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Some of our favorite apple crumble recipes

Did you know that December 1st is Eat a Red Apple Day? Neither did we, but what a great reason to make one of the yummiest apple inspired and winter appropriate dessert or breakfast foods: The apple crumble.



Apples, more specifically red apples are apparently the best kind of apples. They get its red color from "anthocyanin, a class of heart-disease-fighting polyphenols".


Apples have a ton of health benefits. They are full of fiber which improve digestion, can alleviate diarrhea and ease constipation. They improve brain health and reduce the risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. The antioxidants found in red apples block free radicals that could damage brain cells.


Apples are also filled with vitamin C, this vitamin helps make collagen which is important for your skin and strengthens your immune system. The vitamin A found in apples are important for your eye health and can relieve fatigue and dryness in them. Apparently they reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. Apples can also help reduce the risk of diabetes and the fiber and flavonoids such as quercetin, triterpenoids, and pectin reduce the risk of several types of cancer.


Alright, enough about the benefits, now let's talk food! Here are some of our favorite recipes:


1. Apple Crisp by the Minimalist Baker (vegan & gluten-free)



2. Vegan Apple Crumble Recipe by BBC



3. Vegan Apple Crisp



4. Gluten Free Apple Crisp



5. Apple Crumble Recipe by The Healthy Chef




Enjoy as a dessert and add a scoop of ice cream, or as breakfast with a scoop of yogurt! And you know what they say: A bottle of champagne a day... oops we mean an apple a day, keeps the doctor away!


Have fun baking today and let us know how it goes! Tag us in your creation @movewithbodhiac and use #Finish2020Strong.


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