Baked Apples

Baked apples are an excellent treat for any age! This recipe makes multiple servings, enough for a family of four to enjoy.

Baked Apples

What you will need:

Two apples
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 tbsp flour
1/2 tablespoon of maple syrup
1/4 cup coconut milk
Coconut oil or butter

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Peel and dice two large apple. Any type of apple will do just fine, so use your favorite (or in my case what's on sale). Be sure to compost your cores and peels or save them in the freezer to make Homemade Apple Juice. Mix together the flour (I used unbleached organic white flour) and (organic) brown sugar in a medium bowl, then fold in apples. 

 Pour the apples into a greased baking dish. I used a very fine layer of coconut oil but you can also use butter to grease the dish. Pour the coconut milk over the apples as evenly as possible. Then drizzle a small amount of (organic) maple syrup on top, I highly recommend less than a tablespoon as it's very sweet, but gives the apples an excellent flavor. Bake the apples for forty five minutes. I took the dish out half way through to stir and then placed it back in the oven. Allow the apples to cool for a few minutes after baking. 

Once cooled I allowed my toddler to eat the apples as is. For infants stick this mixture into a food processor to make a delicious treat of a puree! 

If your child is not used to eating sweet dishes, like my son, they may not eat very much. That's OK though, more for me!

Make sure to check out more of my low histamine recipes for little ones on the main page!

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