Really Easy Apple Puree
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Really Easy Apple Puree

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Serves 3

A simple, healthy and delicious recipe for a nutritious yet still tasty snack.

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Ingredients

  • 5-6 medium sized apples, preferably of different varieties (braeburn, cox, gala)
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnomon
  • 1 tablespoon low calorie sweetener (eg: Splenda)

Method

    1. Wash the apples then peel, core and slice them.
    2. Place the apples in a large pan and then put in enough water to cover them up.
    3. Bring apples to the boil, then gently simmer for 15-20 minutes or until soft.
    4. Drain the apples, then, using a hand blender/ potato masher or spoon, mash the apples into a thick puree
    5. Place in the fridge to cool before serving.

Comments, questions and tips

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marigold1232009
18th Aug, 2014
What about using unrefined sugar, Muscovado sugar would be great. Splenda is full of chemicals.
zarasteedman
13th May, 2013
4.05
when do you add the cinnamon and splenda eitherwise, fairly easy
camposgalan
25th Dec, 2012
Thanks for the recipe, it was really easy to do; in my opinion it wasn't sweet enough, I'd change the 1 tbsp of sweetener for 2 tbsp of caster sugar.
jeannie960
14th Jan, 2012
easy peasy thank you :)
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