Single Serving SKINNY Apple Pie

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Skinny Single Serving Aple Pie

 

This is not your average apple pie, friends. For one thing it’s served in a glass not a pie crust. Right there you just saved probably 300 calories. Secondly, it’s made with Nectresse sweetener instead of sugar, Again, saving you gobs of calories.

Have you tried NECTRESSE™Sweetener yet? It is the only 100% natural sweetner made from monk fruit extract! It is 150x sweeter than sugar (which mean you use a lot less) and has zero calories. IT is the perfect sugar substitute to use in cooking, baking, and in beverages. You can get a  FREE sample of NECTRESSE™Sweetener here!

Skinny Single Serving Aple Pie

 

NECTRESSE™Sweetener was the pefrect thing to use to sweeten up this single serving apple pie without adding any calories! My 3 year old gobbled it up happily. I think it’s safe to say she couldn’t tell it wasn’t made with sugar ;)

So here you have it: apple pie that’s healthy for you! No kidding! Give it a try when those cravings hit for something warm and comforting. Your tastebuds and waistline will thank you!

Skinny Single Serving Aple Pie

 

Single Serving Apple Pie

by: Back For Seconds

  • 1 large Granny Smith Apple, peeled, cored, and choped
  • 3 packets of NECTRESSE™Sweetener
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp cornstarch
  • 1/4 cup water
  • dollop whipped cream
  • 1/8th cinnamon graham cracker

In a small skillet stir together apple, sweetner, cinnamon, cornstarch over medium heat. When a sauce starts to form add in the water continuing to stir occasionally. Let cook for about 8-10 minutes. Spoon into a glass or jar and swirl a dollp of whipped cream on top. Srpinkle with cinnamon graham cracker crumbs. Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. says

    I LOVE apple pie. Unfortunately, with apple pie goes my willpower to avoid eating the entire pie :) these are so cute, perfectly portioned AND healthy. I mean, I don’t think it gets better.

  2. says

    Love it! I’ve made similar thing except the one I made wasn’t like legit apple slices, I used applesauce. So this looks amazing! :)

  3. says

    This looks amazing! I can’t wait to try the recipe at home. My jeans say Thank you :)

    Thanks so much for linking up to Creative Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you share this week! Have a wonderful weekend
    Michelle

  4. says

    Yes please, this sounds perfect and I love that I can make just one for me when the craving hits! Pinned.

  5. says

    Looks delicious and I love the single serving…just what I need! I would love to have you stop by ‘Or so she says…’ and share your great ideas at the Saturday link party (runs until Tuesday night…tonight!) I hope to see you there! http://www.oneshetwoshe.com

  6. says

    I’ll have to pin this too. What a great idea! Saw you on Southern Lovely.

  7. says

    OOO – that sounds so good and looks so yummy. I like that new sweetener myself. Thanks for sharing. Pinning!

  8. says

    Yum! I see that you did this post for the Nectresse post! :) I combined mine with my Choc. Chip Cookie recipe! :) Thanks so much for entering it in the Iron Chef Mom Link up/Contest last week! We can’t wait to see what chocolate recipes you have this week to share! Hope to see you again this week! :)
    Mackenzie from the Iron Chef Mom Team :)

  9. says

    I’ve never heard of monk fruit extract. I use Stevia, but this sounds like a nice alternative. I’m not a pie crust fan (too many calories), so I love your glass idea.

  10. Jenny Lucas says

    Sounds yummy, going to try cooking this in a mug in the microwave!

    • peggy says

      Jenny:
      Did you try making it in the micro?
      How did it turn out? Did you have to make any adjustments?
      I only use the micro & would love to make this.

  11. elchandra says

    Stephanie, could you possibly post the nutritional info for your recipes? Thanks

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