Apple Crisp {For Two} via

Apple Crisp {For Two}

A guilt-free apple crisp recipe, just enough for two servings.

Apple Crisp {For Two} via www.eatsrealfood.comThis month’s Recipe Redux challenge is all about being thankful, just in time for Thanksgiving. There are so many things to be thankful for, but I am especially thankful for food memories throughout my life. Most events seem to revolve around food, whether it be shared with friends, relatives or strangers, a favorite meal you ate as a child, or something special you do for your own family. We were asked to share a healthier re-do of one of our favorite food memories, so here I am sharing with you my Apple Crisp {For Two}.

Apple Crisp {For Two} via www.eatsrealfood.comI must have flipped through about two dozen favorite food memories in my mind throughout my childhood, including the weird, the unhealthy, and the scary. Don’t get me wrong, we did enjoy healthy dishes along with the typical kid stuff – a good amount of crap that I wouldn’t dare to touch at this point in my life! But one of my favorites that will always stand out is my mother’s apple crisp.

Every fall, my mom would make a batch of the best apple crisp in the world – I may be a little biased, but I’m sure every mom’s apple crisp is the best :) Freshly picked apples, baked with a sweet oat topping until golden brown and bubbly. That comforting aroma of apple crisp baking in the oven filled the whole house with warmth.

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What I’m Loving Lately {Thanksgiving Edition}

This week’s What I’m Loving post is all about Thanksgiving. I LOVE Thanksgiving, it is the ultimate foodie holiday, filled with comfort food, family, and friends. Although I won’t be spending Thanksgiving with the family on the east coast this year, again, it is always a great time wherever I am. I am truly thankful for SO many things this year, including this round-up of delicious Thanksgiving-inspired recipes.

Kale, Caramelized Onion and Apple Stuffing via An Avocado a Day

Kale, Caramelized Onion and Apple Stuffing

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