DVC Dining DVC Resorts General DVC Video Liberty Tree Taverns Fruited Brown Betty from 1971 | DVC Cooking November 18, 2021November 18, 2021 Paul Krieger 0 Comments disney vacation club, DVC, dvccooking, dvcdining, dvcfan, the dvc show Today with DVC Cooking join Ben Mehlan as he prepares a Fruited Brown Betty like it was served at Liberty Tree Tavern at Magic Kingdom when it opened in 1971! Let’s make this DVC villa smell like fall! Pin Print Liberty Tree Taverns Fruited Brown Betty | DVC Cooking 0 from 0 votes Recipe by Ben Mehlan Course: DVC Dining, DVC Resorts, General DVC, VideoCuisine: DessertDifficulty: Low Servings4servingsPrep time15minutesCooking time1hour Calories0kcalTotal time1hour 15minutes Today with DVC Cooking join Ben Mehlan as he prepares a Fruited Brown Betty like it was served at Liberty Tree Tavern at Magic Kingdom when it opened in 1971! Let’s make this DVC villa smell like fall! Ingredients 3 cups day-old (or lightly baked) bread pieces3/4 cup brown sugar1/4 cup white sugar (for bread)1/2 cup (1 stick) melted butter (to mix)2 cups apple slices1/2 cup white sugar (for apples)1/4 tsp cinnamon1/4 tsp nutmeg1/4 tsp allspice1/4 tsp cloves1/4 tsp salt2 tbsp melted butter (to finish) Directions Prep: Break your bread slices (approx. 3) into small pieces. If you’re making this recipe today, bake these slices at 350 degrees for 15 minutes to get the stale effect. Leave your oven at 350 – you’re already preheated!Combine bread pieces, brown sugar, and 1/4 cup of white sugar. Add 1/2 cup melted butter and mix thoroughly.Slice your apples (approx. 2, and you’ll probably have leftovers!). To get the most slices, cut all the way through just to the left of the core, lay this chunk down flat, and slice thinly. Cut these slices into three sections. Repeat with the other side, and then cut off and slice your remains, leaving an easy core to throw away! It’s important to do this just before mixing because you don’t want your apples to brown – not yet anyway!Combine your apple slices with the other 1/2 cup white sugar and all of your spices.Grease an 8” baking dish – our villa had an 8” Pyrex bowl with a glass lid (perfect for storing!) – and lay 1/3 of your bread mixture down. Next, half of your apple mixture, another 1/3 of bread mix, the other half of your apples, the last of your bread, and drizzle 2 more tablespoons of melted butter.Throw it in your 350-degree oven for 45 minutes and sit down. You’ve made magic! Recipe Video Notes These shows are now exclusively on the DVC Fan YouTube Channel – so be sure to subscribe!