No Sugar Added Stewed Cinnamon Apples are easy to make, filled with adaptogens and warming spices.
I’ve been making these cinnamon stewed apples, all the time now, it is a little bit ridiculous. I mean they are SO easy and SO good, I can’t help myself. The best part is they don’t have any added sugar and make the best topping for just about anything.
I’ve bene cooking up stewed apple for the last couple months, and I literally make a good amount on the weekends and then munch through them throughout the week. I eat them with coconut yogurt, and some other goodies in my fall fat bowls. I like them with pancakes, waffles, on my oats and by themselves. They are SO good and mega easy to make.
I love that you can use the apples of your choice, whatever is in season and somehow create this delicious pot of goodness that will keep you house smelling amazing and you feeling great.
Apples have so many health benefits, they are great for your digestion since they have their own kind of unique fiber content, which is great for improving your digestion and keeping you feeling good. PLUS did you know that studies have shown that apples are associated with reducing the risk of heart disease, diabetes and cholesterol.
I like to keep fruit as a topping and not a main, so as I mentioned earlier this is great of ray fat bowls which is essentially, coconut yogurt (tons of healthy fats), ground flaxseeds, some raw nuts and seeds, the apples and a drizzle of some sort of nut butter. I also like to top my paleo waffles or pancakes with these apples instead of syrup or something. It is great on some toasted gluten free bread with almond butter. You wanna listen to your body and see what works for you, for me, pairing a carb like these apples with healthy fats and protein works best for me.
Also with the months getting cooler, I do like to start my mornings with something warm, my body craves. Remember it’s all about what you feel is right.
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HOW TO MAKE THESE EASY + YUMMY CINNAMON APPLES
4-6 large apples, cored and roughly chopped
2 T of vanilla ghee- I like using the Fourth & Heart Ghee
2 T of ground cinnamon
1 T of pumpkin pie spice
2 tsp of He Shou Wu – I get mine from Root & Bones
a pinch of salt
a little bit of black pepper
a couple slightly crushed cardamom pods
ALL YOU REALLY NEED TO DO IS
In a medium size saucepan, add all the ingredients and enough water that the apples are coerced. I add about 1 -1/2 cups of water. Cook with the lid off on medium low heat for about 15-25 minutes, until they are tender. I like mine with still a shape to them, I don’t want mush mush. Serve warm or at room temperature. Store in an airtight container for up to a week.