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Apple, along with goat cheese and cranberry are a great match that make a surprisingly delicious dessert. All you need for this dessert is something out of your grandmother’s pantry, an apple core peeler. This sometimes forgotten invention dates back to the 19th century and is making resurgence, especially during apple pie season. But don’t think that this handy little device has only one purpose, because it is a fantastic simple dessert maker. To this dish, the cone-like slices that the apple core peeler makes are the key. They add delicacy to the taste.
When cakes and cookies are in full bloom, it’s nice to reach for a dessert that satisfies your sweet tooth, but is not too filling. Enter: Apple with Cranberry Sauce and Goat Cheese Dessert. Peel, cut and core the apple with an apple core peeler. Boil the apple then place the goat cheese into where the core was, drizzle with maple syrup and top with cranberry sauce. Enjoy responsibly, because one just is not enough.
1 whole Apple
2 tablespoons Cranberry Sauce
1 tablespoons Goat Cheese
1 teaspoons Maple Syrup
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