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Apple & Chai Breakfast Jars

There’s nothing I love more than fresh juicy fruit in summer but as the temperature starts to drop I start to crave warming cooked foods and these baked apples are perfect for autumn breakfast. They are slowly baked in a warming mix of chai spices and coconut suger until soft then served with creamy oats & coconut yoghurt. I love using tart green apples for this recipe to balance out the sweet chai spices. This is a great make-ahead breakfast as it keeps well in the fridge and the flavours get better over time. It’s delicious with the porridge served hot topped with warm baked apples. If you want it warm just heat the oat mix on the stove and top with the apples straight from the oven. I’ve also put a basic chai spice mix in which you can make a bulk batch of then use it for chai lattes or tea as well, alternatively cinnamon will work great as a replacement.

Apple & Chai Breakfast Jars
Serves 2     Cook Time 30 min

2 green apples
4 medjool dates, chopped
200g of oats
500 ml of plant milk
4 tablespoons of coconut sugar or other sweetener
1 cup of coconut yoghurt
1/4 cup of water
Chai spice mix
2 star anise pods
1 cinnamon quill
2 cardamom pods
5 cloves
1/4 teaspoon of fennel seeds

Preheat your oven to 160c. Slice the apples into wedges then add to a baking dish with the water & 3 tablespoons of coconut sugar. crush the chai spices & add to the dish of apples. toss to coat the apples in the spices. Bake for 20 min until the apples are soft and golden. In a medium bowl mix oats, milk & remaining coconut sugar together then spoon into the bottom of 2 large jars. When the apples are cooked remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly. Spoon the apples into the jar on top of the oats, pour over the syrup from the baking dish. Top with chopped medjool dates and coconut yoghurt. Eat straight away or pop in the fridge for a grab and go breakfast.


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