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Cranberry Almond Couscous Stuffed Apples with Vanilla Honey Sauce

Cranberry Almond Couscous Stuffed Apples with Vanilla Ginger Honey Sauce are my new favorite way of eating apples. I made these stuffed apples for Discover, A blog by World Market. Sponsored by Cost Plus World Market.

Cranberry Almond Couscous stuffed Apples with Vanilla Ginger Honey Sauce www.pineappleandcoconut.com #ad #worldmarkettribe

We love to eat apples in my household but most often they are either eaten as is, sliced and schmeared with peanut butter or chopped up in pancakes. I spied these giant honeycrisp apples at the store and knew that I wanted to make stuffed apples with them. I had a package of cranberry almond couscous from Cost Plus World Market and knew that would be perfect for stuffing the apples with. The couscous is made first, apples cored then stuffed, baked and sauce is made while the apples are baking.

Cranberry Almond Couscous stuffed Apples with Vanilla Ginger Honey Sauce www.pineappleandcoconut.com #ad #worldmarkettribe

Cranberry Almond Couscous Stuffed Apples with Vanilla Ginger Honey Sauce is a stunning side dish AND a lot easier to make than they look. I am all for recipes that yield a large wow factor while spending as little time in the kitchen as possible. I found that the couscous mix, while super tasty, was a bit skimpy on the almonds and cranberries. I added in more slivered almonds, dried cranberries and diced apple that I used from the cored out sections of apple. I wasn’t about to waste any of the cored out apple. I love the extra flavor and texture the apple gave to the couscous filling.

Cranberry Almond Couscous stuffed Apples with Vanilla Ginger Honey Sauce www.pineappleandcoconut.com #ad #worldmarkettribe

Enjoy these Cranberry Almond Couscous Stuffed  Apples with Vanilla Ginger Honey Sauce as a side dish or dessert this holiday season. They would go perfect with a roast chicken, pork chops and of course with leftover turkey! The recipe and step by step photos reside on Discover, a Blog By World Market so head on over there to get all the info you need to make these! Thanks again to Cost Plus World Market for sponsoring this post. I am a Cost Plus World Market Tribe Ambassador.

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