Wednesday, November 14, 2012

2 Minute Apple Pie in a Mug

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 I love a quick dessert when you just have a craving for something sweet.  This apple pie in a mug is fast, easy and full of that apple pie flavor you love.  You can serve it with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream ... or both! I topped it with some crumbled nilla wafer cookies to give some crunch and the feeling of a "crust".  You can actually forgo the cookies all together and have a crust-less pie dessert.  My daughter squealed with delight when I pulled this out of the microwave and she tasted it.   You can even make this low carb by swapping the powdered sugar for some agave syrup. Either way it's a fun and easy dessert and "Shhhhh" no one needs to know you had apple pie.  It's between you, the mug and the microwave. :)



 Ingredients:
1 cup chopped (skinned and cored) apple
1/2 tsp all purpose flour
1 tsp butter
1/4 tsp cinnamon powder
1 tsp powdered sugar (or more to taste)
pinch of grated fresh nutmeg
tiny sprinkle of salt
few drops of lemon juice
3-4 nilla wafer cookies coarsely crumbled
scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream for garnish

 Directions:
Skin, core and chop apple. Add all ingredients (except for cookies, or garnishes: whipped cream/ice cream) to microwave safe mug.  Stir well.






Microwave for 2 minutes on high and taste.  If desired microwave for another 30 seconds.  Top with crumbled cookies and whipped cream and/or ice cream. Enjoy.





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20 comments:

  1. Love this idea. Clever! I will squirrel the recipe away.

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  2. I love this idea of apple pie in a cup. 2 minutes, that is my kind of dessert. How are you my friend? Sorry that I haven't been by but I have been working on another web site, I will let you know once we get it running, it's been fun but time consuming. Hope all is well. Are you gearing up for Thanksgiving?

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  3. I am going to be a winner for my husband with this dessert. He can have his apple pie every night!

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  4. I love this idea! Quick and much healthier than a big piece of pie with the crust!

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  5. Fantastic,prefect for a sudden craving.

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  6. As much as I love this recipe I seriously need to hide it. You have no idea how tempted I am to skip my workout and go to the store and buy apples!!

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  7. Wat a unique idea...only you could have thought of this :-) I will try this sometime...Not a fan of Granny Smith apples though!

    Regards,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com/

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  8. No Ramona, EVERYONE MUST KNOW ABOUT THIS PIE.

    Brilliant idea. I have not been near the microwave for desserts since my disastrous chocolate caramel mug cake, but you have given me just the reason to try again. :) Delicious post my friend.

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  9. Very neat idea! So simple.. and comforting. I love those wafers to snack on by themselves too.

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  10. With just the two of us, simple desserts like this that can be made and eaten is perfect! And no leftovers-more than perfect! Hope you've had a marvelous week!

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  11. is it one teaspoon or tablespoon for the butter?

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  12. i made this for breakfast, substituted for more healthier options. this was really good and super simple. thanks!

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  13. I just tried this recipe. Didn't have nutmeg or Nilla wafers, instead I used coconut biscuits. They turned out GREAT!!!!!! I am sooo bookmarking and pinning this page right now!

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    1. So glad you enjoyed the dish! Yes, definitely substitute it to what you have around.... it's always fun to experiment in the kitchen. Thanks again for dropping by my blog. :)

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