Caramel Apple Rosette Skillet Blondies ­čî╣ ­čŹÄ ­čĺŤ

Caramel Apple Rosette Skillet Blondies ­čî╣ ­čŹÄ ­čĺŤ
Caramel Apple Rosette Skillet Blondies
Nothing says romance like roses and dessert. This dessert is indeed a romantic stunner and a perfect Autumn dessert. We have rolled up Braeburn apples to create lovely little roses and baked them on top of our blondie mix. Apples, white chocolate, cinnamon, brown sugar: truly a combo made in heaven! 
  • 3-5 apples, we used Braeburn apple to make red┬ároses
  • apple juice/water- enough to fill bottom of small pan or pot
  • lemon juice
  • cinnamon, cardamon, nutmeg, ginger allspice (any or all)
  • light coloured fruit jelly of choice- apple, ginger, apricot, marmalade
  • jar of salted caramel spread┬á
  • Secret Kiwi Kitchen Blondie Mix

Prepare Secret Kiwi Kitchen Blondie Mix as directed in the instructions and pour batter into a greased cast iron skillet or pan of choice. We used our favourite cast iron skillet* in place of a baking pan.

Next spread a fine coat of caramel sauce over the top of blondie mix. Pre-bake blondies for 10 minutes. Leave to cool while prepping apples. 

Caramel Skillet Blondies

Slice apples into thin slices (we used a mandoline). 

Bring a pan of water or apple juice to a boil adding a squeeze of lemon and baking spices. The lemon will prevent the apple slices from turning brown and will turn the colour of the apple skins into beautiful variegated bouquet of colour. Add sliced apples for 1-2 minutes. They should be slightly soft, but not breaking. Strain apples and place apple slices onto clean dish towel. Pat dry.

Poaching Apples for Rosette Skillet Blondies

Place the apple slices overlapping slightly on a cutting board. Cut in half, then slowly roll up into rose buds. Place buds over the entire surface of the brownie pan. 

Rolling Apple Rosette's for Skillet Blondies

Once all roses have been added to the skillet pan, heat in a small pan some jelly and add baking spices to taste. Using a pastry brush, brush the tops of the rosettes to glaze before baking. Place skillet in oven and bake until until rosettes and blondie mix are cooked through, approximately 20-25 minutes.

Serve with icecream.

Caramel Apple Rosette Skillet Blondies

* Our go to favourite cast iron pan is IronClad Co's Legacy pan. 

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