Who doesn’t love apple pie? Am I right? Well, these amazing paleo apple pie bites are just the snack when you are craving homemade apple pie. These take almost no time to make and kids will go crazy for them. The best news is they are paleo, which means no grains whatsoever in this recipe.
Paleo recipes are the way to go for individuals who avoid grains because they don’t agree with them or simply want to lower the inflammation in their bodies. I love paleo, gluten-free recipes because I suffer from celiac disease. This auto-immune disease attacks my gut health and causes constant inflammation if not controlled by my diet. That’s why I love to create healthy gluten-free and paleo recipes. They maintain my overall gut health and decrease inflammation within my body.
So if you too suffer from an auto-immune disease and follow a paleo or gluten-free diet, then you will love this delicious and easy snack recipe.
WALNUT KEY NUTRIENTS
Antioxidants | Alpha-linoleic acid | Phytonutrients | Folate | Copper | Magnesium | Iron | Manganese | Potassium| Vitamin E | Zinc | Selenium
WALNUT HEALTH AND BEAUTY BENEFITS
Walnuts are one of the smaller, less-assuming superfoods. The humble walnut is often neglected when it comes to assessing the many health-boosting foods we eat. Nuts are an amazing source of protein for non-meat eaters. Some nuts (like walnuts) have even more health benefits than most of us are aware of, leading to their categorization as ‘Superfoods!’
Just one-quarter cup of walnuts provides more than 100 percent of the daily recommended value of plant-based omega-3 fats. In addition to high amounts of copper, manganese, molybdenum, and biotin. These paleo apple pie bites are filled with just the right about of walnuts to provide your body with omega-3 fats.
Walnuts may help reduce not only the risk of prostate cancer but breast cancer as well. These amazing nuts also contain the amino acid l-arginine. These benefit individuals with heart disease due to the many vascular benefits. Walnuts contain several unique and powerful antioxidants that are available in only a few commonly eaten foods.
This amazing little nut contains protein and healthy fats which help to regulate your blood sugar levels. A beautiful benefit of adding walnuts into your diet is the compound, alpha-linolenic acid, which is powerful when it comes to strengthening the skin. Selenium in walnuts is great for a healthy scalp. PUFAS, polyunsaturated fatty acids, contained in walnuts, help dry the scalp because of their anti-inflammatory properties.
They also have been proven to improve sperm quality, help with weight control, and offer support for brain health and type 2 diabetes.
I highly suggest also trying out some of my other recipes containing this walnut superfood, try my healthy ginger-nutmeg oat bar recipe.Print
ENJOY THESE PALEO APPLE PIE BITES!
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