Breakfast is the most challenging meal to fix because I’m always running out the door. This 5 minute apple crisp recipe definitely saves the day. It’s so delicious and is our family’s favorite. The tasty delight is fiber rich with fruit and tasty butter. If you didn’t know, butter is great for brain development!
Often times I’m so slammed in the mornings trying to get my oldest off to school on time. Sound familiar? Even though I’m busy, I always strive to provide a healthy breakfast to start out our day. I tried this on a whim on one busy morning. It’s super easy to make, just pop it in the microwave and voilà. It was a hit!
If you don’t want to use a microwave I’m sure you can cook it over stove top as well. You can check out my buttered bananas recipe for something similar.
Also, if you’re an apple pie lover, this is really a yummy alternative. I use maple syrup instead of traditional brown sugar. Syrup gives it a wonderful aroma and is also much healthier than its cousin sugar. It’s an unrefined sweetener, which contain higher levels of beneficial nutrients, antioxidants than white table sugar or high fructose corn syrup. There are so many sweet options these days that I really try to start our day with a healthy punch.Best of all my kids think they’re having dessert for breakfast. because it’s just that good.
If you’d like to make it a dessert, you can always add a scoop of vanilla ice cream, or for a healthier treat, freeze banana and blend it in a blender. It makes for a great ice cream alternative.
- 5 tbs. quick oats
- 3 tbs. pecans, chopped
- 3 tbs. Horizon salted butter, melted
- 1-2 tbs. maple syrup
- 1/4 tsp. cinnamon
- 1 apple, chopped
- Dash of cinammon
- 2 tbs. Horizon Organic Whole Milk
- In a bowl, mix oats, pecan, butter, cinnamon and butter, set aside
- Chop apples in small pieces, sprinkle cinnamon on top and mix
- In a microwavable mug, add apples, then oats mixture
- Add milk
- Place in microwave and heat for 2:30 minutes
- Eat immediately or top with banana ice cream or regular ice cream
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