These came together incredibly easily. I actually had all the ingredients on hand. That included buttermilk and dried apples. I chose to make the drop version because, quite frankly, it was easy. I would say my only mistake was using a pre-grated cheddar cheese. I have some eight year old cheddar that I thought about grating up. But then I thought again. It's too good for cooking. Next go round, though, I'll use a stronger flavored cheddar. And believe me, there will be a next go round.
The apples on the surface did brown a little quickly, but I liked the toasty taste. They are best eaten the day they are made, but they were still pretty respectable two days later out of the toaster oven.
Here it is just out of the oven. Mmmmmm.
Here it is plated and seemingly upside down. I can't get the Image Browser to cooperate with me.
Well, from any angle, it was delicious! (See how I worked that in. Made my mistake seem clever)
Next week is perfect for this weekend's festivities. We'll be making and serving up Double Crusted Blueberry Pie. Thanks Amy from South in Your Mouth for the choice.