I had the most delicious breakfast this morning – a mini apple crisp!
For some reason, I went to bed last night wanting baked apples, which is weird because I rarely eat cooked apples, and I’ve only made apple crisp once in my life. So, when I woke up and was still thinking about those baked apples, I decided to make a mini apple crisp.
The recipe is so simple and easy to make, and it came out delicious!
Mini Apple Crisp – Serves 1 Calories: 104
- Apple, peeled and cut into chunks (I used 3.5 ounces of a Honeycrisp apple)
- 1 tsp. brown sugar
- 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
- 2 tbsp. oats (I used Quaker Old Fashioned Oats)
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Place apples in a small baking dish.
- Stir in brown sugar, cinnamon, and oats. (I stirred one tbsp of oats in with the apples, and sprinkled the other tbsp on top of the apples.)
- Bake in a pre-heated oven for about 20-25 minutes or until apples are tender.
That’s it! So simple and good! The best part – the whole serving is only 104 calories!
I ate my apples with a Greek yogurt for some protein.
Even though I ate the mini apple crisp for breakfast, I think it would make a wonderful dessert. I might start eating this as a dessert at night with a bit of vanilla Greek yogurt or even ice cream!
- 1.09 miles treadmill, walked
- BodyPump – 60 minutes
- Zumba – 60 minutes
- Stationary bike – 12 minutes
I had quite the workout this morning! Even though I still can’t dance and have no coordination whatsoever, I still really enjoy Zumba. The class is really fun and goes by fast.
After Zumba, I spent a little time taking a bike ride through the redwood forest.
After the gym, I stopped at the grocery store to pick up all the ingredients to make chili for our family chili cook-off on Sunday! Even though I don’t eat chili, I have Danny as my taste tester.
The grocery store is right across from Dunkin Donuts, so I had to stop in and pick up something that I saw on Facebook this morning…
Caramel K-cups! I had a Dunkin Donut gift card and this was the perfect opportunity to use it! I can’t wait to try one out tomorrow.
Lunch this afternoon was an Amy’s frozen pizza, veggies with hummus, and strawberries.
I almost couldn’t find the pizza in our freezer, and I was starting to get crazy because I was really craving pizza. Luckily, after I dug every single thing out of the freezer, I found it hiding in the back. Yes! These pizzas a little higher in calories than my normal lunch, so I like to save it as a treat on a Friday or Saturday. 400 calories for the whole pizza and 16 grams of protein.
Jacob just started archery, and he loved it!
Have a great Friday! Check back Monday for a great giveaway!!
Questions of the day:
- Do you drink coffee? Favorite kind?
- Any plans this weekend?
- Did you eat anything delicious today?