Apple Pie Baked Apples

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Crave apple pie? Me too-and not just on Thanksgiving. My Apple Pie Baked Apples are a tasty way to use up leftover apples lying around, although apples don’t last long in our house since we eat them constantly! We are big apple fans around here! This is one of the easiest Paleo dessert recipes you could make and tastes delicious!

Fall is in full swing and I couldn’t be more excited! As you all know, fall is my favorite time of the year. And next week is Halloween! Can you believe that?! The month of October is nearly over. I can’t believe how fast this month is flying by. I love the holiday’s, all of the recipes, the food videos to be made, the festive outings and the memories made with family. It’s truly the best time of year! And since we are super close to all things holidays (I vote that the holidays officially start on Halloween!) This is the perfect time of year to start thinking about all things gifts! And since gifts are at the top of everyone’s minds, what a better gift to give than my cookbook!

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I wrote a cookbook which is not only a huge life accomplishment, but it also makes a wonderful gift for that foodie or buddying foodie in your life. You can purchase The 5-Ingredient Paleo Cookbook here. It’s currently at the pre-order price so be sure and order it before the debut date of November 20th to get the best price!

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Today’s recipe is actually from my cookbook and is one of my favorite fall dessert recipes! I’ve got my Apple Pie Baked Apples recipe for you guys. This is the easiest, yummiest, Paleo recipe and it’s perfect for fall! If you are full on Paleo and you need a dessert for Thanksgiving, bookmark this recipe and add it to your Pinterest feed because this will be your go-to on Turkey Day as a healthy dessert option!

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All you for this easy, Paleo dessert recipe are apples (I suggest using different varieties, especially for kiddos!) chopped pecans, honey, ground cinnamon, and vanilla extract. That’s it! This dessert recipe is super easy-peezy to make and uses only fresh, simple ingredients.

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My Apple Pie Baked Apples will remind you of the holiday’s and will give you that delicious apple-pie taste that we all know and love!

Pro Tip: Remember to save the tops of your apples. You want to save them so that your cute little apples resemble mini apple pies. Also, my favorite apples for this recipe are honey-crisp apples. Honey-crisp apples are the best because they have a crips, bright, sweet, honey taste to them. They are hands down my favorite apple to eat! I’m obsessed with apples. :)

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I can’t wait for you guys to make this recipe! Be sure and tag me in your recipe posts on Instagram @fittyfoodlicious using the hashtag #The5IngredientPaleoCookbook. I love, love, love seeing my recipes in your kitchens!

Also, if you guys pre-order my cookbook please TAG me on Instagram or send me a message so I can share your posts!

With love,

Genevieve

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Apple Pie Bake Apples

Crave apple pie? Me too-and not just on Thanksgiving. My Apple Pie Baked Apples are a tasty way to use up leftover apples lying around, although apples don’t last long in our house since we eat them constantly. We are big apple fans around here. This is one of the easiest and tasties Paleo dessert recipes you could make!

Serves: 4-6

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Ingredients:
  • 6-large apples (any variety)
  • 1-cup pecans (optional)
  • 1/3-cup honey
  • 1-tablespoon ground cinnamon
  • 1-tablespoon vanilla extract

Instructions:
  1. Preheat the oven to 375-degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
  2. Cut off the tops of each apple, reserving them, and spoon out the core. Be patient with this step as it does take some time depending on how many apples you are coring.
  3. In a medium bowl, combine the diced apple, pecans, honey, cinnamon, and vanilla. Fill each hollowed-out apple with the apple mixture. Cover each apple with it’s reserved top. Place the filled apples on the prepared baking sheet.
  4. Bake for 30-35 minutes, or until the apples are nice and crispy and the skins starts to brown.
  5. Top with a heaping scoop of coconut ice cream, optional.
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