These stewed winter apples are versatile and delicious. Keep them in the fridge and they’ll prove themselves handy throughout the day –  add to porridge or muesli in the morning, spoon over natural yoghurt as a snack or throw them in a fruit crumble with frozen blackberries or stewed rhubarb. Decrease the fuss factor even further by using an apple corer/slicer like this.

You will need

  • 5 Granny Smith apples
  • 2 tsp cinnamon sugar
  • Tbsp water


What you do
Peel, core and chop apples into segments. I use an apple corer from Ikea which sections the apple in 8 segments. Add to a glass dish with the water and stir in the cinnamon sugar.

Place in the microwave with a lid and cook on high for 6 minutes. Give the apples a stir and put back in the microwave for a further 1 -2 minutes depending on how much you want the apple segments to hold their form.

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  1. […] berries (both are packed with antioxidants, fibre and vitamin C) and substitute the rhubarb with stewed apples if you can’t get your hands on […]

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