A simple recipe to make stewed apples without added sugar and with warming spices.
Growing up in a Midwest family, we went all-out for Sunday morning breakfast. It always included my dad’s stewed apples, pancakes, bacon, scrambled eggs with cheese, and muffins.
Now I’m bringing back those stewed apples NS style! I promise this is one of the easiest recipes you’ll make. All you need is 3-4 fresh apples of your choice. I find that gala, fuji, and honey crisp are my favorites to stew, but the beauty is in using whatever you have on hand, what’s seasonal to your region, and what tastes good to you.
These Stewed Apples with Warming Spices will add so much flavor to any breakfast bowl like oatmeal, porridge, or yogurt. Additionally, enjoy these stewed apples as a dessert with your favorite vanilla ice cream.
Our core belief here is that balanced eating should be both nutrient-dense and delicious-dense!
One of the unique elements in our Foundational Five system for creating balanced meals is the Flavor Factor, which is all about adding ingredients that help make your meal taste delicious and even more nutritious, including sauces, dressings, spices, and herbs.
Made with in-season apples (our favorites are our Fuji), ground cinnamon, and fresh ginger, this stewed apple with warming spices recipe will turn into a delicious balanced breakfast or dessert when combined with 1-2 additional Foundational Five elements of nutrition listed below.
Make this Flavor Factor recipe on your batch cooking day and you’ll be able to enjoy it in a variety of ways throughout the week!
You can use apple cider or water as the liquid. If using apple cider it will increase the sugar content, create a thicker syrup, and taste sweeter than if using water, both variations are delicious!
This recipe will stay well for 1 week in the fridge and just reheat upon serving.