Pink smoothies + back in Copenhagen

Healthified apple pie // Guest blogger: Julie Bruun

Healthified apple pie // Guest blogger: Julie Bruun
Hi loves, it is time for the very last post in my little guest blogger series as my LA trip is over and I am now back home in Copenhagen. This week I have the honor of having Julie from the blog Julie Bruun stopping by to share the recipe for her (healthified) apple pie – how good does it look?! Yum! Make sure to check out her blog for more amazing recipes!

Dear everybody

My name is Julie, I am 27 years old and live in Aarhus, Denmark. I am educated as a physiotherapist, fitness instructor and dietician. But currently I am on maternity leave with my little boy Noah, which I have been so lucky to be enriched with August this year.

My blog is primary about healthy food, but also about being a mom and all the amazing moments as supplied.

I am so happy to be visiting A Million Miles and share one of my favourite recipes. The universe over here is full of colour, pretty pictures and not least great recipes.

I have chosen this apple pie – it is very easy to make and often the one I end up with, when it has to go a little bit quickly. I hope you like it.

Thank you for lending me your blog sweet Signe.

You are all welcome to drop by over at my place or follow me on Instagram (juliebruunsblog)

Julie Bruun

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200 g. almonds
10 soft dates
200 g. coconut flour
4 eggs
1 can of coconut milk (preferably not light)
1 tbsp sweetener of choice*
1,5 tbsp almond essence
1/2 tsp salt
100 g white chocolate
3 apples

* The exact amount depends of which sweetener you choose, if it is honey use a little bit more. If it is sweet liquid from fx ISIS, then you can settle with 1 tbsp

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  1. Place the almonds and coconut flour in a blender or mini chopper and run into flour
  2. Remove the stones from the dates and mash them with a fork. Put them in a bowl with the flour.
  3. Open your can of coconut milk and see if you can get the fat part only and thereby avoid too much water.
  4. Put it in the bowl along with the eggs, the sweetening, almond essence and salt
  5. Chop the chocolate and add it to the rest. Mix until everything is well combined.
  6. Put it all in a pie dish and begin to cut the apples into thin slices and put them to the tart as shown on the picture.
  7. Bake the cake about 20 minutes at 175 degrees and serve it with sour cream.


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