Pumpkin Spice Sautéed Apples

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Warm spiced apples that make for a yummy sweet treat a la mode or even as a side to some of your favorite savory fall dishes. Taking advantage of apple season and another popular obsession during this time of year in this recipe, which is easily enjoyed by all!

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Serves: 6 cups
  1. Cut apples into ½ - 1 inch cubes, ensuring that all are about equal size.
  2. Place apples in a skillet and add the water. Cover the pan and cook over medium heat for approximately 5 minutes, stirring occasionally until the apples become slightly soft and water mostly absorbed.
  3. Now add your coconut oil to the skillet. Stir the apples and oil together. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the apples become soft. Cover if need be to help with this process.
  4. Next, add maple syrup, cinnamon, salt and vanilla. Stir until well-combined.
  5. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the apples reach desired softness.
  6. Remove from heat, serve and enjoy!


About Kris King

Kris is a wife and mommy to an amazing toddler boy. By day, she is a high school business teacher; by night, a creative who loves to cook! In 2016, she began chronicling her journey of switching to a paleo diet for fun on Instagram. However, a few years after that, she was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition called myasthenia gravis. Having recently had her first child, life wasn’t slowing down and neither was she. She gained a new sense of hope when she discover the AIP. That, coupled with her determination to bounce back with renewed strength, she officially made the switch to paleo lifestyle, developing recipes to include many that are AIP-friendly. Since then, she’s managed to decrease inflammation significantly, and has discovered the body’s miraculous ability to heal. Kris is the author of Meals You Deserve, an AIP ebook collection of flavorful and fun recipes. Find more on Kris here: Fashioned2Inspire, Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube.

1 comment

  • Deb says

    Very good! It’s a simple dessert with only a little added sweetness. I have reduced the amount of sweetener I normally eat, so I used only 1/2 tablespoon of maple syrup. It’s perfect for autumn!

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