Cinnamon Apples & Berries

Cinnamon Apples & Berries

Here is a delicious vegan breakfast option for you guys!

Ingredients:

1 Teaspoon Allspice

1 Tablespoon Cinnamon

2-5 Apples (Lady Alice, Braeburn or Pink Lady)

1 Cup Raspberries or Blueberries

My favorite apples for this recipe are the Lady Alice variety; however Pink Lady or Braeburn will work as well.  For the sake of tartness, I would not recommend using Red Delicious apples.

Lady Alice Apples

After you have washed your apples, it’s time to cube them.

Chopped Apples

If time is an issue for you in the mornings, you could chop these ahead of time.  Keep the apples from oxidizing by spritzing with a bit of lemon juice.

Next, we add the spices.

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1 teaspoon of Allspice
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1 tablespoon of Cinnamon

Combine the apples in spices in a medium sized pot.  I like to use a large wooden spoon to mix everything together.

Apples and Spices

Once combined, add just enough water to cover the apples.  Place the pot on the stove top and proceed to let the mixture simmer for about 7-10 minutes. You will know it is time to add the berries when the apples are squishy.

Raspberries

The berries should only be on the heat long enough for their color to brighten.  Watch this carefully, because they will quickly turn dull if left too long.  When you’re ready, remove the mixture from heat, place in a bowl, and enjoy!

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