Traditional recipes

Ayurvedic Cooked Apples for Breakfast

Ayurvedic Cooked Apples for Breakfast

Autumn calls for apple picking and why not put them to good use? Try making these baked apples to start your day off on...

Autumn calls for apple picking and why not put them to good use? Try making these baked apples to start your day off on the right foot. It may just feel like you are having a healthy dessert for breakfast!

Ingredients

  • 2 apples quartered, seeds removed, and cut into chunks
  • 1/4 Teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/8 Teaspoon ginger
  • 1/8 Teaspoon cardamom
  • 1/2 Teaspoon ghee

Servings4

Calories Per Serving53

Folate equivalent (total)3µg1%


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


We talk a lot about sattva here at Hale Pule. In fact, from our point of view, the goal of the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga is to increase sattva in the mind. Why is this?

Well, it really comes down to how you want to feel in life. I prefer to feel peaceful rather than agitated. I really enjoy myself when my body feels strong and agile, and I feel connected to it. When I feel open and enthusiastic about what’s happening right in front of me, I know I’m getting the most out of my experience. I feel content.

A steady feeling of contentment - that’s the practice of samtosha - and you can see how it’s rooted in sattva. We can find sattvic energy in nature - in our food. Most fruit is sattvic, and we eat it several times per week at Hale Pule.


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