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This is seriously the best apple pie ever.
Original Recipe Yield 8 servings
EASY APPLE CRISP
Bake at 375°F. for 40-50 minutes, until apples are tender and crust is browned. Serve hot with ice cream. This is a good recipe for apple crisp if you don't like the over-sugary oatmeal taste. It's basically a rectangular apple pie.
October 8, 2012 by Renee | 7 Comments
Alright, be honest.
How many Starbucks pumpkin spice lattes have you had this season already?!
Ok, here’s the deal.
I’m not down on Starbucks.
But I am down on a delicious drink that I can only justify having once or twice a year because of its price!
(And maybe I am a little down on Starbucks – have you seen THIS POST outing Starbuck’s ingredients by Food Babe?! Seriously – bookmark it or save it for later and read it.)
Enter homemade pumpkin spice coffee, latte, mocha…whatever you wanna call it!
I promise it is just as good, if not better than Starbucks. Believe
me…I used to treat myself to the Starbucks one every year until I read
that article by Food Babe, and I have guzzled sampled this homemade one I’ve made up every week the past few weeks. I’m officially switched over!
Affordable and simple enough that you can have it every day of the
fall (and winter…ok and spring maybe too?!), and full of nourishing
ingredients that you can feel good about.
For the coffee you will need:
¾ mug coffee of your choice
¼ tsp pumpkin pie spice
2 tsp unsalted butter (Preferably pastured butter. If dairy free try coconut butter or coconut cream)
3 TB milk (Raw if possible, or stick with organic low pasteurized non homogenized. Definitely stay away from ULP) (if you are dairy free use coconut milk)
1 packet stevia (could use honey or maple syrup)
For the whipped topping:
½ cup cream (if you are dairy free use coconut cream)
1 TB pure maple syrup (could use raw honey)
½ tsp pumpkin pie spice
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