A meal is never complete without a dessert. Never. When the last crumb and dollop of sauce has been scraped from plate my tongue yells out "What's next?!?". Craving something sweet I'll scour the pantry, looking for some bright-coloured wrapped candy. But alas, it is never there.
Long ago I've learnt some self-restraint when doing shopping. If I had my way I would have probably looked like one of those hippos the Japanese tourists point at and take photos of on an African safari.
In order not to join my friends for a dip in their muddy swimming pool I am constantly on the lookout for "healthy" desserts. Autumn came and the shops are filled with apples. What you just can't miss is England's favourite cooking apple, called the Bramley.
The Bramley apple is extremely tart when eaten raw, but when cooked the flesh becomes light and fluffy. Visit the Bramley Apple website for more information like facts and history.
If you don't have Bramleys where you live, don't despair because there are a lot of other cooking apples to choose from like Granny Smith. This recipe is easy to prepare and is especially satisfying indeed.
You should totally try this dessert with pink custard!