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|In addition to biting into a juicy raw apple or savoring a
homemade apple pie, try these delicious ideas:
- Add chopped apples to hot breakfast cereal.
- Make a breakfast parfait by layering vanilla yogurt, granola
cereal, and diced apples in a pretty glass.
- Add sliced apples to low fat yogurt, or dip apple wedges
- Mix shredded or diced apples into pancake or waffle batter then
top with additional slices
- Top pancakes or waffles with applesauce
- Add shredded apples to low fat muffin or cake batter
- Juice apples for fresh apple juice
- Slice apples very thin and use in a peanut butter sandwich
instead of jelly. They're also delicious in cheese sandwiches.
- Add shredded apple to a peanut butter or grilled cheese sandwich
- Layer sliced apple in a deli-style sandwich
- Pack an apple in your lunch
- Add diced apples to chicken and tuna salad
- Add shredded apple to cole slaw
- Slice an apple in half, scoop out the core and add peanut butter
- Eat sliced apple with low fat cheese and crackers
- Dip apple wedges into vanilla yogurt or peanut butter.
- Dip apple halves into dry Jello
- Top a pizza with apple slices
- Add grated apples to a meatloaf or meatballs
- Sauté sliced Granny Smith apples with onions until soft,
then use to top grilled chicken breasts.
- Stir chopped apple and raisins into a rice pilaf
- Sauté sliced apples and shredded cabbage in apple cider for a
- Use apple slices in a mixed green or spinach salad
- Add chopped apple to a fruit salad
- Stir sliced apple into pasta, chicken and turkey salads
- Use sliced apple for a colorful and edible garnish
- Eat an apple right out of hand anytime of the day
- Make a smoothie or shake by mixing apples in a blender with
bananas, 100% juice, and ice
- Top frozen low fat yogurt with sliced apple for a sweet and
- Sprinkle chopped apples over vanilla ice cream and top with
- Core an apple, fill it with raisins and other dried fruit,
and cook in the microwave or bake
- Mix apple slices with cinnamon and brown sugar, then
microwave until warm and slightly softened for a delicious
and healthy after-school treat.
- Pack an apple to go
- Kids love to bob for apples, and they get to eat the results
of their efforts!
Using Apples Other Ways:
- An apple in your bag of potatoes will help keep the potatoes
- An apple in your brown sugar container will help to keep the
- An apple in your cookie jar will help to keep the cookies
- Add lemon juice to an apple recipe if the apples you are
using lack tartness or need flavor.
- If you cannot brush your teeth after a meal, eat an apple.
Eating a raw apple will cleanse your mouth of more than 95%
of bacteria that cause tooth decay.
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