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Healthy Dessert Recipe: Sauteéd Cinnamon Apples
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March 5, 2021

Hey guys!

Can you ever have too many healthy dessert recipes? Yeah, you’re right. IMPOSSIBLE.

One night I was craving something sweet. Usually, that means ice cream. But that night, I wanted something warm and gooey…but fruity. Like apple pie. But ahhhh it was late and I was definitely NOT about to make an entire apple pie. So I grabbed an apple and improvised.

What happened next was literally magic. I took the 3 most simple ingredients EVER and I made my new favorite healthy fruit dessert recipe – Sauteéd Cinnamon Apples. I love when it happens like that! An unexpected new fave, thanks to a craving!

Not even kidding, this recipe has all of the gooeyness and flavor of actual apple pie… but without any added sugar or a heavy crust. Now that I’m thinking about it…a scoop of ice cream with this would be amaaaazing. Next time!

This recipe is also 90 Day Journey compatible! If you want more recipes just like this, try out my 90 Day Journey Meal Plans!

Okay, so wanna know how I make Sauteéd Cinnamon Apples?! YAYY!

image of an easy healthy dessert recipe, pan of warm sauteed cinnamon apples, with silver spoon

Sauteéd Cinnamon Apples: Your New Fave Healthy Dessert

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 medium apple, peeled and chopped
  • 1 Tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon


DIRECTIONS

  1. Melt coconut oil in a pan over medium heat. Add apple pieces and sprinkle with cinnamon.
  2. Cook apples until soft, about 10-15 minutes.
  3. Serve warm!

NOTES

  • You can also add nutmeg, allspice, cloves and/or apple pie spice!
cinnamon sauteed apples in a pan
sauteed cinnamon apples healthy dessert recipe in a pan with spoon

Okay… this recipe is a MUST!

When you make this, tag me on Instagram or let me know in the comments so I can see your Cinnamon Apples! YAY! If you love a good healthy dessert recipe, remember that you can find even more in my 90 Day Journey Meal Plans!

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  1. Angie says:

    I’m eating this right now and it’s sooo good! I used a Granny Smith apple (the only kind I buy) and pumpkin pie spice. 😀

  2. Tammy says:

    I hate pie crust, always have, always will and this looks like a fabulous alternative, definitely going to make soon!

  3. Emily says:

    😯 this looks so yummy!!!! I’m definitely making this one – I’m always craving something sweet after dinner and this recipe is perfect! Thank you Cassey! Xx

  4. Lindsay says:

    Can I make this with peaches or cherries??

    1. blogilates says:

      Oh yes, I can imagine they would taste REALLY good!!! Try it out and lemme know!!

  5. Leah says:

    Dear Cassey,

    I began my workout journey back in April last year, and I was working out quite consistently till December. I think I was motivated by my desire to reach a certain weight, but now that I did, I realise I’m not as motivated anymore 🙁

    I KNOW working out truly does lift my mood, and it gives me soo many other benefits, but since December I’ve been taking WEEKS off working out and then deciding to ‘restart’ but that sudden motivation only lasts a week or two and I’m not really able to make working out a habit. Also not exercising frequently also has a negative effect on my diet, and I’m now slowly starting to regain all that weight I lost.

    I am not sure what to do right now, I will hopefully do just a 30 min workout today and we’ll see how it goes from there. But do you have any advice for me??

    Sincerely,

    Feeling Confused

  6. Leah says:

    Dear Cassey,
    I began my workout journey back in April last year, and I was working out quite consistently till December. I think I was motivated by my desire to reach a certain weight, but now that I did, I realise I’m not as motivated anymore 🙁
    I KNOW working out truly does lift my mood, and it gives me soo many other benefits, but since December I’ve been taking WEEKS off working out and then deciding to ‘restart’ but that sudden motivation only lasts a week or two and I’m not really able to make working out a habit. Also not exercising frequently also has a negative effect on my diet, and I’m now slowly starting to regain all that weight I lost.
    I am not sure what to do right now, I will hopefully do just a 30 min workout today and we’ll see how it goes from there. But do you have any advice for me??
    Sincerely,
    Feeling Confused

  7. eve says:

    hey cass! new site design💅🏽✨ i see u i see u:) i have a question pls pls respond. i have a friend, i think she’s gorgeous. she’s one of my closest girlfriends and we have a positive friendship. she’s very into eating healthy but i feel like its for the wrong reasons. she says she’s fat (she’s not even chubby) and she’s very into being thin. i don’t want to discourage her journey and she doe3snt want to hear how great she looks. we are 17 btw. how can i be supportive but help her with her body image?

  8. Taylor Chen says:

    Hey Cassey,
    I just wanted to know if you have a substitute for coconut oil, they don’t have it in hong kong :(. Also thank you for literally changing my life, I started with the 21-day tone and it changed my life. Now I’m doing the beginner calendar and next month ill join the regular calendar. Thank you, Taylor Chen

  9. Peyton says:

    yummmmm! I’m making this soon!!!

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