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Apple Berry Cobblers

Jamie Geller cooks up a warm and filling, healthy and elegant dessert in this cooking demo sponsored by StartFresh.com

Published: February 8, 2009

Apple Berry Cobblers

1/2 cup water
1/2 teaspoon almond extract
1 Start Fresh almond biscotti
1 small McIntosh apple, peeled and cut into chunks
1/3 cup blueberries
2 teaspoons splenda (optional)

1.Preheat oven to 350° F.
2.Fill a small bowl with water. Add 1/2 teaspoon of almond extract.
3.Dip the biscotti into the bowl and remove quickly. Set aside
4.Combine apple, blueberries and splenda in a medium bowl and mix well.
5.Place apple mixture into 1 (16oz) or 2 (8oz) ramekins or individual baking dishes.
6.Crush the biscotti by hand and sprinkle over top.
7.Bake at 350° for 40 minutes. Serve warm

Recipe Courtesy: StartFresh.com

NUTRITION FACTS
Amount Per Serving
Calories 125 Calories from Fat 5

% Daily Value*
Total Fat1g1%
Saturated Fat0g0%
Cholesterol5mg2%
Sodium0mg0%
Total Carbohydrate25g8%
Dietary Fiber4g18%
Sugars2g 
Protein0g 
Vitamin A0% 
Vitamin C5% 
Calcium0% 
Iron0% 

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Wesley Kosher Supermarket donated all the groceries for this episode.

Wesley Kosher Supermarket.
455 Rt. 306
Monsey, NY
Phone: 845.364.7217



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Visitor Comments: 5

(5) Anonymous, February 16, 2009 9:56 PM

splenda is a carcinogenic

this recipe is not healthy splenda is a dangerous substance, don't go near it with a ten foot pole. for anyone who's interested on reading up about the truth behind all sweeteners, both artificial and natural, go online to the weston a. price foundation , and read the article on sweeteners. try maple syrup or stevia in this recipe.

(4) Marcia Bodenstein, February 16, 2009 2:40 PM

Using Splenda

Start Fresh neither endorses nor opposes the use of artificial sweeteners. These are strictly personal decisions, as these are made with sugar (and yes, chemicals). We dont think that sugar is any great shakes either, as it has been found to be addictive. However, we live in a "sweet" world. Splenda seems to be the"sweetener of choice at the moment",so we includede it in our recipes.SO, all that is to say, use the sweetening agent of your choice - just be aware that sugar, honey,brown sugar, raw sugar, and all the other sugars are just that - sugars.

(3) Varda Branfman, February 16, 2009 6:10 AM

Don't Add Splenda!

I recently read about the health hazards of splenda which the FDA seems to have approved with only minimal testing on humans. Despite the calories, it seems that a bit of sugar or honey might be a safer choice.

(2) Susan, February 15, 2009 11:29 AM

Splenda

Hello Jamie, I love your recipes ~ I want to share with you the dangers of what the media has lead us to believe to be safe and that is Splenda. There are legal but dishonest loopholes that lets the Company manipulate the facts about the calories. It is a combination product that can be very unsafe for diabetics in particular calorie wise. Bulking agents are used along with the Sucralose, dextrose and maltodextran which is taken from "high fructose corn syrup" The facts are manipulated by the study of sucralose.(they can state there are zero calories when it really is not) It is a chlorinated organic compound and our body doesn't know what to do with it. You do not need to post my information. I am not Jewish. I respect this website and read it from top to bottom absorbing what I can. I am not even sure if Splenda is Kosher. I just wanted to tell you for your information. I work for a holistic chiropractor and get a lot of information from my daughter who is in Medical School. I just know that chemically made sweeteners are just that, chemicals which our bodies are not lacking and can actually keep us addicted and fat. Using raw cane sugar is actually much safer or I use organic Blue Agave, very sweet and low glycemic.

(1) Esther Rosenstein, February 10, 2009 9:31 AM

Fabulous idea for those watching their weight

I'm an old time Start Fresh member (not online) and this is yet another one of their great ideas. I'm always looking for something filling at night - this sounds perfect

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