Bagel Apple Rings…But Without the Carbs & Cals

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, lifestyle blogger, health blogger, and skinny blogger talks healthy, easy recipes.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, lifestyle blogger, health blogger, and skinny blogger talks healthy, easy recipes.

I’m.a.huge.believer.in.snacking. Meals are overwhelming- that three meal-a-day concept is BS. When I saw these on Pinterest, I decided to add some skinny mods. Instead of raw oats or sugary granola, I subbed Ezekiel’s Golden Flax cereal [ << yummmm ]. On the bagel-sliced apples, I used a swipe of almond butter, rather than peanut butter. Lastly, diced apricots + chopped pecans were used as a substitution for wrinkly, old raisins.

Why this snack is amaze: it’s easy, quick, ideal for worker bee’s…& the best part: the apple rings are incredibly filling.

So no. They’re not technically carb-filled, overly salted bagels. Just apples shaped like them ; ).

P.S. if you’re a bagel addict & apples don’t fit your fancy, try using bagel thins.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, lifestyle blogger, health blogger, and skinny blogger talks healthy, easy recipes.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, lifestyle blogger, health blogger, and skinny blogger talks healthy, easy recipes.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, lifestyle blogger, health blogger, and skinny blogger talks healthy, easy recipes.

 

 

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7 replies to “Bagel Apple Rings…But Without the Carbs & Cals”

  1. Very nice, and I’m sure the nut butter helps them be filling. I’m allergic to peanuts, so it’s almond butter or walnut butter all the way for me. I make my own using my Vitamix.