The sweet and juicy apples in this recipe are balanced perfectly by the tangy richness of the fresh apricots. A pinch of cinnamon lifts and warms this classic purée which can be enjoyed on its own or swirled into full fat Greek yoghurt or porridge.

Apples (76%), Apricots (24%), Cinnamon

  • 58
  • 0.5
  • 11
  • 2.0
  • 0.5
  • 0.01
  • 10

FoodieFact

Apples are excellent source of vitamin C, pectin (a soluble fibre), as well as other fibres. They are also a good source of potassium.

Apricots come from the same family as cherry, peach and plum. Their flavour can be described as somewhat musky, with a faint tartness, somewhere between a peach and a plum. They contain a good source of potassium, iron and fibre.

Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known and at one point in history, it was so highly treasured it was considered more precious than gold.

We put cinnamon in pretty much everything at Piccolo, no breakfast goes without a sprinkle of the spicy stuff; but it also works well with poultry, in curries, and with fruit, particularly apple and pear.

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The sweet and juicy apples in this recipe are balanced perfectly by the tangy richness of the fresh apricots. A pinch of cinnamon lifts and warms this classic purée which can be enjoyed on its own or swirled into full fat Greek yoghurt or porridge.

Apples (76%), Apricots (24%), Cinnamon

  • 58
  • 0.5
  • 11
  • 2.0
  • 0.5
  • 0.01
  • 10
This product contains no allergens.

FoodieFact

Apples are excellent source of vitamin C, pectin (a soluble fibre), as well as other fibres. They are also a good source of potassium.

Apricots come from the same family as cherry, peach and plum. Their flavour can be described as somewhat musky, with a faint tartness, somewhere between a peach and a plum. They contain a good source of potassium, iron and fibre.

Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known and at one point in history, it was so highly treasured it was considered more precious than gold.

We put cinnamon in pretty much everything at Piccolo, no breakfast goes without a sprinkle of the spicy stuff; but it also works well with poultry, in curries, and with fruit, particularly apple and pear.