Happy Sunday! If you love apples and cinnamon this recipe is for you. 🍎 I decided to make this last week and the family really loves it. I Hope you try it out as well. Enjoy and have a beautiful weekend!
For the Apple Mixture
5 Red Apples peeled and sliced. I used a softer red apple that is a bit tart. Feel free to use your favourite type of apples.
1/2 Cup Brown sugar use less if you like it tart.
1 tbs Coconut oil
For the Crumble mixture
3 Packs of Apple Cinnamon Quaker Oatmeal.
1/4 Cup Brown Sugar (Use less sugar if you like it tart)
1 Cup Harvest Crunch Granola cereal
1/4 Cup Maple Syrup
1/4 Cup Coconut oil
Place sliced apples with (The apple mixture) ingredients in a pan. Cinnamon, brown sugar and coconut oil in a frying pan and on low heat cook for 5 min.
In a bowl add the (Crumble Ingredients) apple cinnamon oatmeal, the cinnamon, harvest crunch granola cereal, maple syrup, coconut oil and brown sugar. Mix very well.
Place the apples in a pan. I used an oval corningware.
Top the apples with the Crumple.
Cook in a 350F oven for 15min. This goes really well with ice-cream.
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