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Please give Anna from Rules of Dieting a warm welcome to the site today! She is stopping by to share a delicious (and uber simple) recipe perfect for fall! If you love apples, this is a must try! ~Jessica
If you like apples, you will love this recipe 🙂 The other day I bought some apples as I was keen to create a snack that was easy, quick, and healthy. After some thinking, I came up with a super easy recipe… Simply coat the apple wedges with ginger and bake them.
I have never done this before, so I didn’t know what to expect.
Well, it turned out amazing! I love how the ginger cuts through the sweetness of the apples. A perfect balances of awesome flavors! You can also add these apple wedges to a yogurt, porridge, as a topping for a cake, etc.
I am sure many of you know that ginger is very healthy. It is one of those spices I call a “super spice”. Here are some of the health benefits:
- reduces pain and inflammation
- fights numerous types of cancer, like ovarian, colon, etc.
- helps with improving your immune system
- helps with absorbing many essential nutrients
- great remedy for morning sickness
- improves circulation
- and many many others!
So… are you going to incorporate more ginger to your diet? I add it to my green tea, porridge, stir-fries, baked apples, etc. The possibilities are endless!
- 2 large apples
- 1 tsp of organic ground ginger
- Wash the apples and slice them into thin wedges. You can peel the apples if you wish, but I keep the skin on (as it is super yummy and full of nutrients). Place the wedges in a baking tray, sprinkle a teaspoon of ground ginger on the top and gently mix the ginger in with your hands.
- Place the tray in the preheated oven (180 degrees) for about 20 minutes. Check the apples after 10 minutes, mix them around with a spatula and place them back in the oven.
- Take them out of the oven once they soften up and start to brown up.
- Leave it to chill before serving.
- Don't they taste delicious? If you prefer stronger flavor, add more ginger next time.
About Anna from Rules of Dieting
Anna is a Certified Nutrition & Wellness Consultant. She loves cooking healthy meals and always try to go for the minimum amount of ingredients. She believe that you can create a delicious dish with a handful of healthy and nutritious ingredients.
Anna blogs at Rules of Dieting about healthy (dairy & egg free) recipes, nutrition, weight loss success stories and a healthy lifestyle. Her goal is to motivate you to take care of yourself and get you on a path to a much healthier YOU. Her motto is: “One small change can make a big difference.”