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White bowl full of apples. Baked Apples For Two

This is a nostalgic recipe for me. It is one that my husband and I would make when it was just the two of us. Just starting out with our first apartment, we were so excited to cook together. Hope you enjoy Baked Apples For Two.

I am not sure how we started to make this, but it has stayed in our autumn dessert rotation over the years. I remember not long after the first time we made these, I went thrifting and found the cutest pair of apple baking dishes (I show them further down). I’ve kept them all these years and we still use them. Now that we live in Washington, the #1 producer of apples, we make baked apples even more!

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Autumn around the Pacific Northwest is so pretty. It is hard not to get in the spirit! Look at this vine covered building on the University of Washington campus!

Oh, and I have included more fall inspiration at the end of this post! You will love what my fellow bloggers have to share for this Apple Picking Blog Hop coordinated by Juliet from A Loverly Life.

Back to autumn scenery….

Charming brick buildings covered in vines.

Brick building covered in vines.

Doesn’t this look like a setting for a movie?

And there are so many apple orchards just a short drive away, not to mention apple trees around the neighborhood. Last year we visited a pumpkin patch that had an apple orchard on site. It’s the perfect farm with tons of activities for kids, snacks for sale, a large picnic area, and of course the apples and pumpkins to pick.

Scenes from the apple orchard.

Apple trees growing on fence at apple farm.

The farm is also a wedding event space. A fall wedding here would be so charming.

Rows of apple trees!

Boy in apple orchard.

The orchard grows a few different apple varieties. They also sell some produce near the entrance, for those who don’t have time to pick their own.

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Gather Ingredients

Ingredients for baked apples set on marble table.

First up, gather your ingredients.

Oops I forgot to show the butter! I suggest to use salted or unsalted based on your preference.

Remove Apple Cores

Cored apples placed in round bowls.

After you remove the cores, place in a baking dish. A Pyrex casserole dish or baking sheet works well, especially when you need to make enough for a group.

I came across these cute apple shaped baking dishes and I’m debating whether or not I should get them!

Fill Apples With Ingredients

Prepping apples to bake with pieces of butter.

There’s the butter! Bake for at least 30 minutes. Depending on your oven and apple size, this may take longer.

Serve With Vanilla Ice Cream

White bowl full of apples next to wood cutting board. Two Baked apples topped with vanilla ice cream.

You can also serve with whipped cream or Cool Whip. Or be very indulgent and top with both! No judgment ha ha!

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Baked apples in bowls with red apple graphics. Baked Apples For Two

So yummy and easy. A perfect easy dessert to make for last minute company. Of course you can double up the ingredients if you need to make more than just two. If you use large apples, you can split one. I share one with my son and it is just enough, especially after adding vanilla ice cream on the side!

Baked Apples for Two

Super easy fall recipe. Perfect for last minute entertaining. A yummy dessert to serve for dessert.
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time30 minutes
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: apple recipes, baked apples, easy dessert recipes, fall desserts,
Servings: 2 people
Calories: 250kcal
Cost: $20


  • 2 Ramekins or other baking dish
  • 1 Baking sheet use if you don't have individual baking dishes


  • 2 apples increase amount as needed based on how many servings are needed
  • 1/8 cup sugar to split between apples
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon to split between apples
  • 2 tsp butter to split between apples
  • 1 tbsp walnuts (candied) optional to sprinkle on top
  • 2 dollops whipped cream or ice cream optional for serving


  • Remove cores from apples. I used a paring knife and spoon but you can use an apple corer if you like.
  • Place apples in baking dish.
  • Fill apples with ingredients. The butter should melt down and make pan greased. Some recipes have you leave the bottoms intact and add about 3/4 cup of boiling water to the pan.
  • Bake at preheated 375 for 30 to 45 minutes.
  • Serve with vanilla ice cream or whip cream if you like.

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    Baked Apples For Two

    66 thoughts on “Baked Apples For Two”

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    7. Oh my gosh, these sound so yummy. I was going to buy apples at the supermarket today but opted for oranges. I just might have to go back tomorrow and buy some to make these.

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    9. So yummy! My mom always made baked apples when I was a kid. That’s what this reminds me of. I will have to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing and bringing back a sweet memory. πŸ™‚

    10. Marie, this looks like the perfect fall treat! We go apple picking every fall, so I’m always looking for new apple recipes to try. I’m sure my daughter will love this with the ice cream πŸ˜‰ Thanks for sharing! Pinned!

    11. gardenchillmudra

      I am on a diet and my mouth was watering. These look so amazing that I would love them for breakfast today!

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    14. Oh, my goodness, Marie! I stopped in my tracks when you mentioned candied walnuts! What?!!! Genius! My husband will love this! I don’t think I knew you were from Washington either? What beautiful scenery, friend. Thanks for sharing and hopping together!

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