubes. DIVIDE a layer of lukewarm caramelised apples onto the bottom of each glass. ADD some raisins, fudge and a layer of whipped cream.

REPEAT until everything has been used up. FINISH with a layer of apples, raisins and fudge. GARNISH the dessert with a sprig of fresh mint. Enjoy!


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