Microwave Cinnamon Apples – A Tasty Snack Kids Love!

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Microwave Cinnamon Apples

microwave cinnamon applesI'm super lucky that my kids LOVE fruit, but sometimes we all need a bit more of a "dessert" feel than just munching on a raw apple.  Here's a recipe for microwave cinnamon apples that we all love that takes about 5 minutes, tops.  The boys will eat this up and it's a treat for Hubby and I, too.  You can vary it in any way you like as far as the type of apple (we prefer Gala or Fuji), sweetener, and any add-ins you'd like.  Go crazy with this recipe, it's guaranteed delicious!

Ingredients for one serving of Cinnamon Apples:

  • 1 medium apple, peeled, cored, and cubed
  • 1/8 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp honey (or sugar…or nothing, really….it's so delicious without sweetener even!)

Directions:

  1. Place peeled, cored, cubed apple in a microwave safe glass bowl.
  2. Stir in cinnamon and honey.
  3. Cover with another glass plate or microwave safe lid.
  4. Microwave for 2-3 minutes, until apple is tender.
  5. Serve by itself, or with fresh cream or ice cream!

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Gena is the mom of three boys, ages 7, 5, and 2. She is the wife of a great man, a Christian, blogger, and former kindergarten teacher turned stay-at-home mom. They live in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth, Texas area.

Comments

  1. Seriously?!?! Why have I never thought of this? So easy and yummy! 

  2. Such a great idea! I need to try this for my son! 

  3. I have a few apples that are going to go bad if I don't do something with them. This sounds perfect!

  4. Forget the kids! I'll be making this for myself tonight! 

  5. Cool, I have all of the ingredients! Thanks for this simple yummy recipe ūüėÄ

  6. This is a perfect, quick treat I could easily make for my kiddos! Thanks so much for sharing, Gena, and for linking up with Nomday Monday. Have a blessed day!

  7. Gena. Did you find a certain apple works better for these? I inevitably chose the wrong kind. Thx!!!

  8. I dont have glass bowls. Can I use microwave safe plastic bowls instead?

  9. Ligia Victoria says:

    Hi Gena, its very easy recipe. Try in my cook for desserts. See very good.

  10. Naomi Dinsmore says:

    Hi Gena,  Do you think this receipe could work with maple syrup instaed of honey or sugar? We are vegans and maple syrup is a popular alternative.  What do you think? Naomi

  11. colleen maul says:

    This is absolutly delightful. I love this easy and tasty reciepe. Im shure to do this for the holidays this year. Thank you for sharing with me. I have bookmarked your blog for future readings. :)

  12. I could have used this a couple of weeks ago when I went apple picking and tried to make this on the stove top. Not pretty! Definitely trying this out ASAP!
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  13. This is something I will sure try.  Thanks

  14. I can't belive how easy that was.I can def make this for a netflix snack lol

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  15. Really very easy to make. I can't believe how easy that was… Thank you so much Gena 

  16. thank you Gena, it's very nice to see your little children god bless them ! peace and love

  17. Where's my apple correr?  A low calorie, healthy, sweet treat! they are hard to find.  Thank you!

  18. KAROL KLIMO says:

    Hi Gena;

    It's so easy and really yummy!!

    Thanks for sharing :)

  19. Suggestion: Add 1/8 teaspoon of clove. REALLY good. 

  20. Wow! Love this easy sneezy recipe. I am so making this and sharing too. Thanks for sharing. 

  21. Shyam Prasad says:

    Thank you for sharing that wonderful recipe. I'm surely gonna try it.

  22. Carla Koster says:

    Making this on Sunday with roast pork!

  23. Love this recipe! Thanks for sharing!!! 

  24. Gena, 

    No I haven't tried this recipe as of yet. For the life of me I don't know why. Will certainly give it a try now. Thanks for the delicious look recipe. 

    Hugs,

  25. Thank you .

    Best regards .

     

  26. What a great idea for a healthy sweet snack! Pinned!

  27. Joan Harrell says:

    Yum!  How cleaved, thanks so much for sharing.

  28. Sounds yum! Thanks!

  29. Great recipe! Thank you for sharing this.

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