Tuesday, September 22, 2015

When You Can't Eat Raw Apples, Sautee 'Em!

One of the things about chemo that I have found a slight bit on the irritating side, is the kind of person I have become: a germaphope.
 
With having very low white blood cell counts, I have had to be VERY careful about where I go, what I touch, who I am around, and even what I eat. When you know something as simple as a cold could put you in the hospital, you kinda become paranoid...
 
I don't spend large amounts of time in close quarters, with large groups of people, so as to limit exposure to germs. And I have had to replace my natural homemade cleaners, for bleach to ensure no germs linger on my cabinets.
 
I have even had to stop eating raw fruits an veggies for a time.
 
I really had a craving for apples today. But, knowing my counts are still low, I knew chowing down on a fresh one might not be such a great idea. So, I got creative, and cooked some up.
 
All I did was peel and slice two apples. Preheated some coconut oil in a pan. Placed said apples, in  the oil. Sprinkled on some cinnamon and nutmeg. Sauteed them for about 6 minutes...
 

 
and voila! A yummy, healthy fall snack.
 
 
A perfect follow-up to setting up an outdoor scene. :D
 
 

Have you tried any new recipes of late?

Have a wonderfully blessed day! Thanks for stopping by!
Angel

4 comments:

  1. Way to go being creative, Angel! That definitely looks like a delicious fall snack and your decor is so cute and welcoming! I'm glad you're finding ways to enjoy the beginning of fall!!

    Have a great day! Hugs!
    ~ Vicki

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  2. that looks very yummy! go you for finding new ways to do things!

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  3. I love your creativity! And your fall decor ... SO CUTE! Your youness is so inspiring to me. I hope you are feeling well, doing well and growing stronger. I think of you often!

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