Honeyed Baked Apples (GAPS, GF)

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We had this last night and liked it so well that I’m making it again tonight…

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Honeyed Baked Apples (GAPS, GF)

These were super easy and awesome.  I’m not even going to go into measurements or anything precise like that 🙂 so here it is:

Peel and core as many apples as you want.  I melted a little coconut oil in a 8×8 Pyrex baking dish.  Place apples in baking dish.  Put 1 T. raw honey in the hollowed out part.  I put 1-2 T. ghee (you could use butter or coconut oil) over each apple, dusted them liberally with cinnamon and put them in the oven.  Bake at 350 degrees for about an hour.  Midpoint, I spooned the liquid over them so they didn’t dry out.  I also decided I hadn’t been quite liberal enough with the cinnamon, so I added more. 🙂

Cool a little bit…and enjoy!  We topped ours with chopped walnuts, which are optional if you are dealing with nut allergies.

This post was shared at Real Food Foragers’ Fat Tuesdays; Intentionally Domestic’s Traditional Tuesdays; Kelly the Kitchen Kop’s Real Food Wednesdays;

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About earthmuffinmom

I am a Christian mom and wife who is watching and waiting impatiently for the Lord's return in a world that is getting nuttier by the day. My main interests are in the areas of Biblical end times/eschatology and early Genesis/creation. To understand the end...you must understand the beginning! My other passion is health and healing! Our family has also been greatly blessed over the past several years with healing through natural health and diet (generally Paleo/grain free). I love sharing this information with other people, and helping folks in their healing journeys. That being said...I am not a doctor...so I'm not responsible for any decisions you may make in regards to your own health. Other stuff: I am married to a wonderful man who I have had the privilege of having three beautiful children with. We have been married for over sixteen years. I work full time, but have the blessing of working from my home, and I homeschool my oldest child. We enjoy homesteading...and while we live in a small, rural town...we have worked hard to develop our yard into a "little bit of country in town"...complete with our "farm dog," Buddy, and five chickens. Thanks for checking out my blog!

3 responses »

  1. Even easier…do all above, but put in to a medium crock pot and turn on low overnight…wake up to baked apples. We actually leave the skins on most of the time….kids love them for breakfast!

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