Definition of baked apple in English:

baked apple

Pronunciation /ˌbeɪkt ˈapl/

noun

  • 1An apple which has been baked whole in its skin, typically cored and with the cavity filled with sugar, butter, and often dried fruit and spices.

  • 2North American dialect (chiefly Canadian). The fruit of the cloudberry, Rubus chamaemorus (more fully "baked apple berry").

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Robert Burton (1577–1640), writer. From baked + apple.