Healthy Apple Pie – Breakfast Treat!

Nov 21, 2012 by

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Hello my Sweeties,

I have a wonderful and super delicious and super easy to make Apple Pie Recipe!  This is a perfect breakfast pie, it only takes a few ingredients, and it’s very good for you.  Since it’s the holidays we always crave something delicious around these times and this pie idea came to me last night, because it reminded me of a similar pie my grandma used to bake when I was little.

I added no additional sugar, because to me it was sweet plenty, but if you can add a bit of raw honey if you like if you enjoy things on much sweeter side.


The Ingredients


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  • Organic Almonds – 6 oz package
  • Old Fashioned Oats – 1 cup
  • Eggs – 4
  • Apples – 3
  • Organic Raisins – 10 oz
  • Almond Milk – 1/2 cup
  • Cinnamon – 3 tea spoons
  • Sea Salt – to taste




Place Almonds and  Oats into the blender and chop it until it turns into a semi-flour mixture.  You will still be able to see just a little bit of almonds in there.


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  1. Add 2.5 tea spoons of cinnamon, 4 eggs, sea salt to taste and almond milk.  Mix it very well until it’s smooth.  The mixture needs to be not too thick and not too thin, somewhere in between.

  3. Now mix inn the raisins.

  5. Chop the apples into small pieces and place them into your pie making container. Pour the mixture over them, using a fork or a spoon distribute it through the apples.

  7. Sprinkle the rest of the cinnamon on top.


Heat up the stove to 365 degrees. Bake it for 1 hour and 20 minutes.

Let it cool and enjoy!


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Hugs and Happy Holidays!


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  • Can’t wait to try this. My hubby LOVES apple pie and I’m always looking for healthy alts. Thanks Tati!

    • I know you and your husband will really enjoy this one!

  • SuSu

    Looks and sounds wonderful.

    And here is a link to coupons for the Simply Organic spices.

  • <3 U so much my girlie 🙂

  • Nelly

    wow wow wow my favorite apples- I love all apple desserts and this looks fantastic and delicious Tati

  • Debbie

    Hi Tatianna! I just stumbled upon your blog and I’m so happy that I did! I’ve checked out several of your videos and I’m looking forward to getting started. I simply adore your positive energy and the details you add to each video for beginners. I have a question for you, I need to lose about 20 lbs. Do you feel if I eat clean and do your workouts, that would be enough to shed the body fat I want to lose? Or do you think that since I have weight to lose, I should also add in cardio in addition to your workouts? P.S. My husband LOVES apple pie so I can’t wait to try this recipe!!!

    • Hi Debbie 🙂

      Welcome to Loving Fit! I always suggest to add additional cardio after the workouts, usually if a person doesn’t need to lose weight I only suggest to add 10-15 minutes, but since you do have to lose weight 20-25 minutes of light cardio is always recommended after the strength training.

      • Debbie

        Thanks for the warm welcome and quick reply! I’m currently taking a TRX class twice a week and plan to add one of your full body workouts on a third day. I’m also going to incorporate cardio as you suggested. I can’t say how happy I am to have found your site and how thankful I am that I can post a question and actually get a reply! Another fitness website I tried to like (name I won’t mention) filtered out my comments and questions for some odd reason. Thank you so much for all you are doing here!!!

        • Debbie

          Me again 🙂 I’ve been reading as much as I can from your site and just stumbled upon this comment you wrote

          “Before your workout it’s best if you have veggies and protein ( eggs are
          great ). After the workout depending on what results you want, a) if
          you want to lose weight, than not eating for 1-2 hours is best. b) if
          you want to gain muscle than it’s best if you eat a piece of fruit and
          few eggs or chicken breast, or if you like you can have whey protein :),
          but make sure you have that fruit after the workout cause your muscles
          need glycogen.”

          So I should eat 1-2 hours after a workout since my goal is to shed body fat. Should I also be eating a piece of fruit and a protein source? Or if I want to shed fat, I should be eating something different?

          • Yes if you want to lose weight then I recommend not eating right after the workout, wait 1-2 hours. Then you can have veggies and lean protein.

          • Debbie

            Thanks Tatianna!

  • steffi_dk

    sounds delicious:P

    • It was, I only have 1 piece left 😛

  • It all depends on your portion sized, it’s about the size of a regular pie you get at the store, I would say about 7- 8 good size portions.

  • I’ve never been one for cake…but pie, that’s a whole different story. I’m not one for breakfast, but I’d have to say that I wouldn’t mind sitting down with a slice after waking up.

    • It’s a very healthy breakfast pie Mitch, not the sugary kind, I’ve ate it already twice for breakfast 🙂

      I enjoy your blog by the way –

      • I can see being pulled back for a second and even for a third serving. Also, thank you for the blog shout out. Much appreciated. 🙂

  • tee_w

    Looks yummy!

  • Nelly

    Tati, I have a question- it may seems stupid but I read so many different things in internet and I don;t know which is true. What is the best post workout meal if I want to loose some belly fat? And another question- is that true that we have to eat carbohydrates (wholegrain bread or pasta, black rice, potatoes…) every 4th day. I mean 3 days we eat only meat, veggies, fruits, proteins without carbohydrates if we want to loose fat?

    • Hi Nelly,

      The best post workout meal if you want to lose fat is not eating 1-2 hours after. Then you can have a good salad, with some kind of fruit in it and lean protein.

      It is definitely not true that you have to eat certain foods at certain times, it is just another diet marketing thing. I am all about the simple approach to nutrition, eat clean, lot’s of whole foods, no processed foods and also allow your self to indulge once a week at least. Then you will have a much easier time losing fat 🙂

  • Nelly

    Thank you Tati for the answer. I will try your advices 🙂

  • kenz

    making this tomorrow! im up with my baby at 5:30 every morning looking for things to do.. this is perfect, something to keep us busy….. and a healthy breakfast for everyone else when they wake up. Thanks!
    i am loving your site!

  • Evaleen

    I hope this doesn’t sound nit-picky lol, but I’d classify this dish as a “cobbler”. 😀 Anyway, loved it! Was best warm right out of the oven 🙂 I used chopped up dates cause prefer them over raisins, almond meal since I already had some, and half each of oats and oat bran (I simply ran out of regular oats lol). And I sampled the batter before pouring over the apples… was so delicious that I would have eaten it raw.

    Another thing I’ve been loving lately for breakfast: spiced banana pancakes. 😀 Two to three eggs, 3/4 to a whole banana, 1 oz of toasted oats, 2 pinches of salt, a little extra sweetener (optional but recommended to intensify the spice flavor), 1/4 tsp of nutmeg with 2 dashes of cinnamon and a dash of cloves. I just blend it all up in a food processor, but beating/mashing together should also do just fine. 🙂

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