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Sunday, March 21, 2021

Taste-bud Journey: Fried Apples with Bread Cubes Dessert

During the pandemic, I am taking taste-bud journeys as I self-isolate rather than physical journeys. Here is my adapted recipe for combining bread cubes and fried apples to make a delicious dessert. To my taste buds, the results tasted like the filling part of a yummy apple pie - minus the crust. This is an extremely easy two-ingredient dessert to make, eat, and enjoy!




  • 15 oz. can of Luck's Fried Apples with Cinnamon
  • 1 cup of bread cubes

Please note: I bought this can of fried apples on the chance that it might be tasty. In retrospect, I am so grateful that I did. I would definitely buy this again! 

As for the bread cubes, that was bread from the loaf I had made just recently. It was still nice and fresh.



  • Step 1: In a pot on the stove, drain the entire 15 oz. can of Luck's Fried Apples with Cinnamon into the pot.

  • Step 2: In a food processor, purée the fried apples. Then, add them into the pot. 

  • Step 3: Cook this mixture until it begins to boil, stirring occasionally.

  • Step 4: Add the bread cubes to the pot. Stir. Bring the mixture back to a boil.

  • Step 5: Then lower the heat to a simmer, add the lid, and allow it to simmer for 10 to 15 minutes.

  • Step 6: You can eat this warm or cool; although, I suspect it probably tastes a whole lot better warm.

  • Step 7: FYI - I ate about half of the mixture. To my taste buds, it tasted exactly like apple pie filling minus the crust. I then concocted a plan to use my DASH Ice Cream Maker for the first time to make homemade vanilla ice cream. I also began researching the easiest way to make pie crust. See the next two day's worth of blogs for the tasty results. LOL!

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