Here are a couple of ways that you like them Amazing Apples.
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Gluten-Free Savory Baked Apples from Patricia Herlevi
I enjoy baking apples. My pre-gluten-free recipe included sweeter apples of your choice,cinnamon,ginger (as much as little as you prefer),rolled oats and sweetened with spiced apple cider. You can add butter or Earth Balance too for a buttery taste.
My current recipe (gluten-free) I pre-cook quinoa and amaranth,then add to sweet apples (after they have baked halfway). I bake the apples in Earth Balance,cinnamon,ginger,water and tossing in a handful of raisins or spiced apple cider sweetens the crisps.
Then after the apples have baked I mix in either tahini or almond butter.
I prefer my apple crisps on the savory side and don’t like the traditional apple crisps which has brown sugar and other disagreeable sweeteners. My current version contains protein from the quinoa and seed/nut butters. I drink a glass of unsweetened organic soymilk with the apple crisps,but that can be substituted with any type of milk or non-milk beverage. Try spiced apple cider.
Grab-n-GO from Pauline Lowman
My favorite way to eat apples from the Co-op is just grab and go. I will select the smaller ones for a perfectly sized light snack for my on the go times,which is nearly all the time. I wash them as soon as I get them home and then make two piles,one for home and one for work. The ones for home are almost immediately raided,almost before they hit the fruit bowl. The ones I take to work are placed in a my bag and taken to work the following day where they find their new home on my desktop.
Anyone in my homeroom is free to have an apple or piece of fruit.
This is one way we help set the example to our students.