Caramel apples are a favorite pastime treat for almost everyone. We’d go to the Fair with the family and get a sticky, gooey, caramel-y apple on a stick. And while our tongues may have loved that sweet treat, our bodies didn’t. We’d experience a sugar high then a crash and put ourselves at a higher risk for diabetes and obesity. Fortunately, there are delicious and healthy substitutes out there for almost all childhood treats! Below is a baked caramel apple recipe that will take you right back to those days as a kid without any of the unhealthy side effects… it will even boost your “skinny hormone” level! How do you like them apples?!
-4 organic granny smith apples
-Purium Tropic Oil
-Purium Gluten Free Caramel Apple Daily Fiber Blend
-Preheat oven to 350 degrees
-Line cookie sheet with unbleached parchment paper
-Mix melted coconut oil with Daily Fiber Blend until you’ve reached a nut butter consistency
-Dip apple slices in mixture
-Place on cookie sheet
-Bake for 15 minutes
Are there measurements for this recipe?
The measurements change according to one’s taste. You can start of with 2 or 3 tablespoons off the oil and then mix in the Daily Fiber according to how much taste you want. Then go from there to your liking. Alternatively, you can coat your apple slices with coconut oil and garnish them with 1 scoop/tablespoon of Daily Fiber.
Hope this helps!
Have you ever mixed it with plain Greek yogurt?
We have not, but that sounds yummy. Just be sure to mix well.