Fast Creamy Baked Apples - Fat Free

Fast Creamy Baked Apples - Fat Free created by DuChick

Apples are so good for you and make a wonderful dessert or even breakfast. This one is somewhere in between and best of all it doesn't have any fat! Can be ready start to finish in under 10 minutes - made in the microwave and can be easily scaled up or down for the number of people you're serving. If your looking to make this more dessert-like, include the optional toppings! WW points w/out optional ingredients = 1

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  • Using a small to medium sized microwave-proof bowl (with lid if you have one), combine Splenda, cornstarch and cinnamon.
  • Add 1/3 cup of cold water & vanilla, and whisk until blended. Add diced apple coat them with the cinnamon mixture.
  • Cover the dish and microwave for 2 1/2 minutes - apples should appear translucent and be soft, but not be wrinkled. Microwave temperatures vary, so keep an eye on them.
  • Leaving the lid on the bowl, allow sauce to thicken on counter or in microwave and cool for a couple of minutes.
  • Enjoy fat-free apple dessert OR top with granola, cool whip and sprinkle with cinnamon if desired!
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"Apples are so good for you and make a wonderful dessert or even breakfast. This one is somewhere in between and best of all it doesn't have any fat! Can be ready start to finish in under 10 minutes - made in the microwave and can be easily scaled up or down for the number of people you're serving. If your looking to make this more dessert-like, include the optional toppings! WW points w/out optional ingredients = 1"

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  1. blueartemis4
    Fast Creamy Baked Apples - Fat Free Created by blueartemis4
  2. blueartemis4
    I loved how easy this recipe was to make! I didn't have access to great measuring devices, so I might not have used the exact amounts of each ingredient listed. I used a firm gala apple, unpeeled. Instead of Splenda, I used one packet of Truvia. I cooked it for about 1 and 1/2 minutes, stirred it around, then cooked it for the remaining minute. The apple chunks had a great soft texture. I topped them with a bit of vanilla sucralose because I wanted a stronger vanilla flavor (I had used a sort of vanilla flavoring instead of pure vanilla extract for the sauce), and because I have a bit of a sweet tooth. The sauce did thicken, but not quite as much as I would have liked. That might have been due to the fact that I wasn't quite sure how much corn starch I used, though. I think these would taste great with vanilla ice cream or as the filling for a crêpe!
  3. DuChick
    If you like apples, you'll love this one! For my personal taste, I'd cut the sweetener in half. I ate mine plain, but it would be fabulous over (or under) ice cream! Good on a hot summer's day or even better bundled up on a cold, snowy evening.
  4. DuChick
    Fast Creamy Baked Apples - Fat Free Created by DuChick
  5. smadie3
    Yum yum yum! This smelled really good and the taste was wonderful. I made this without any sweetener as I felt my apple was sweet enough.
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