Spiced Apple Walnut Breakfast Bowl

If you’re looking for a hearty breakfast, that’s satisfying and filled with protein this breakfast bowl is perfect! It’s also a nice change up from the usual smoothie. HP shared this in her food journal for this week as she’s healing from Red Skin Syndrome.

Her body needs more than the usual amount of protein as she heals and this is one of her staple morning breakfasts. How you start your morning sets the tone for the rest of the day, how you’ll feel and what you’ll crave. So make sure to get started off right!

Spiced Apple Walnut Breakfast Bowl

Spiced Apple Walnut Breakfast Bowl

This is a great fibro-fighter meal, with ginger and turmeric helping to control pain and inflammation. Apples are filled with vitamin C, minerals like magnesium,  anti-oxidants and fiber. Fiber helps keep you feeling full longer, promotes healthy digestion and helps constipation. Anti-oxidants in apples help fight cancer,boost memory and brain health helping with fibro fog. Apples are definitely a fibro-fighter food.

Spiced Apple Walnut Breakfast Bowl

Spiced Apple Walnut Breakfast Bowl

HP’s Breakfast Bowl Recipe:

2 Red Apples cored and quartered

1/2 Cup walnuts

1/2 Cup dried mixed fruit
1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon
1 inch piece turmeric peeled
2 inch piece ginger peeled
Directions: Place all ingredients in the food processor. Pulse blend until it becomes small pieces.
(Do NOT over process into a purée.)
Place in a bowl and add topping. I used diced strawberries for my topping.


  1. Gina Kijek on November 29, 2015 at 5:35 pm

    I absolutely LOVE this recipe!! This is one of my staples for raw breakfast!! I eat this at least 2x week! and its so easy to make. Especially when you are drinking lots of smoothies and craving oatmeal and/or want something crunchy. for breakfast. The apples, ginger, turmeric, walnuts, and cinnamon all together are bursting with flavors! I usually put a handful of goji berries in mine and top with fresh raspberries and a a splash of homeade cashew milk.

    • Christine on November 29, 2015 at 8:47 pm

      Gina!!Hi!! I’m so glad you like it so much, this is one of my favorites too it’s so hearty and satisfying.I love the addition of cashew milk and the extra fruit sounds wonderful. Lots of love girlfriend! Xo.

  2. Gina on August 18, 2018 at 3:57 pm

    Few years later and I still love this recipe! I just leave out the dried fruit, which I don’t do well with. Whenever I have a fibromyalgia flair-up, this is my go-to food ….and it tastes so yummy ! The ginger and turmeric diminish the pain significantly or entirely. I find that if I eat this for two days in a row, the flair-up ends. That’s an incredible testimony to the power of these healing foods.

    • Christine on August 27, 2018 at 1:51 am

      Wow Gina that IS a powerful testimony to how food is a form of medicine, thank you so much for sharing! I’m so glad you’re still enjoying the recipe it’s one of my faves too. Lots of love!!

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