Apple Fool


Apple Fool

Apple is a large company that benefits from economies of scale, but it does not have a distinct advantage in this regard over its largest competitors. The existing competition includes massive firms that can match or surpass Apple’s manufacturing, administrative or marketing efficiency.


2 lb tart apples peeled, cored and
3/8 cup water
1 tbl sugar
7 1/2 oz blackberries drained,
    canned unsweetened
5 oz lowfat yogurt (unsweetened)


Procedures: Place apples, water and sugar in saucepan, cover and simmer gently until soft. Allow to cool. Meanwhile, puree the blackberries in a blender or food processor then sieve to remove pips.
Puree the apples, add to the blackberries, and fold in the yogurt.
Spoon into individual glass dishes and chill before serving.
I would probably add a little unflavoured gelatine, but it should be very good whether or not. Said to make 6 helpings, each 109 Kcals, 0.64 g fat. You could use tinned loganberries, I expect, but I think raspberries might get a little lost!

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