Deconstructed Banoffee Pie Toffee Apples!

Deconstructed Banoffee Pie Toffee Apples!

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I don’t know about you, but to me, cinnamon screams warmth especially at this time of year!

It’s all about satisfying delicious flavours that comfort you from in the inside πŸ™‚

I personally think banana is the best fruit to pair with cinnamon flavours with so when I was sentΒ UFIT Drinks new Banana shake to experiment with, this was the result!

Incredibly easy, delicious, totally sugar free but best of all so much fun to eat πŸ˜€

Enjoy!

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Ingredients:

2 Pink lady apples

1 Bottle of UFIT Banana

1 TBS Sukrin gold

30g Porridge oats (I use Mornflake)

20g Cornflakes

20g Crushed almonds

2 TBS Coconut oil (I use The Good Stuff)

1 TSP Cinnamon

Method:

  • Slice your apples horizontally into 2/3 mm thick slices
  • Brush both sides with Coconut oil, place on baking paper and pop in the oven for 5 minutes on 150 degrees to soften
  • Mix together the Oats, Almonds, Crushed cornflakes then add the Sukrin, 2 TBS UFIT Shake, a TSP Cinnamon and 1 TBS of Coconut oil (you should have a crumbly mixture)
  • Remove the apple slices, brush lightly with UFIT Banana ShakeΒ then add a TBS of your crumbly mixture to each slice
  • Pop back in the oven to crispen slightly for 10 minutes
  • Remove and enjoy!

 

 

Best thing about these is how quick you can rustle up something sweet, warm and satisfying in such a quick space of time. Plus, they’re a clever little twist on a classic favourite dessert πŸ˜‰

Hope you love this recipe, you can also access it through their website;

http://theproteindrinksco.co.uk/deconstructed-banoffee-pie-toffee-apples/Β 

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