Baked Cinnamon Apples — A Paleo Approved Holiday Treat

Posted on 07. Dec, 2011 by in Recipes

Raise your hand if you had apple pie so far this hol­i­day sea­son? If your Thanks­giv­ing was any­thing like mine, you can raise your hand for apple pie, pump­kin pie… and three or four other desserts.

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Don’t worry, there is a healthy Paleo way to get your “apple pie fix”, and it’s ridicu­lously deli­cious. It’s so good, I would pick this over an apple pie on EVERY occasion.

Baked Cin­na­mon Apples – “Paleo Apple Pie”

 Ingre­di­ents

-       Apples of your choice (Fuji’s are great if you like a sweet apple, or Granny Smith if you like an apple that is more tart)

-       Organic But­ter (prefer­ably grass fed)

-       Ground Cinnamon

 Direc­tions

-       Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees

-       Cut the major­ity of the core out of the apple, leav­ing the bot­tom in place.

-       Place apples on bak­ing sheet (some juices will run)

-       Stuff 1 tbsp. but­ter into each apple

-       Sprin­kle with cinnamon

-       Bake for 15 to 25 min­utes, depend­ing on how soft you like your apples.

-       Serve in a bowl because the juices will run and you want to be able to soak them up with the apple.

-       Sprin­kle with addi­tional cin­na­mon if desired and enjoy!

 This is a great recipe that really sat­is­fies that crav­ing for apple pie, but with­out the guilt.  Best of all, it fills your house with that deli­cious aroma that we all know and love!

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