We all appreciated this pit stop of baked honey and ginger apples on our hike this afternoon, as it was very warming, a little sweet tasting, and filling 🙂
As I am now buying Swedish supplies I will translate (although I am sure you can guess what they are!!). You would also find it easier with some sort of heat resistant glove as you will be removing hot foil parcels. So what do you need for your honey and ginger apples? You need apples, something to chop the apples with, ginger powder, honey, and tin foil (as well as your fire supplies). Mix a little honey and ginger into a bowl making a smooth paste, until the taste is good for you. My little lady had hardly any ginger, mini man no.1 had it quite strong! Ideally it would be best to use a corer to remove the core from the apples, to put the mixture down the centre, but we don’t own one, so we chopped our apples with an apple slicer (not all the way through). This meant we could smear our mixture around the segments before folding it back together, wrapping it in tin foil, and placing on the fire.
Once you have a neat parcel in the tin foil, place directly onto the hot embers, or into the fire (whatever you have got at the time!), but make sure it is getting a lot of heat. After about 5 minutes, give the parcel a squeeze, and should be soft to touch. Your baked honey and ginger apples are ready to enjoy!