90 Calorie “Fried” Apples

2 Nov

I love Fried Apples, as any good southern girl should. I remember, growing up my grandmother taught me to save my fried apples at dinner and eat them on a biscuit for dessert…just like apple pie. Here’s a great “not really fried” apple recipe that my family enjoys. It’s a pretty decent substitute for the real thing when you’re calorie conscious.

– 4 medium to large apples (I used gala)
– 1 tablespoon splenda
– 1/2 tablespoon cinnamon
– 1/2 tablespoon 0 calorie butter spray
– 1 tbsp.- 1/4 cup water

1. Wash, core, and slice (but don’t you dare peel!) all apples.
2. Mix with cinnamon and splenda.
3. spray 0 calorie butter spray into a small-med size frying pan, and add apple mixture.
4. heat on medium heat, stirring regularly for about 3 min.
5. When/If apples start to stick, or you’re afraid they’ll burn, add 1 tbsp. water at a time to the skillet.
6. Cook apples down, stirring often (adding water as often as needed) until they reach the texture you prefer.

Enjoy these as a lovely side, or throw some fat free coolwhip on top for dessert.


3 Responses to “90 Calorie “Fried” Apples”

  1. mommysonadiet November 10, 2013 at 9:11 pm #

    1 serving= appx 2 weight watchers points plus, by calories. however, if you live by “fruit is free” many folks would count these as 0 points.


    • Debra June 24, 2015 at 8:43 am #

      You didn’t list what the serving size is that equals the 90 calories? Counting calories so just want to make sure I have the right amount. This sounds yummy and looking forward to trying it out. Thanks for posting


      • mommysonadiet June 24, 2015 at 11:28 pm #

        So sorry Debra!! Thanks for pointing this out. I’ll update the post when I have a minute, but the recipe makes 4 servings 🙂 good eye.


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