10/21/13

Caramel Apple Biscuit Cups Recipe

Hola Amigos! Happy New Week! hope your weekend was fun and uneventful. At the house we tried to take it easy and relax after a few worrisome days  due to a silly  school accident my little one had at his K school. He is fine now but it was a bit stressful with a very lengthy visit to his doctor and right away to the ER. We just had to take it easy and that's how this  treat came to be!

When I'm stressed I crave for little bites of sweet comfort. I had a 3 apples that were not looking to happy and a pint of my favorite vanilla bean ice cream, baked apples with ice cream sounded amazing to me.

I kicked it to another lever baking them on my favorite caramel sauce. Had my dessert and so much left over that the next day for breakfast I decided to stuff our regular Sunday biscuits with the mix!
Oh boy! Now I need to make this every Sunday! They are warm, sweet and juicy. Crispy in the outside and sticky in the inside!
Caramel Apple Biscuit Cups Recipe, hot sticky and sweet! These cups are a combination of caramel apples and apple pie, all thanks to a can of biscuits! Easy to make! #Caramelapples #Fallrecipes #sweetbiscuits #breakfastpastries

My pictures didn't come out good this time, they really don't do justice to how good and gooey these guys are. Note to self, time to get a light box for the soon to be here cold and dark days!

In light of recent commentaries of a certain public figure about bloggers I'm going to say one more time, I'm no expert. I don't have a degree in culinary arts and I have never been the editor of a glossy magazine.
I am an expert of what my family and friends like. After spending 7 years of my life studying in my country and overseas I do have a University degree and I'm the editor of the weekly grocery list I write in order to know what I need to get to plan for my family's meals. Meals that I've been sharing with you in hopes to inspire you in creating something similar to your family adding your own personal touches. You have and that is why almost a year later I keep writing this blog and enjoying each and every one of my readers!
Caramel Apple Biscuot Cups Recipe, give your breakfast pastries a sweet twist with these caramel apple filling! The flavors of fall in one delicious warm and sticky biscuit! #caramelapple #breakfastpastries #fallrecipes

This particular recipe started as one thing and ended as another...don't we all do that once in a while? My guys liked it, they smiled and some licked their little fingers and that was enough validation to me.
But enough of that lady and back to the biscuits, lol...I'm sure you are going to like them. I even drizzled more caramel sauce over them after they were done...yummm!

Thank you for visiting the blog my friends! Halloween is only 10 days away....(And still no costume, ugh!), Give these apples with or without the biscuits cups a try. As I said they are delicious with just plain ice cream, but if you have left overs...go ahead and stuff your morning biscuits with them and give your usual breakfast a sweet tasty spin!  Remember everything tastes better with a Pinch of Love!

Besitos,
Lizy

Caramel Apple Biscuit Cups
Ingredients:
3 Green Apples
1 Cup Brown Sugar
4 TBSP Butter
1/2  Cup Cream 
Pinch of salt
1 tsps vanilla 
1 tsps lemon juice
1.2 tsps cinnamon
1/2 tsps nutmeg
1/2 tsps allspice
1 can  (8) Grands Honey Butter Biscuits
Directions:
Heat up oven at 350F
For caramel apples:
Peel and diced apples. Pour 1 tsp of lemon juice on the apples, mix. Add cinnamon, nutmeg and all spice, mix and set aside.
In a saucepan on medium heat add and mix brown sugar, butter cream and a pinch of salt. Cook until bubbly and semi thickened for about 3-5 minutes. Remove from heat and add vanilla. Mix.
Add this sauce to the apples, make sure all the apples are coated by the caramel. Place in the oven, cover with aluminum foil   and cook  until apples are soft but not mushy, about 20 minutes. 
Remove from oven, let it cool a bit before serving over ice cream or just eating right out of a bowl.
For Caramel Apples Biscuit Cups:
Heat up oven to 375F
Take 2 biscuits from the can, put them together between 2 sheets of wax paper and using a rolling pin,  roll them flat until you get a circle approximately 5 -5 1/2 inches each. You will get 4 circles out of a can.
Using a jumbo nonstick muffin pan, place each circle on the muffin cup. Make sure the biscuit dough is covering the bottom and sides of the muffin cup. Spoon the apple mixture on each dough cup  almost all the way to the top. Place in the oven and bake for 20 minutes. Remove and cool before serving. 

Prep Time 20 minutes                        Bake Time 20 minutes                               Serves 4

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14 comments:

  1. These really sound delicious! =)
    Sorry to hear about your little ones accident.

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  2. Yummy-yummy! I haven't seen or heard any comments about bloggers, and it might be a good thing :)

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  3. They sound delicious, and I laughed at your editor of a grocery list.

    I'm not at all surprised you have a degree from a uni.
    I'm not at all surprised that your family ranks way more important than that or anything else.

    And, and you already know this, I think you could be the creator and editor of a glossy magazine article, magazine period, or recipe book. Without a doubt. Some people have a knack/niche, and you're def. one of those folks.

    Good luck finding the Halloween costume!!

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  4. These look super YUMMY! Thank you for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday.

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  5. Just had lunch, and wishing I had THIS for my sweet tooth!

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  6. Hi Lizy, These look so incredibly yummy. I can't wait to try them. M.S. thinks she is the expert on everything, and she annoys the hell out of me. Forget about her. Love, Janet

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  7. I will definitely make these! I am up to my ears in apples! The caramel sauce sounds delicious!

    Hope your little one is all better now! Visiting from Jen's party. I love your blog!

    XO
    Jane

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  8. OMG, my kids would absolutely adore these (me too, but it's easier to say I'm doing it for the kids).

    I say on my blog all the time that I'm no baker (or cook or foodie) just a mom who bakes to relieve stress and shares recipes because I'm asked to. I say it because I choose to, it infuriates me that we all feel that we need to say things like this in our defense because we, as a group, have been publicly criticized. Absurd!

    I hope your little one is OK, sounds like he had a tough experience.

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  9. I'd rather get recipe ideas from a real, down to earth person than some smug celebrity figure who has a staff to do all the dirty work!

    Sorry to hear about the little one's accident, but it sounds like all is well (?).

    Thank you for linking these sweet, sticky biscuit cups. They look dangerous!

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  10. Thank you so much for linking this recipe up at Recipe Sharing Monday! The new link party is up and I'd love to see you back. Have a great week. :)

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  11. Are you kidding, your pictures didn't come out!? They look wonderful and delicious to me! Thanks for sharing on Pinworthy Projects!

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  12. OMG! THose look soooooo good, you can almost smell them all the way here! Glad you're weekend turned out ok.

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  13. Yum! These look great! Thanks so much for linking up to Monday Funday!!

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  14. These look awesome! They'd sure be a comfort after a hard day. Thank you for linking this up at Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop!

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