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July 8, 2012 / Food Follower

Experimenting with Apples: Baked Apples with Oats and Honey

Breakfast and apples are two of my favorite things, but for some reason, I rarely eat an apple for breakfast. I want that to change, so this morning, I decided to core some granny smith apples and bake them with oats and honey. The apples were warm, tart, sweet from the honey, and very comforting. I do recommend trying them, but they would be even better in the winter when you crave something warm yet want to be healthy too. I was surprised how filling one apple was.

I followed the recipe from theKitchn. I substituted brown sugar with honey, added raisins, and did not include nutmeg. I also peeled the top third of each apple and sprinkled it with cinnamon. One recommendation – cut the bottom of each apple, so that the bottoms are flat. This will make the apples easier to handle as they will stand up straight and not wobble.

Enjoy!

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  1. TheGreaTeaScape / Jul 9 2012 4:14 am

    My mum used to cook something like this, but without Oats, just loads and loads of raisins!!! It was GREAT!!! 😀

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