Someone mentioned this. Apples were too tart and hard for me. I dice up, pour little honey, flaxseed, and cinnamon and microwave for 1 minute or so. Now I am eating my apple a day and hopefully keeping the doctor away.
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When I crave a warm dessert, I cut up an apple sprinkle a little cinnamon and stevia on it and microwave it until the apples soften. The smell of the apples and cinnamon are great and I feel like I am having apple pie - without the calories!
Use the microwave for more than making popcorn and warming coffee! Cooking with your microwave is fast, healthy and keeps the heat down in the kitchen during the summer.
Despite what you may think, you don't have to use processed foods, either. I've made whole grains like brown rice and regular oatmeal, quick eggs for breakfast sandwiches, toasted nuts, melted dark chocolate for dipping fruit, baked apples and potatoes, and steamed spaghetti squash in minutes, all thanks to my microwave.
Looking for recipes? Turn no further than the "Microwave Gourmet" cookbook, check out sites like AllRecipes.com or read this old New York Times article for ideas: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/02/dining/02mini.html
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