While I am trying not to look like Heidi’s BIGGEST fan with all of these repost this was too good not to share :) Thanks Heidi!!
Too cold for your favorite frozen treat but still crave something sweet?  Try this!
Warming Winter Baked Apples:
Directions:
1. Take any apple you like, cut it in half, sprinkle with cinnamon and ginger2. Place spiced halved apple on a baking sheet in the oven for about 15 minutes at 350 degrees (the apple will soften)3. Let it cool for a minute (so you don’t burn your mouth!)4. Serve with a heap of your favorite salted roasted nut butter (almond, macadamia, peanut, whatever you love)5. Enjoy!!!
What is your favorite warming, nourishing treat?  Please share!
Stay warm!
xx,
Heidi

Lots more interesting and inspiring posts on the Strala Yoga Blog!

While I am trying not to look like Heidi’s BIGGEST fan with all of these repost this was too good not to share :) Thanks Heidi!!

Too cold for your favorite frozen treat but still crave something sweet?  Try this!

Warming Winter Baked Apples:

Directions:

1. Take any apple you like, cut it in half, sprinkle with cinnamon and ginger
2. Place spiced halved apple on a baking sheet in the oven for about 15 minutes at 350 degrees (the apple will soften)
3. Let it cool for a minute (so you don’t burn your mouth!)
4. Serve with a heap of your favorite salted roasted nut butter (almond, macadamia, peanut, whatever you love)
5. Enjoy!!!

What is your favorite warming, nourishing treat?  Please share!

Stay warm!

xx,

Heidi

Lots more interesting and inspiring posts on the Strala Yoga Blog!

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