Hess Hempstead- Apple Pie and Clear Purpose

Apple Pie With Hess Hempstead

Hess’s favorite food from his childhood is the all-American classic: apple pie. But this tasty dessert is predominantly sugar. Is it possible to create a healthy apple pie that still captures the sweet, old-fashioned taste like granny used to make? Watch as Faith and Hess replace processed sugars and synthetic dough with more nutritious alternatives and create apple pie that is not only healthier, but, as Hess puts it, still rates high on “the granny scale”!

Hess Hempstead is a former offensive lineman for the Detroit Lions. Today, Hess is a much sought-after motivational speaker and life coach. In this episode of Key Ingredients, you’ll find out what a decade in the NFL taught Hess about defining success, and how he has since dedicated his life to giving back and helping others discover their clarity of purpose.

Show Notes:

Healthy And Easy Apple Pie

Key Ingredients For The Healthy Version:

  • Enriched Flour – Almond flour

Enriched flour is only one element away from being chalk. It is loaded with synthetic versions of vitamins that your body does not recognize. Instead, use grain-free almond flour in the dough to create a healthier base for your apple pie.

  • Processed sugars – Coconut oil and Stevia

Stevia is a sugar substitute extracted from the leaves of the Stevia plant. It is a much healthier sweetener than processed sugars and the perfect choice for a healthy pie.

  • Apples – Granny Smith Apples

Green Granny Smith apples have less sugars, so using a few in the recipe will help lower your apple pie’s glycemic index.

Get the full recipe by clicking here.

Key Ingredients To Success

  • “It’s not about what anybody else thinks.”
  • Success is “a journey, not a destination.”
  • “A person who has clarity of purpose can definitely achieve their goals.”
  • “Let the positives in your life dominate.”

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