Since Luca been trying out different solid foods for awhile now, I figured I would start posting Baby Lead Weaning recipes of new foods I make for him to try out. Today I am bringing y'all a super super easy recipe for Baked Cinnamon Apples. And if you do not have a baby, you can even make them for yourself. I was actually eating some while Luca was gnawing away on the apples. 


The great thing about this recipe is that you only need three ingredients which is what I needed. I kept looking everywhere for a simple recipe, and I just couldn't find one that I really liked with what I already had. So I hope y'all find this one super helpful, yummy, and easy to make. Please let me know if you do try this recipe for your babe or even you for that matter.

Prep Time: 5-8 minutes
Cook Time: 20-35 minutes or until they are soft

Ingredients
2-3 Apples
1 teaspoon of Cinnamon
1 tablespoon of Butter (or for a healthier version use Coconut oil)


Step 1: Preheat oven to 350°. Start by peeling and cutting the apples in bite size pieces. Put the apples in a circle pan. I used the ceramic oven safe dish that I had. Would recommend cooking in it rather than a metal pan. From my experience with baking, use the ceramic dish allows for the food to cook evenly and too perfection. 


Step 2. Melt the butter or coconut oil all over the diced apples. After the butter is poured, use a utensil to mix the apples and the butter together making sure all the apples are eventually covered. 

 

Step 3. Pour the cinnamon over all of the apples, and then once again use a utensil to make sure the cinnamon is covering every apple evenly. 


Step 4. Put apples in the oven for 20-35 minutes depending how quick your oven takes to make them soft. I start with 20 minutes, and adding on an additional 8 minutes. I honestly could have cooked them for 35 minutes to make them even softer. The softer they are, the easier it is for you baby to eat them. 



Y'all Enjoy!
xoxo Megan <3

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