On Sundays I try to roast vegetables for the week, and get ahead as much as possible…and this Sunday, as I was roasting some fennel, carrots, and brussel sprouts, I threw in some sliced apple. All I did was drizzle olive oil on the veg, and salt and pepper them. When the veg were done, I tried a piece of apple, and it was…amazing. So amazing, that I had to slice up all of our apples (they were on their way out anyway), and roast all of them. I ate them warm out of the oven as snacks, but if I was having guests over, I would serve them with ice cream. Something about the olive oil and salt (I didn’t pepper them when I did them on their own)–they just taste more complex. If you slice them thin, they crisp up–but I like them a little more soft and oozy. Make sure to put down parchment paper so you don’t make a mess of the pan.

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Comments (2)


  1. Posted by: Lena

    yum i’m definitely trying this

  2. Posted by: Naomi

    How long do you roast and at what temp?

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