The discovery of an over-sized apple in our pantry prompted the creation of this night-time (let's call it dinner?) treat. I used a less-than-quartered pie crust recipe, so it ended up being these ingredients cut together until they were of a mealy consistency:
1/2 c. flour
2 tbsp butter
sprinkle of salt
The crust, molded into the carefully-hollowed apple, was filled with a mixture of the apple innards, cinnamon, and a bit o' sugar.
And after being neglected in the oven for the length of a Phase 10 game with Moth and Beak, it came out warm and soft and tasting of home.