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This recipe is absolutely decadent tasting, yet it is low in fat, low in carbohydrates and full of nutrients. A tasty treat to enjoy any time and the kids will love it.
- 6 organic apples (any type)
- 2 organic oranges
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- 2 Tbsp organic yoghurt (use coconut, milk, soy, or other)
- 1/2 cup raspberries (fresh or frozen)
- 6 tspn grated pecans
- 1 tsp ground cinnamon
- 1/2 cup water
- Peel the skin and most of the pith (white part) from the oranges and slice 1cm thick.
- Arrange half the orange slices on the bottom of a baking dish.
- Mix the ground cinnamon with the brown sugar and add about half of it to the oranges.
- Peel the skin from the apples and set aside in cold water to prevent browning of the skin (from oxidisation).
- Add the apples to the baking tray, on top of the oranges.
- Add the rest of the orange slices on top of the oranges (add any extra slices to the bottom of the tray).
- Sprinkle the rest of the sugar over the apples and the oranges.
- Measure out 1/2 cup of the water that the apples were in and pour it over everything in the baking dish.
- Cook at low-medium heat 150°C for about 20-25 minutes (or until the apples are soft and there is a glaze on the oranges).
- Serve warm with some yoghurt, sprinkle some raspberries over the yoghurt and sprinkle some grated pecan nuts over the top.
A healthy, delicious, yet decadent-looking dessert that is low in sugar, low in fat and high in fibre. Less sugar can be used, so adjust it to taste.Advertisement
|Nutrition Information||Amount||% Daily
|Calories from fat||208||45.8%|
|Total fat||23.1 g||39.1%|
|Saturated fat||4.2 g||7.2%|
|Dietary fibre||3.6 g||12.0%|
These are approximate values.
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