Bravo TV Star and Adventure Chef, Adam Glick (Below Deck Med) is always looking for his next escapade. He spent his summer on terra firma traveling the country in his adventure van, instead of his usual perch in the galley of a yacht. Why? He’s teamed up with Jazz apples to talk about the versatility and ease of cooking and snacking with apples, especially while camping, kayaking or other outdoor activities. Jazz apples are particularly good on the trail because they are durable, and they taste great raw or cooked. They have a thin skin, so they are easy to bite into and are really juicy – making them the most well-rounded apple.
Now that apple season and fall bonfires are in full swing, here’s Adam’s favorite easy campfire recipe. Your kids will love it, and the smell of cinnamon will have your neighbors drifting by…. Enjoy and feel free to use this recipe, courtesy of Adam. We have plenty more as well!
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Campfire Cinnamon Apple Bake
1 JAZZ Apple per person
1/2 cup Red Hot cinnamon candies
You will need:
This simple cinnamon baked apple is sure to delight your campfire friends. Make sure you have a lovely campfire going, or you could also place these on a grill or even bake it in your oven.
Begin by coring the center of the apple (coring means you’re removing the stem and seeds from the center of the apple, effectively leaving a hole). Start from the stem on top, do not to break through the base of the apple.
Into the “hole” of the cored apple, fill the apple to the top with cinnamon candies.
Wrap in foil generously and place next to the fire. Rotate the apple constantly ensuring its well-cooked on all sides. After about 10 minutes remove the apple from the fire.
Let cool and ENJOY your cinnamon baked apple!