I’ve been all about simple meals lately. Chicken and vegetables, steak in a salad. Fresh. Quick. Easy.
The easiest breakfast is usually eggs (over easy) with a side of spinach but i had other plans today. I was craving an apple this morning bad. I didn’t want to just eat an apple though, I really wanted a warm one. Ideally the pieces would be soft and chewy, sprinkled with cinnamon. Like warm applesauce straight from the pot.
Well, that was as easy as it appeared in my head and better than apple sauce because it was like the filling of an apple pie.
Eat this as part of breakfast (I still had my eggs…), a snack or dessert. It’s warm and tasty and works for any time of the day.
One Granny Smith apple, sliced thin
Teaspoon of ghee (or grassfed butter)
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg (optional)
The juice of half a lemon
Unsweetened coconut (optional)
Heat ghee/butter in a skillet over medium heat. When bubbly and hot, add apples.
Sprinkle with cinnamon and nutmeg and mix around.
Allow to cook for about 3 minutes then add lemon juice and stir.
Cook for another 3 minutes until apples are soft.
Remove from heat, sprinkle with coconut and dig in!