This heat, sweet, and spiced Total30 apple dessert is so easy and gentle, it warrants a spot in your day to day rotation. You’re basically cooking apples with cinnamon, then drizzling them with some velvety, syrupy sweet sauce. We like to think of it as a deconstructed apple pie.
Because there is no additional sugar in this recipe, it’s very best to choose ripe, in-time apples if you can, because they will have the most all-natural sweetness. The mix of coconut cream and dates yields a sauce that tastes just like caramel, but leaves you emotion very good.
Makes 2 servings
How to Make It
- In a large skillet soften the coconut oil in excess of medium-significant heat.
- Incorporate the sliced apples, sprinkle with cinnamon. Prepare dinner, stirring sometimes, right up until softened, about 5 minutes.
- In a blender, merge the coconut cream, day syrup, and kosher salt. Mix right until pale in shade and carefully whipped.
- Divide the warm apples in between two bowls and drizzle the sauce around major.
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