Apple-Cinnamon Norridge

Apple-Cinnamon N’orridge

If you follow me on my Facebook or Instagram, you may have seen my post about my role model and grandmother, Mama E, who passed away last week. It’s been a tough week,  and I’m so thankful for the AIP blogging community, who jumped in to help post for me. Today, Martine from thepaleopartridge.com is sharing one of her favorite recipes, and I cannot thank her enough!

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Apple-Cinnamon N'orridge
 
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This nutrient-rich and delicious dish is perfect for breakfast, or for a comforting sweet treat! Serve warm on a cold day, or enjoy cold for a pudding-like snack!
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Cuisine: Breakfast
Serves: 4-6
Ingredients
  • 1 can of coconut milk
  • 1⁄2 c cauliflower rice
  • 1⁄2 c shredded coconut
  • 2 c grated apple
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1⁄2 tsp cinnamon
  • Optional: honey, maple syrup or chopped dates* to sweeten
Directions
  1. Mix the coconut milk, cauliflower rice, shredded coconut, grated apple, vanilla, and cinnamon in a large pot and simmer for 15-20 minutes.
  2. Serve warm, although thisdish is also nice cold.
  3. *If you opt for the addition of chopped dates, then add them during the simmering process.

Martine Partridge

Martine Partridge is a combatter of Crohn’s, a practicer of yoga, an eater of AIP paleo, a lover of literature, a steeper of tea, and a luster of wander. Martine has battled Crohn’s Disease for two decades and has achieved well being primarily by combining orthodox medicine with dietary adjustments. The most positive change occurred after adopting a paleo lifestyle along with AIP adjustments. Fine-tuning what she eats results in reduced inflammation, and for the first time in years, she has the upper hand on those formerly chronically high inflammatory markers (huzzah!). Martine adores her husband and six-year-old shih tzu, Henry; she is forever grateful to her parents for their unconditional love and incredible support, especially through the darkest days of dealing with Crohn’s disease; she admires and applauds the strength and inspiration of her fellow AI warriors who refuse to let disease define them and who continue to fight against autoimmunity.

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