Honey-Cinnamon-Apple Bake

In a quest to find a suitable food to demolish in a bout of self-pitying hunger-comfort eating, I threw together this concoction that has become somewhat a staple in my fridge this past week. My father had left a few juicy cooking apples on the sideboard, and with a tempting jar of (natural) honey and a little sprinkle of cinnamon, my hunger was sated.

Depending on the size of the tin you should need only 2-3 apples, but more if you aim to bake a cake size meal.

1) Core and slice the apples into thin strips.
2) Layer onto the bottom of a lined baking tray.
3) When one layer is finished, drizzle a teaspoon of honey over the apples, followed by a nice dusting of cinnamon.
4) Layer more slices on top of the honey and cinnamon, followed again my further honey and cinnamon. 
5) Keep going! When you have either reached the tin-limits or run out of apples, pour more honey on top and even more cinnamon - bake in the oven at around gas mark 4-5 for approximately 20 mins, or until the apples turn golden brown and crispy. When they are crispy on top, they should be mush and saucy on bottom....perfection!
6) EAT. 

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