It’s apple season! Whether you have a freshly-picked batch of Honeycrisps from the orchard or a bag of Galas from the grocery store, here are five fun ways to serve them:
Set up a tray with sliced apples, melted chocolate, and toppings and let kids build their own snack. Get the how-to in my post for Stemilt Growers, 3 Simple Afterschool Snack Ideas With Apples.
Making applesauce in your slow cooker is SO easy–and I think it tastes like warm apple pie filling! Even better, my recipe uses no added sugar. Get the recipe for Easy Slow Cooker Applesauce.
My kids love fruit leathers, but I don’t like the artificial stuff found in so many boxed kinds. This recipe uses apples, cinnamon, and just a bit of sugar. Get the recipe for Apple Cinnamon Fruit Leather.
I created this recipe after trying (and failing) to make those cute apple sandwiches I see all over the internet. Open-faced sandwiches are much easier and way more forgiving! Get the how-to in my blog post for Stemilt Growers, 3 Simple Afterschool Snack Ideas With Apples.
Apples and cheese are such a great combo, and making this sandwich in the waffle iron is a fun twist your kids will love. Get the recipe in my blog post for Stemilt Growers, 3 Simple Afterschool Snack Ideas With Apples.
What are YOUR favorite healthy apple recipes to make?