This post is brought to you in partnership with New York Apple Association.
Sure, we've all heard the old adage about an apple a day. But when it comes down to it, apples are not only a healthy addition to our busy daily diet, they also taste delicious!
While there's nothing better than snacking on a just-picked apple this time of year, we also love using different varieties of apples in our cooking, desserts, and snacks! So while October brings talk of Halloween costumes and favorite gooey desserts, it's nice to know there are other apple treats out there without the heavy caramel coating or sugar-laden sauces.
So this season we're partnering with our friends at New York Apple Association to gather together some of our favorite kid-friendly apple treats, perfect for spooky parties or school get-togethers. The best part? You'll love them, too.
Apple pie in a glass? Sign us up! This simple smoothie not only tastes delicious, but it's made with almond milk, applesauce, cashews, and dates so it's also a healthy choice for mornings or after school snacks.
For those moments when you can't decide if apple cake or carrot cake is the order of the day, these cupcakes are the answer! Loaded with shredded coconut, pecans, fresh apples, and carrots they'll be sure to be a hit at your next gathering.
Inviting the kids into the kitchen to help can often be a daunting thought, but small hands make quick work of these simple apple turnovers — especially if you opt for prepared puff pastry.
Delicious fresh baked apples prove the versatility of this beloved fall fruit. We love these in the mornings spooned over yogurt, oatmeal, or pancakes. In the evening, they dress up a simple bowl of vanilla ice cream beautifully.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
A grain-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free cake that really, truly tastes great. With the fragrant almond topping and honey glaze, this stunner is perfect for any occasion (or just an everyday weeknight).