It’s almost time for us to go back home…I am excited to go back to my home sweet home but will surely miss this place…We have traveled to a lot of countries around the world, but felt almost at home in the US….This will be a period to cherish in our life…During this time of 5 months , I have loaded my pantry with a lot of different things…..I got a packet of puff pastries to make spinach cheese rolls and used only one sheet that time….So thought to utilize it…. I googled for some recipes and landed on this one at It looked easy to make and good to see…So here it is..

All you need is
Puff pastry sheet-1 {I have not yet tried my hands on puff pastry sheet , but trust me ,the day is not far }
Butter-2 tbsp {melted }
Apples-2 {thinly sliced }
Sugar-2 tbsp
Brown sugar-3 tbsp
Lemon juice-2 tsp
Cinnamon powder-12 tsp

Method of preparation
Take out the pastry sheet from the freezer and let it sit at room temperature for 20-30 minutes
Pre heat the oven to 350 degrees
Cut the pastry sheet into 3×3 inch pieces
Brush with butter and place into a greased muffin tin
Sprinkle with sugar
In a bowl mix apples, 2 tbsp brown sugar, lemon juice and cinnamon powder
Fill the pastry with this mixture
Sprinkle some brown sugar on top
Bake for 25-30 minutes, till pastry is golden brown
Serve hot with some ice cream

The cuplettes came out awesome….These can be perfect when you have sudden guests and making a detailed dessert looks like a NO NO….Very easy to make and very fancy to make an impression….

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32 thoughts on “Baked Apple cuplettes

  1. Hey just read that u r going back dearie…to India???
    All the best n wil miss u…
    But hope u continue ur good work…
    Take care and happy n sound journey in advance…

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