Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Apple Cinnamon Toast -- Recipe

One of the things I love most during cold weather is warm food.  Last winter I came up with this simple recipe for breakfast that my kids and I all enjoy. 

I start by buttering some pieces of bread and preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.  We love the 100% whole wheat bread from a local bakery -- very few ingredients with a taste and texture that far surpasses any huge factory producer's attempt.

Then I use my nifty apple corer/sectioner (pictured below) to help speed up the process.  I take each of the larger sections and cut those into four slices each.  I scored some delicious, local, no-pesticide apples and they were crisp and wonderful. 

Then I lay them out on the pieces of buttered bread,

sprinkle with sugar (we use whole, non-refined sugar, aka Succanat or Rapadura) and cinnamon.

{As a different method you could sprinkle the sugar and cinnamon on the bread, then place the apples on top (I will try that next time and update with my choice of which I like best).} 

and bake in the oven for 15 minutes (at 375 degrees F) or so.

Then we enjoy some nice warm comfort food!

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