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Apples for the Fruit Deprived

What you need: 

1 apple
1/2 cup sweetened soy milk
cinnamon
nutmeg

What you do: 

Slice apple into wedges and place on a baking sheet. Sprinkle with spices. Bake for (sorry, I can't remember) whatever, until just golden at a moderate oven. Meanwhile, heat soy milk in microwave on high for 60-90 seconds. Once apples are done, lift off of pan and place in warm milk. Serve after an unenjoyable meal to get rid of the bad aftertaste.
Nutrition Information: About 130 calories per serving, depending on brand of milk and can be served as a dessert, especially if you are trying to stay healthy, because this is satisfying in an unexpected way.

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SO HOW'D IT GO?

i tried cubing the apple and heating them then adding soy milk and heating it all up together again but i think i had it in for to long because the soy milk got all puffy so guess I'll have to try it again

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I threw in some oat bran (a small handful) with the soymilk for a couple minutes, and then the apples, and that was really yummy.

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Yum! This was really good as an afternoon snack. It was like a dessert but, healthier. I like now there is no added sugar and it is sweet on its own. I microwaved my apple slices for a minute with some cinnamon and then added the soymilk and microwaved it for another minute. Very warm too, perfect for autumn!

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Oh, I just cube my apples and microwave them for two minutes.  They are cooked to perfection and hot enough to mix perfectly with the cold soymilk.

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This is one of my favorite desserts, breakfasts, lunches, snacks...good for anything, really!  It is perfect for college students and I love how there is no sugar involved!

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I made this just now and it was really good.  It wuld make a really super breakfast too.

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Definitely surprisingly filling.

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