Ginger apples with a thick lemon cream

Ginger apples with thick and raw lemon cream - ATLS

I am the busiest of all bees at the moment. The danish Food Festival is just around the corner and I have spend the last couple of days planning, shopping and decorating all kind of deliciousness just in time to present our porridge cookbook and workshops this friday, saturday and sunday.
I have already presented one of the lovely porridge recipes that we will be serving Beetroot & Quinoa Pot, and I just thought instead of cheating you of a recipe this week I wanted to share another recipe from our awesome porridge repertoire. This recipe is from the dessert category, it is a bit of a classic with a twist. Apple season has just begun (HURRAH) and what better way to celebrate it than making a sweet and tangy apple compote served with a raw and delicious cream made thick with help from juicy, organic lemons, yum! It is a very simple dessert and many people living in scandinavia will be stumbling over apples for the next couple of months, we just need to pick them up, make a compote and keep it in the fridge or store it in the freezer – and we’ll will have a base for a super easy and healthy dessert any day, any time!
The amount of sugar and cooking time depend on the variety of apples. Choose a sweet variety if you want to avoid the addition of sugar and be sure to keep an eye on them as they cook and adjust the time according to your apples. You can add more water if necessary and remember to season to taste.
At last I want to repeat myself and invite all of you (those of you visiting Århus this weekend at least) to come say hallo at the Karolines Køkken stand at the Food Festival. We will be doing 3 porridge workshops a day and serve tasty treats in between. You can also get a free copy of the porridge cookbook, with my photos and food styling inside, and have a chat with us about porridge, dairy, foods and fun!

Ginger apples with thick and raw lemon cream - ATLS

Ginger apples with thick and raw lemon cream - ATLS

  1. Maria TadicMaria Tadic09-04-2013

    This looks like a perfect refreshing fall dessert! I love anything with apples! I bet honeycrisp would work well since they are soooo sweet!

    • Josephine MaleneJosephine Malene09-05-2013

      I bet honeycrisp will be perfect! And yup, dessert, brekkie and snack, its good for all!

  2. KatrineKatrine09-05-2013

    Glæder mig til at se jer på food festival fredag :-)

  3. SophieSophie09-09-2013

    Jeg følger ivrigt med i dine opskrifter, og gør tit min kæreste glad når der kommer nye opskrifter på din fine blog. En gang imellem er der bare nogle virkelig yndlings iblandt – denne er en af dem!
    WOW hvor er det her lækkert!
    Tak for en skøn blog og masser af inspiration

    • Josephine MaleneJosephine Malene09-10-2013

      Det gør mig så glad at høre! Dejligt at I nyder opskrifterne og finder nye yndlings retter – mad er det bedste!

  4. This looks delicious! I’ll definitely be trying it out.

  5. LL09-15-2013

    Wow, I have now tried 4 of your recipes and every single one is so so yummy! I just made the ginger apples with thick lemon cream – this will now make a regular appearance in my little kitchen! Holy cow, I love these recipes. Thank you for posting them! :)

    • Josephine MaleneJosephine Malene09-16-2013

      You are so very welcome – I love hearing that the recipe get used and become favourites too, yay!!

  6. ShannaShanna09-15-2013

    Yummmm, this looks delicious! <3 Just gorgeous.

  7. DinaDina09-23-2013

    sounds delish!

  8. MariaMaria09-27-2013

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! This is one of the most wonderful apple recipes I’ve seen this year (and I see many, I tell you!)
    Check out my take on your recipe, where I give you credit (in portuguese…):
    http://belitaarainhadoscouratos.blogs.sapo.pt/274698.html

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