Jess Finds Balance

My journey to finding a healthy balance with eating, exercise, and life in general

Baked Autumn Fruit September 28, 2010

This is one of my favorite recipes to make in the fall and is so easy.

I started out with one gigantic Jonagold apple, one bosq pear, and one bartlett pear. I sometimes also add cranberries, which gives the dish a nice tart flavor.

I chop them up into one-inch cubes, then toss them with some lemon juice (~1 tbsp. per piece of whole fruit you are using), apple pie spice, cinnamon and splenda. You could also use honey, agave nectar or maple syrup. Bake in the oven at 375 degrees for about 35 minutes.



This is delicious on its own, with yogurt, or as a topping for pancakes. The possibilities are endless!


One Response to “Baked Autumn Fruit”

  1. […] Filed under: Food — jessfindsbalance @ 6:30 am Tags: Breakfast, Pancakes I made my first baked autumn fruit of the season on Tuesday night and had visions of using it as a pancake topper. Considering that […]

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