Buttery Cinnamon Apples
Prep Time: 10 Min | Cook Time: 30 Min
- 1 8 Apples
- 2 Cinnamon (To Taste)
- 3 Sugar (To Taste)
- 4 2 Sticks Of Butter
- 5 1/4 Cup Of Brown Sugar
I don’t know about you, but baked cinnamon apples were a staple when I went to my grandma’s house. Such a basic easy thing that it’s almost impossible to screw it up, and for the most part, you can eyeball the whole thing, but how can we make it better? I mean, what if we took it and smoked it?
- First, you’re going to want to peel your apples; at least I’m going to want to. You can leave the skins on if you want; I prefer them almost applesauce level of soft.
- Whether you leave the skins on or off, you definitely want to remove the core. Only a complete lunatic would leave the core in the apple and try to eat it.
- I used about 8 apples in my cook and added two full sticks of quartered butter to them. No need to pre melt; your smoker is going to do that work.
- Now you’ll want to hit it with a generous helping of cinnamon and sugar. You really can do this to your taste; I’m going to go heavy because, I mean, I’m not doing this for health and prosperity over here.
- We are going to toss them in the smoker at 300 degrees for about half an hour, and then we are going to pull them and add about ¼ cup of brown sugar.
- Toss it back in the smoker, mine took about another 30 minutes, and that’s it. It’s probably the easiest thing you’ll ever cook.