Eve’s Apple Pie A’La Mode Parfait for One

Why the name “Eve” in the title of this recipe?

Because this delectable apple dessert is so sinfully tempting.

And why only a recipe for one?

Because you won’t want to share this delight with just any Adam.

After coming up with this the other night, I had to make another one the next night- it’s THAT good. A combination of fruit, spice, and ice cream that takes you into a relaxful bliss- making you feel almost ashamed to be eating it while taking a bubble bath in your birthday suit.

Ingredients:

French Vanilla Ice Cream

One Pink Lady Apple (or your apple of choice, I suppose)

1 tbsp Butter

1 tbps Honey

1 tbsp Brown Sugar

1 Dash of Cinnamon

4 crushed Graham cracker squares

Directions:

1. Peel apple before slicing off small “chip” size pieces until you are down to the core.

2. Put apple pieces, butter, brown sugar, honey, and cinnamon all in a small saucepan and heat to boiling- stirring often. Lower heat and let simmer for a couple minutes until apples are tender and sauce is syrupy.

3. Begin to layer your parfait: crushed graham cracker as “crust”, spoonful of hot apple mix as “pie feeling”, and scoop of ice cream “a’la mode”. Repeat. Top with crushed graham cracker, remaining apples, and as much of the syrup as you can get out of the pan.

4. Enjoy and try to not feel guilty about keeping it to yourself.

(Sorry the picture isn’t great- I wish you could smell it, see it, and taste it for yourself! I guess if you follow this recipe you’ll be able to!)

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