Baked Apple A La Mode Weight Loss Recipe
The hardest part of being on a diet isn't watching what you eat, it's watching what everyone else eats! Our family events often focus on food and being Italian, that means a plethora of delicious treats.
Since I have a thyroid disorder that makes staying at my optimal weight very difficult, I came up with recipes that taste totally fattening and also help improve your health. I sneak these recipes into my families diet so they don't know it's actually good for them! Even my college age son doesn't know :) Just make sure to work out as that is 1/2 the weight loss battle. If you've read that weight loss is all about what you eat - that's simply not the whole story, you must exercise to lose weight and if you have a thyroid condition there's no and, if's or but's about it.
The walking workout in my new Get Stronger Bones DVD will burn off this delicious dessert and speed up your metabolism so you burn fat - even in your sleep. Thanks for taking the time to be with a very important person - YOU!
Baked Apple A La Mode Recipe:
- 1 chopped apple per crust
- Sprinkle of cinnamon sugar
- Pre-made pie crusts
- ¼ cup Low-fat vanilla yogurt
- Preheat oven at 350 degrees
- Assemble apples in pie crusts (one apple per crust)
- Bake the Apple A La Modes in the oven for 20 minutes
- Cool off before adding a dollop (or two!) per pie crust
- Serve and enjoy!
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