A simple and delicious way to capture the flavors of fall in a quick bread, topped with just the right amount of irresistible cinnamon-sugar crunch! Granny Smith apples were used in the testing of this recipe, but feel free to choose your favorite baking apple from your area, such as McIntosh, Braeburn or Jonathan.
Breakfast. Lunch. Why not make it brunch? Use Stouffer’s Harvest Apples to create a sweet addition to your french toast. Jonathan apples are baked and seasoned with cinnamon for a flavorful topping — just make your favorite french toast recipe and top!
"Red Jonathan Semi-Dwarf Apple Red Jonathan is one of the best for eating, cooking and keeping. Medium, thin skinned, tart, bright red round fruit. Bears young. The Red Jonathan will ripen mid September to late October. Zones 4-8" Great texture for dried apples.
Old Fashioned Apple Dumplings “These are the apple dumplings my grandmother used to make: warm, flaky, sweet, and drizzled with a sauce that bakes right with them. These are not difficult …” — by MICKI WOOD www.Allrecipes.com