Baked Apple Crisps. {Recipe}

Via Hayley Hobson
on Oct 3, 2013
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I love easy snacks.

And of course, the healthier the better.

That way, when I give them to my kids, I feel good about what they are eating.

Dried or baked fruit? Perfect idea for them. Super simple and pretty delicious.

Here’s What You Need:

  • 4 apples, cored and thinly sliced
  • 2 drops of Cinnamon essential oil
  • 4 TBSP Coconut oil
  • tsp cinnamon


Preheat oven to 275 degrees.

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.

Toss the apples in a tbsp of coconut oil mix then place on the parchment paper.

Bake at 275 degrees for two hours.

While they are baking, add two drops of the Cinnamon essential oil to another 3 tbsp of coconut oil and mix

Once two hours is up turn the apples over then cook for another 60 minutes. Check on the apples every 30 minutes there after to check for your desired crispness.

When the apples are done, drizzle the Cinnamon essential oil and Coconut oil on top and garnish by sprinkling the Cinnamon flakes on top.

I have just given you a great snack recipe and idea. What kind of baked snacks do you like? I would love to hear from you. Leave your comments in the box below.

If you like this recipe share it with moms! This is a healthy snack for kids. Post it on FB, Pin it to Pinterest or Tweet it.

XO, Hayley

P.S. I use Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils in all of my recipes because they have ah-mazing health benefits, even to the point of medicinal. Trust me, you want these in your diet.

And make sure you can ingest them. Not all oils are created equal!

Check it out:

Cinnamon essential oil targets immune, muscle and digestive health. It’s an antioxidant, helps with immune support, bacterial and viral infections, mood elevator and respiratory infections.


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Ed: Sara Crolick







About Hayley Hobson

Hayley Hobson is an author, speaker, business coach, yogi, Pilates and holistic nutritional expert based in Boulder, CO. Hayley creates lifestyle transformations by coaching her clients to strengthen, nourish and evolve through the cycles and shifts in life. Combining cutting edge understanding in all three disciplines due to years of anatomical study and dietary theory, Hayley’s approach leverages their blended benefits and results. Her unique and intelligent style promotes strengthening while softening–empowering her client’s to heal not only their physical bodies, but their hearts and minds as well. Hayley studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, continues her studies with David Wolfe, raw food expert and is an essential oil expert in her own right.  Her insights and articles can also be found on her blog, Mindbodygreen and Islaorganics. She has also been featured in Pilates Style magazine, Natural Health magazine and Triathlete Magazine.  She has fun running and playing in the mountains with her husband, former world-ranked triathlete, Wes Hobson and their two beautiful daughters, Makenna and Madeline. To learn more about her nutritional courses, events she's hosting and custom programs go to her website or follow her on Facebook or Twitter or Pinterest.


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