Baked apple of granola

Reasons to eat an apple a day
Moisturizes our body by its high water content (about 80% of its composition).
It is diuretic, reduces fluid buildup, cramps in the lower limbs (legs and feet) and high blood pressure due to its large amount of potassium.
Among its vitamins, has the group E, known to be strong antioxidants.
With soluble and insoluble fibers, it can be used both in people with constipation and with diarrhea. In the first case it is necessary to consume it raw and shelled and in the second, roasted or in the form of compote.
The apple peel has pectin. This fiber protects the intestinal mucosa. If you wash it well before eating, you will not have to peel it to enjoy all the benefits at the digestive level. In addition, several studies reveal that pectin plays a decisive role in preventing certain types of cancer, such as colon cancer.

Ingredients. Baked apple of granola

4 yellow apples
4 teaspoons butter
4 tablespoons granola with quinoa Kellogg’s®
4 tablespoons chopped candied fruit
4 teaspoons cinnamon
1/4 cup peeled almonds to decorate
4 teaspoons maple honey to decorate

Preparation
Preheat the oven to 180 ° C.
Cut the tip of the apples and descorazónalas without reaching the bottom to prevent the filling from coming out. Reservation.
In a small bowl, mix butter with Kellogg’s® quinoa, cinnamon fruits and cinnamon.
Stuff the apples with the mixture and bake for 30 minutes or until tender.
Garnish with peeled almonds and maple syrup.

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