FOODIE FRIDAY: Granola Stuffed Apples

2013, Food

Granola Stuffed Apples, Kate Styled Pretty, Kate Greer

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sister made this recipe first and suggested it to me since I still had a plethora of apples from picking them at
R&A Orchards! It’s simple, easy, healthy and delicious, which makes it the perfect dessert!

Mix 2 tablespoons of brown sugar and melted butter to 4 tablespoons of granola per apple.  If you have an apple corer then your kitchen is more advanced than mine.  I just cut out the core with a paring knife, but use whatever where to purchase phentermine hydrochloride method that keeps all your fingers and hallows out the apple.

Fill each apple with the granola mixture and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes! Honestly, this recipe is easier than apple pie! Prep time took 10 minutes and the 30 minutes baking is perfect for watching some TV, reading a book or folding laundry.

Granola Stuffed Apples, Kate Styled Pretty, Kate Greer

I baked the apples with the tops just because they looked cute, but it’ s not necessary.


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