All these Stovetop Sautéed Cinnamon Apples taste like a hot apple pie, but they come together in 5 minutes and are SO much healthier! This recipe produces a perfect for breakfast, and a snack, or dessert and is gluten, dairy and refined sugar-free!
I can clarify my favorite thing about fall in two easy words. Apple. Season! If you find yourself with plenty of delicious fall apples, then you need to create these Sautéed Cinnamon Apples! Not only are they super simple to whip up, but they’re healthy and delicious!
All these sautéed cinnamon apples are like eating a warm apple pie (or apple crumble cake) but with no crust! They require 5 minutes to prepare and can be used in a variety of ways!
Serve these Cinnamon Apples as a garnish over pancakes, scoop them onto some vanilla ice cream or eat them with a spoon to get a healthy sweet treat! They match just about every dietary need! They’re fermented, refined-sugar-free and could be produced dairy-free too!
One of the reasons I created this healthful cinnamon apple recipe is so that my sweet infants may enjoy eating apples too! Note: when I serve these apples into my babies I do peel them !
Sautéed Cinnamon Apples: Ingredients & Substitutions.
Let’s begin by chatting about the components in those cinnamon apples! This recipe uses coconut oil or butter, cinnamon, a dash of salt, vanilla and some maple syrup to create the tastiest small bits of citrus bliss you’ve ever eaten! Listed below are a few possible substitutes that could be reached in this recipe.
- Apple Variety. I urge honey crisp or pink lady apples, however any variety functions superbly in this recipe! Here are some hints:
- Golden delicious
- Honey Crisp
- Pink Lady (pictured in this post)
- Granny Smith
- Coconut oil. Butter or ghee can be utilised in place of coconut oil with delicious results! As you can see, I used butter in the photographs and coconut oil from the movie. Both taste great, choose your favorite that complies with your dietary requirements. Honey is a great substitution, although I really like the flavour of maple syrup in this recipe! You can also use granulated sugar, brown sugar.
- Maple syrup. Honey is a great substitution, although I love the flavour of maple syrup in this recipe! You can also use granulated sugar, brown sugar, etc.
Start making these cinnamon apples placing diced apples into a non traditional frypan and add water. Cover and cook until the apples are slightly soft.
Add the maple syrup, vanilla, salt and cinnamon and stir until everything is evenly distributed. Cover and cook , stirring periodically.
Once the apples are soft, remove the lid and cook uncovered till all of the components caramelize on the apples and then they brown slightly.
Transfer to a dish and serve the cinnamon apples hot! We like to help them as a side dish, but they may also be utilized as a topping for your favorite breakfast foods!
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Easy Stovetop Sautéed Cinnamon Apples Recipe
- 3 apples about 3 cups chopped*
- 2 TBS water
- 1 TBS coconut oil
- 1 TBS maple syrup
- ½ tsp ground cinnamon
- 1/8 tsp sea salt
- ¼ tsp pure vanilla extract
- Cut apples into same-sized pieces (about ½-1” cubes).
- Put apples pieces into a skillet with 2 TBS water. Cover the pan and cook over medium heat for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the apples become slightly soft and water is absorbed.
- Add 1 TBS of coconut oil to the skillet. Stir apples and oil together until all the apples are coated. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring every minute or so, until the apples become soft (you may need to cover them for the last 2 minutes).
- Add Maple syrup, cinnamon, salt and vanilla. Stir until well mixed.
- Cook for about 5 more minutes, stirring every minute until the apples reach your desired softness!
- Remove from heat and serve!
- You can choose whether or not you peel your apples (if I’m feeding them to a baby without teeth I always peel them)!
- Butter can be substituted for coconut oil.
- Any sweetener you’d like can be substituted for the maple syrup. I have used honey and granulated sugar with excellent results.