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  1. 5 stars
    Hey! Our chvurch is participating in the 21 days of prayer and fasting that many churches across the country are doing at this time of year. We are doing a partial fast— the Daniel fast. I thought of these stovetop apples and adapted the recipe somewhat. No dairy, no sugar. So I cut, peeled, cored two apples. I used a Granny Smith and a gala, sautéed them in a little oil and added a quarter cup of water. When they were getting soft I took them off heat and added cinnamon, vanilla and date honey (which I made following the recipe— google Daniel fast date honey ). Great on oatmeal! So thanks for your recipe. I love them your way, but it’s nice to have a another option to fit this fast.

  2. 5 stars
    oh my goodness. this is SO good. hard not to eat a bigger serving! this is really good still warm with a tablespoon of grape nuts cereal and a dollop of whipped cream. This is a dessert in and of itself. yummmm

    1. 5 stars
      oh, one more thing, i made short order of the work by using my apple peeler (which cores, peels and slices at the same time). and i can see using this recipe to entertain. it is that good!

    2. I love this Tracy!! Thank you so much for taking the time to share your comment! Much aloha and Happy Fall!

  3. Fani Anagnostopoulou says:

    Thank you Monica for sharing another lovely recipe of yours!
    I´ll have it for dinner this evening!!!

    1. Thank you, Fani! I hope you enjoy it. It’s breakfast today for us! 🙂 aloha- and happy Fall!