How do you like them baked apples?

6 months ago

sticky baked apples

Did you know that when you need to wake up, eating apples is a healthier alternative than drinking coffee? And just like with coffee, you can add some variety to apples to give ‘em different flavors that you’ll never grow tired of. Check out these sticky baked apples made incredible with cinnamon, nutmeg and Greek yogurt.

Sticky Baked Apples
Makes 4 servings


4 Medium Fuji apples, cored halfway

½ tsp Cinnamon

½ tsp Nutmeg

4 sachets Green Stevia (natural sweetener)

300ml Water

  • Lowfat Greek yogurt


  1. Fill each apple with one sachet sweetener, ⅛ tsp cinnamon and ⅛ tsp nutmeg. Place apples in a deep, round cake pan and pour 150ml water into pan.
  2. Bake at 175°C for 25 minutes. Invert apples and add another 100 ml water, then bake 25 minutes more. They should be soft, wrinkly and sticky. The liquid should be syrupy. If it is thin, reduce in a small pan over low heat until it becomes syrupy. Turn apples right side up and set aside.
  3. Spoon 170g of Greek nonfat yogurt, sweetened with some Stevia if desired, into a nice goblet or glass bowl. Lay hot apple into the yogurt and drizzle with syrup.


Recipe by Lita Puyat of Cohen Meal Creations
Photographed by Zac Moran of Studio 100


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