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Modern Pilates Fall Season

Attention - recipes of pure goodness below!

Without a doubt Fall is our favourite season, as we settle into the Fall Equinox and feel the changes of the season we begin to naturally prepare for what is ahead. Whether its meal prep for those busy nights at the rink or stocking the freezer with fresh soups to use up all the vegetables from what’s left over in the garden. It’s a great restart for many and the perfect time to bring focus back to ourselves and our health and wellness. Something about Fall feels so natural and calm. These are 10 of our favourite Fall activities to enjoy this season:

  • Trail walks to enjoy the fall colours
  • Checking out a local cider house or winery
  • Picking apples with the family
  • Starting a new indoor fitness routine
  • Running on a crisp morning
  • Drinking a warm beverage curled up on the couch
  • Getting apple cider & fresh donuts
  • Cooking a warm comfort meal for our family
  • Decorating our front porch
  • Visiting a pumpkin patch and corn mazes

With the Thanksgiving weekend around the corner we thought we would give you guys our feel good and easy go to dessert recipes. We hope you and your family enjoy it!


8 apples (Preferred Gala)

4 tbsp butter (Earth’s Balance)

¼ cup date sugar

½ tsp ground cinnamon


Crumble Topping:

½ cup GF or spelt flour

¼ cup GF Oats

¼ cup date sugar

¼ cup maple syrup

½ tsp ground cinnamon

4 tbsp butter (chilled)


Vegan butter use Earth’s Balance

We substituted brown and granulated sugar with date sugar and maple syrup to lower the glycemic index J



L&L xoxo


  1. Preheat oven to 400° F.
  2. Prepare the crumble topping: In a medium bowl whisk together flour, oats, date sugar, maple syrup and cinnamon. Cut in the butter with a pastry knife, or two forks until mixture is crumbly. Set aside
  3. Peel and chop 2 of the apples. Add chopped apples, butter, date sugar, and cinnamon to a medium sauce pan and stir over medium heat for 8 minutes or until apples are tender. Remove from heat.
  4. Chop the tops off of the remaining 6 apples and use a spoon to scoop out the flesh. You don’t scoop all of it out, just enough to make a “bowl” for the filling.
  5. Fill scooped-out apples with the warm apple filling from sauce pan. Top with a generous amount of crumble topping.
  6. Place stuffed apples on a baking sheet and bake for 10-15 minutes until crumble topping is crispy. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce.