Now that the weather is getting cooler, our bodies crave warm food to nourish ourselves with. Although a chia pudding isn’t exactly warm, a topping of cooked cinnamon apples will do a fine job!
2 Tbsp of Chia Seeds
½ Cup of Coconut Milk
1 tsp of Rice Malt Syrup
1 Tbsp of Coconut Oil
1 Green Apple
Garnish with a Cinnamon stick.
There are two parts to this recipe. The first part is the Chia pudding which needs to be prepared and left overnight or at least 4 hours before hand to set.
In a bowl or glass, pour chia seeds, rice malt syrup and coconut milk. Stir until it is mixed well, then leave in the fridge overnight or for at least 4 hours.
After the chia seeds have set, slice a green apple into small wedge pieces. In a fry-pan heat coconut oil at a medium heat. Add apple pieces and sprinkle cinnamon over apples. Fry for 5 minutes or until apples are soft. Once the apples pieces are cooked add to the chia pudding. Garnish with a cinnamon stick, Enjoy!
Serves 1, Prep time 10 minutes + set time for chia pudding.
6 thoughts on “Cinnamon Apples with Chia Pudding”
Ooh yum. I went out for lunch today and am still so full. I was going to just have some fruit for dinner but now I’m going to have cinnamon apples. They look and sound yum. Thanks
I hope you enjoyed them Amanda!
That looks super delicious and not even too difficult to make!
It is Naomi delicious and easy!!!
Love this, I didn’t even think about frying apples till just now. Thanks, perfect for a quick morning treat, we love chia cups in our house.
Lizzie frying apples are delicious and so easy a great little snack.