Healthy apple pie bake recipe using apple juice instead of traditional milk. Juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way you like it! Dairy free and vegan too.Jazz apples are my absolute favourite, so when JazzApple UK challenged me to come up with a recipe using their apples, I was thrilled. Today I am sharing with my healthy apple pie bake recipe! It is so delicious and perfect for this upcoming Indian summer season. Thank you to JazzApple UK for sponsoring this recipe!

Healthy apple pie bake recipe using apple juice instead of traditional milk. Juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way you like it! Dairy free and vegan too.
I truly love Jazz apples. I don’t often see them in every shop, but when I do I buy in bulk. I love them sliced with peanut butter and a few chocolate chips, or in my apple galette, apple tower or just scoffing one down as a quick snack.

Healthy apple pie bake recipe using apple juice instead of traditional milk. Juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way you like it! Dairy free and vegan too.Healthy apple pie bake recipe using apple juice instead of traditional milk. Juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way you like it! Dairy free and vegan too.
Here are some facts from JazzApple UK (you can check them in here) :
The Perfect Match – JAZZ is a funky fusion of a Braeburn and a Royal Gala – the nation’s two most bought apple varieties.
• Grown in the UK – although JAZZ is a truly international apple, it is an apple variety that loves the English soil and conditions meaning that from November to the end of April, UK JAZZ Apples are widely available. The variety is a big favourite of UK apple growers.

Healthy apple pie bake recipe using apple juice instead of traditional milk. Juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way you like it! Dairy free and vegan too.• The Taste – described as a tangy sweet taste, the taste profile of a JAZZ is certainly unique, offering the perfect mix of sweet and tart. Here’s what people at the BBC Good Food show said: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2U1q4V1OMY
• The Crunchiest and Juiciest – ultra-refreshment in apple form, JAZZ apples are crunchy and filled with thirst quenching apple-ly goodness. In fact, you probably won’t find a juicier apple.

Healthy apple pie bake recipe using apple juice instead of traditional milk. Juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way you like it! Dairy free and vegan too.• Lasting power to help reduce wastage – thanks again to its crunchy, dense texture, JAZZ apples have an amazing ability to keep. If stored correctly in a cool dark place or even better, in the fridge, they can easily last for up to and over 4 weeks.
• All year-round availability – by growing perfectly in Southern Hemisphere and Northern Hemisphere countries, it means that JAZZ apples are available for 12 months of the year. Now grown in the UK, NZ, France, Italy, USA, Chile, Switzerland, Austria and Australia.

Healthy apple pie bake recipe using apple juice instead of traditional milk. Juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way you like it! Dairy free and vegan too.• More than an apple – it’s a naturally refreshing sensation #JazzSensation
• Responsibly grown – by specially selected growers under license.
• Available – Aldi, Asda, Booths, Co-op, Lidl, Morrisons, M&S, Ocado, Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and good independent green grocers.

Healthy apple pie bake recipe using apple juice instead of traditional milk. Juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way you like it! Dairy free and vegan too.
Now back to the healthy apple pie bake recipe. This is simply gorgeous with a lovely texture and loads of flavour. It is incredibly juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way I like it. Instead of milk, I’ve used apple juice, but if you are feeling brave try apple cider, I think it will make it taste even better! In addition, the apple juice sweetens it slightly, so you don’t have to add too many other sweeteners, and instead, you can just use the natural sweetness of the fruit.

Here’s the healthy apple pie bake recipe

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Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 1 big perfectly sweet Jazz apple, chopped into cubes
  • 2 cups oats
  • ½ cup mixed nuts
  • ½ cup mixture of raisins, sultanas and cranberries
  • 2 cups apple juice
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil, melted
  • 2 tbsp date, honey or brown rice syrup
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • Pinch of nutmeg
  • Pinch of salt
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees and grease your square baking dish with touch of coconut oil.
  2. Mix together the chopped apple, oats, nuts, dried fruit, baking powder, cinnamon, salt and nutmeg in a big bowl.
  3. Then whisk together the apple juice, coconut oil, vanilla extract and date syrup.
  4. Pour the liquid mixture over the apple mixture and combine well. Tip into a baking dish and bake for about 40 minutes.
How easy and simple is this healthy apple pie bake recipe?? I am so obsessed and so are my kids. So far we have made it twice in one week, once for breakfast and another time served it with a warm custard for as an evening pudding.

Healthy apple pie bake recipe using apple juice instead of traditional milk. Juicy, fragrant with a tang of sweet and sour, just the way you like it! Dairy free and vegan too.As always please, if you make this recipe share it with me either on my Facebook,Twitter or Instagram. I would love to see it! Hashtag #HediHearts

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Much love,
Hedi

2 Comments on Healthy apple pie bake recipe

  1. Louise Williams
    August 24, 2017 at 6:56 am (3 months ago)

    Hi, could you recommend a clean vanilla brand please? Thanks
    PS: This recipe looks amazing! XxX

    Reply
  2. Fiona
    August 30, 2017 at 2:05 pm (3 months ago)

    Hi What type of oats are used in the recipe? Normal Porridge Oats?

    Reply

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