Homemade applesauce

I always have apples in my kitchen, and it is usual that I make applesauce. It is perfect to have ready for breakfast, dessert or even as an ingredient for dinner.

You need:

3 kg Apples
1 stevia spoon
2 teaspoons Locust Bean Gum
1cup apple juice

Based on the amount of apples, you will need to change the amount of stevia and Locust Bean Gum.

  • Peal, clean and chop the apples, have them in a big casserole add 1-cup apple juice. Bring it to a boil and let it simmer on a very low heat for approximately 40 minutes.
  • Mash the apples, add stevia and Locust Bean Gum
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Apple breakfast

Good morning with fresh apples!! It is the season for apples and apples are delicious, healthy and you can basically make anything with them!

Just for you:

1 Apple
2 tablespoons Yoghurt
2 tablespoons Blueberries
1 tablespoon Walnuts
1 tablespoon Spelt
1 tablespoon Flaxseeds
Agave

Blend it together,have agave on top!

Apple crust with almonds

5 Apples
½ cup resins
1-tablespoon cinnamon
1 Cup almonds
2 tablespoons oat bran
½ Cup walnuts
3 tablespoons agave (or more)
2 tablespoons of low fat milk
Unsalted butter for the baking pan

Low fat yoghurt

  1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees C.
  2. Peal and slice the apples,  have them in the baking pan, add raisins and cinnamon. Pulse almonds or chop them, combine with oat bran, chopped walnuts, agave and low fat milk and blend it together. Have the paste over the apples and bake for approximately 20 minutes until the crust is slightly brown. Serve with yoghurt and agave!

Apple tartlets

 

For two:

Crust:
1 Cup spelled flakes
2 spoons sesame seeds
1 tea spoon extra virgin oconut oil
2 spoons agave

Fill:
1 kg Apples ( I always make more for later)
1 stevia spoon
2 tea spoon Locust Bean Gum
1/2 cup apple juice ( I buy from a local farmer )

Topping:
1 cup cottage cheese
3 spoons oat bran
3 spoons walnuts
1 spoon extra virgin coconut oil
2 spoons agave

Start with the fill; clean and peal apples, chop them in small bites and blend with the rest of the ingredients and let it simmer on a medium low heat for about 40 minutes. Crust: Pulse the dry ingredients in the food processor, and combine with the rest of the ingredients in a bowl, place the crust on the baking paper and shape it in two circles. Topping: blend everything together in a bowl. I used the baking paper to support the fill and topping as you can see it in the picture. Place the filling first and then the topping. Bake on approx. 200 degrees Celsius for about 15 minutes. The topping should get brow not burned. Remove the baking paper before serving!