Monday, November 14, 2016

@@InspiraHN Program this Friday #Fall Apple #dessert: Crisp, Cobbler or Crumble? #GardenCuizine @EatRightNJ @FCPDPG

Apple Dessert
Crisp? Cobbler or Crumble?

Good Source Fiber and Vitamin C
What's the difference between an Apple Crisp, Apple Cobbler or Apple Crumble? Come find out and join us this Friday at Inspira Health Network's Senior Health Program that includes a catered lunch and guest speaker, who is guess who?... yours truly! I'm looking forward to it and will be joined by three dietetic interns.  

Serves 15
Cranberry Apple Crisp
12 Gala Apples
3 cups cranberries
12 graham cracker squares
3/4 cups brown sugar
1 cup rolled oats
1/2 cup all purpose flour
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
3/4 cups margarine, melted 
Cooking demo featuring Diana Wind, RDN presented to Inspira Health Network Senior Health Program 
Putting it all together
  1. In a plastic baggie, use a rolling pin or your hands and crush the graham crackers to desired texture.
  2. Peel, core and slice apples and place on bottom of 9 " x 13" baking dish. Add cranberries and combine.
  3. Mix dry ingredients together, then add the melted butter. Combine.
  4. Spoon the crumbs over the fruit and bake at 350 deg F. for 45-60 minutes.
Recipe compliments of Inspira 2016 Dietetic Interns
GardenCuizine Nutrition Data Apple Crisp: 1/15 of recipe: about 130g
Good Source: Dietary Fiber and Vitamin C
Calories: 241; Total Fat 7g (10% DV); Saturated Fat 2g (9% DV); Trans Fat 0; Cholesterol 0; Sodium 126 mg (5% DV); total Carbohydrates 45 g; Dietary Fiber 4g (15% DV); Net Carbs: 41 CHO (about 3 Carb servings); Vitamin A (9% DV); Vitamin C (13% DV); Thiamin ~0.1mg (~10%DV)
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