Friday, November 20, 2015

Crockpot Supernola Apples

Hello cupcakes,

I recently tried out some Supernola, and it was so tasty! I decided to try out a recipe using it! Below is the recipe for Crockpot Supernola Apples.

Let me tell you a little about Supernola. They have two flavors: Dragon Fruit Limon and Goji Spice.
There are also different size options available.

Here is Supernola's philosophy:

"We believe that food is fuel.  Your body is a Model T and food is its gasoline. Why would you put anything less than the highest quality fuel into your Model T? After all, it's all you've got. It's the first and last Model T ever made. Well, we think the answer is because the best food ("healthy" food) either tastes like it's supposed to be healthy (ew.), or it isn't actually that good for you.  But WHY?  "Never stop asking why" drove us to begin finding a solution.  Why does food have to be any less tasty than a brownie sundae to be healthy? Why is it good for you if it tastes like dirt? Why can't my Model T and my taste buds get along with my gasoline? Why has no one solved this problem?!
Supernola is just the beginning. You're welcome in advance."

How cool is that? I have so much respect for companies that use healthy, natural ingredients. I love that this granola is grain free, gluten free, and non GMO. I also love that there are super foods in this granola. It is the first granola I have ever had with super foods!

Want to know which super foods are used:

-Hemp seeds
-Chia seeds
-Flax seeds
-Organic unrefined coconut sugar
-Organic extra virgin coconut oil
-Natural almonds
-Organic Ceylon Cinnamon
-Organic ground ginger
-Goji Berries
-Red Maca
-Cyprus Black lava salt

If you want to know more about the ingredients, follow this link: Super foods in Supernola

Crock Pot Supernola Apples:

-3 large apples
-3 Tablespoons of coconut oil
-1 3/4 cup of apple cider
-1- 2.75 oz package of Supernola

-Plug in your crock pot and place on high
-Scoop out the core of the apples
This is what I used to core the apples and it worked out perfectly. 

-Place 1 Tablespoon of coconut oil into each apple's center
-Stuff the apple with Supernola (I used the Goji Spice flavor)
-Place the three apples in the crock pot so they are upright

-Pour the apple cider into the crock pot 
-Sprinkle with cinnamon
-Let the apples cook on high until tender
The finished product! How delicious do these look? I want to make these as a healthy paleo dessert for Thanksgiving. They're the perfect alternative to apple pie!
Here is an up close picture of the delicious granola crumble.


Five things I love about eating Paleo:
1) I have clearer skin
2) I have more energy
3) I have strong & healthy hair
4) I do not have stomach issues anymore
5) My acid reflux is getting better
-Bonus: Less bloating!

Later Taters

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  1. This looks sooooo good!! I am going to have to try soon :)

    1. Melanie, thank you so much for your sweet comment! You will love them and they're so easy to make!


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