Warming Breakfast: Baked Apples and Mincemeat

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baked apples and mincemeat

I do love the Slimming World ‘Extra Easy’ weight loss plan.

It’s, er, extra easy! :)

The clever clogs at SW HQ have done all the thinking – so I don’t have to – and so long as I stick to the plan, my weight loss is guaranteed.

And I get to enjoy dishes like this for breakfast. Or dessert. Ooh, dessert for breakfast – now that’s my kinda meal!

Baked Apples and Mincemeat

  • 225g apple
  • 1 tablespoon of mincemeat
  • Sprinkle of cinnamon

I’m not sure what apples Slimming World were weighing, but they must have been HUGE! I grabbed these two from my fruit bowl and together they weighed only 231g.

Method

  • Using an apple corer to remove the core from each apple.
  • (I then sliced a little of the bottom of each core and used to ‘plug’ the bottom of the apple).
  • Measure (don’t guess!) a tablespoon of mincemeat and fill your apple(s).
  • Sprinkle with cinnamon
  • Using a sharp knife, score around the apple middle to prevent any baked apple explosions (!) and bake at 180c for 20-25 minutes.

baked apples

Oh these taste so good.

The mincemeat oozes out of the deliciously soft and squishy apple leaving a rich sticky caramel to scrape off your plate :)

I enjoy these as a breakfast, but topped with a thick and creamy fat free Greek yoghurt they’d make a great dessert too!

baked apples and mincemeat

Slimming World Healthy Extra ‘B’ Choices are foods that are high in fibre or contain important nutrients for a healthy balanced diet.

On the Slimming World plan, you can have 225g of baked apple(s) + 1 level tbsp of mincemeat as your daily HexB choice. 

Don’t skip them… enjoy them!

xoxo Natalie

 

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