Baked Apples with Cranberry Chutney...

Updated: Feb 27

This breakfast is so tasty, you might actually think you're eating desert instead. Check out all of the amazing benefits below & how amazingly easy they are to make!



Apples contain insoluble fiber, which can prevent toxins that interfere with the absorption of food & nutrients from forming in the digestive tract. Additionally they are good source of antioxidants to help prevent disease, strengthen the immune system, fight bone disease & inflammation. All areas those in recovery need assistance with.

Cranberries have a long history, including their use by Native Americans as traditional remedies & food. They are well known as a remedy for UTI's, but are also great at maintaining GI health, heart health, & preventing kidney stones. Cranberries are also high in antioxidants & vitamin C to boost the immune system & fight colds. They also help enhance brain function & healthy skin.

Almond Butter is an alkalizing food that's low in cholesterol & high in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats. Almond Butter provides folate, iron, magnesium, potassium, & zinc. Eating almonds five times a week may lower the risk of coronary artery disease by 50%! Also known for helping with diabetes and carpal tunnel syndrome.



  • 4 baking apples (such as Rome, Gala, or Gravenstein)

  • 1/4 cup cranberry chutney

  • almond butter

  • whole grain bread


  • Core the apples almost all the way through, starting at the non-stem end.

  • Spoon chutney into the cavity of each apple.

  • Bake, uncovered, until the apples are very tender, about 1 hour. Serve warm at room temperature.

  • Serve with a slice of toasted whole grain bread with 2 tbsp of almond butter