7 Healthy And Amazing Recipes For All Those Fall Apples

One of the greatest things about fall is the abundance of apples that comes our way! Who doesn't love the juicy crunch of a fresh apple? And apple pie, my goodness apple pie is wonderful and once you start eating it, it can be hard to stop. It is no secret that apples are good for you as they are loaded with fiber and antioxidants but eating them alone can get boring and apple pie isn't exactly high on the list of diet approved foods. But all is not lost. Grab a bushel, slice them up and get cooking! [bctt tweet="And not one of them is a dessert!"] Sweet Morning Oatmeal: chia-caramel-w724 Apples make a great addition to your chia seed pudding or overnight oats. Throw some oats or chia seeds, almond milk and apples into a mason jar or a container and leave them in the fridge overnight. And voila, it is ready for morning! Apple Pie for Breakfast: apple-smoothie-w724 Okay, so not really a pie but a smoothie! Use your favourite base -- almond milk and banana, for example -- add fresh ginger, ground cinnamon, walnuts and vanilla extract. Healthy French Toast: apple-french-toast-w724 Bake some apple slices with a bit of cinnamon, coconut oil and maple syrup. Add a little dollup of Greek yogurt for a hit of protein. A Flavorful Salad: apple-salad-w724 Not everyone likes fruit in their salad so instead, blend up some apples with olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and sea salt. Easy tangy dressing! A Delicious Soup: cinnamon-soup-w724 When the chill hits the air, there is little more satisfying than a soup. Apple-ginger soup is guaranteed to warm you up. Add apples, coconut oil, water, cinnamon, ginger, maple syrup, vanilla extract and sea salt to a pot, boil for 3 minutes and then place in a blender, blend, pour and serve. Shake Up a Healthier Martini: apple-martini-w724 Make a real appletini using fresh apple juice, lemon, ginger, apple cider vinegar and cinnamon. Garnish with fresh ginger and cinnamon sticks for a fancy little cocktail. Warm Up With Apple Tea: apple-cider-w724 On those nights when you want to stay in and hibernate, heat some water, apples, and cinnamon on the stove. You don't even have to add a sugar or a tea bag. Calming in a cup! They all look so good! Where will you start? Source: Glamour [caption id="attachment_118871" align="alignnone" width="100"]@BodyRockOfficial @BodyRockOfficial[/caption] [caption id="attachment_118872" align="alignnone" width="100"]@BodyRockTV @BodyRockTV[/caption]  

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