I was in the mood for cheap, healthy and clean desert, with vitamins, no dough, no flour and no sugar. An I made it. Like this:
I went to the market place and chose a kilogram of apples, the unwaxed, beautiful and healthy type, with a black spot here and there.
I removed the core and the seeds of the apples.
I stuffed the apples with pineapple from compote and with honey. I sprinkled some cinnamon over the honey. I placed the apples in a tray in which I poured pineapple juice and I put it into the oven, for a quarter of an hour at 200 degrees Celsius.
I chose to keep the apple skins on in order to protect them and prevent losing too much of their juice. It’s also tasty.
I complemented the flavor of the desert with cream, an experimental vanilla sauce (this is where you draw the conclusion that I won’t be posting the recipe any time soon) and with forest fruit jam. And a bit of cocoa (this was more for image than for taste).
The basil leaf was an inspired choice. I could have chosen a leaf of mint, but it wouldn’t have made such a great match with the cream and the flavor of the pineapple.
Come on, one last look and it’s done :-).