Apple Pie for breakfast? Sign me up!
There are very few things I like about summer ending. I am all about the warm weather, constant sunshine, shorts, flip flops, dinner outside, finally having color on my face, etc. So needless to say, when Fall is coming I get a bit sad that before I know it I will be bundled up in my puffy jacket, UGG boots and trekking to Whole Foods in the snow storm.
Anyways, despite my love for summer, there is one thing about Fall I get quite excited about and that is APPLE SEASON!
Heck yes. It is finally the season that revolves around my absolute favorite fruit. Good ol’ classic apples. I can’t remember the last day that went by that I haven’t ate an apple. Call me a weirdo, but there is something about the juicy crunch you get when you bite into an apple (particularly honey crisp or pink lady if you’re lucky). I spend way too much time looking at the apple section at the market picking out the biggest, prettiest, crunchiest looking apples in the group. Then when it’s mid-September to early October, I get to go apple picking back at my parent’s house in New Jersey. I just did last week and we were able to make these delish Apple Blondies.
When ginnybakes sent me their Peace, Love & Apple crumbles it immediately brought a smile to my face. In case you haven’t heard of ginnybakes, they are a must try. They have so many delicious products like cookies, bars, crumbles and even baking mixes. All of their products are gluten free, organic & non-gmo and are absolutely delicious. They have so many varieties of flavors and everything tastes clean and leaves you feeling satisfied and like you are fueling your body with something that is good for you.
But back to these CRUMBLES. Now crumbles are Ginny’s version of granola. They are organic, vegan, soy-free, paleo, etc. and like chunks of pure heaven. I tried the Peace Love & Apple flavor first since well, it’s fall and apples and complete perfection.
The apple crumble mixes so many of my favorite flavors like cinnamon, nuts, seeds, and raisins. Basically some of my cravings on the regular. The taste of this flavor immediately reminded me of apple pie which brings me to my Apple Pie Chia Seeding Pudding (another chia seed pudding recipe of mine here).
This Apple Pie Chia Seed Pudding is creamy, hearty from the crumbles and SO easy to make using good old chia seeds! It has been my breakfast go-to this fall and I have a feeling I will continue my apple obsession with it all year long.
- 1 cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 3 tablespoons of chia seeds
- 1 tablespoon of maple syrup
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon apple pie spice
- 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1/3 cup of ginnybakes Apple Crumbles
- Mix together milk, chia seeds, maple syrup, vanilla extract, apple pie spice & cinnamon
- Store in refrigerator overnight
- Once you take it out to eat the next day, add Ginny Bake's Apple Crumble
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This recipe was sponsored by ginnybakes.