Apples and teachers....They go together famously. And what's a better idea than a sweet apple treat for teacher for a "first of the year" thank you? We've found some yummy recipes with apples as the main ingredient. Take a look and see if there's one you'd like to make for your children's teacher or for your family. We would love for you to share this post with your friends.....Feel free to pin this on your Pinterest Page. Click HERE to go to our Pinterest Page (we've got over 72,000 followers)
Oh My! This candy apple pie looks fabulous. Looks like this one is a must for this APPLE season. Where's the recipe from? MiMi Hodge, winner of Good Morning America's "Pie of Emeril's Eye" contest 2000 Get the recipe over at Thekitchn
Apple Pie bread sounds amazing! Wrap it up in a clear bag, add a ribbon and a note and you've got a yummy treat. Get the recipe over at Mommy's Kitchen
How about Apple Pie jam? Sounds delicious and is a gift that can be enjoyed for a long time. Get the recipe over at Mommy's Kitchen
Ultimate Caramel Apples --Nothing's better than a caramel, white chocolate and oreo apple. But take a look at the other toppings...Yum! Recipe at Cooking Classy Click HERE to go to our earlier post about making The Perfect Caramel Apple There's some really amazing techniques you'll want to see.
Caramel Cheesecake Apple Dip (3 Ingredient 3 Minute Recipe) Fill a jar with the dip and add beautiful apples for a gift for teacher. Get the Recipe at Cooking Classy
Apple Pie Bars-Makes 12 generous bars or 24 mini bars. Looks yummy. Get the recipe at Cooking Classy
An Apple Bundt Cake would be super easy to make and so delicious. Get the recipe over at A Farmgirl's Bable
Apple Hand Pies are delicious too. Easy to package to take to teacher (or make for the family) Get the recipe over at A Cozy Kitchen
(Recipe for your kids or even Halloween party) Use your cookie cutters when slicing apples to go along with this Caramel Apple Dip. Include both the cut out shape and the whole apple. (no waste here) Love all the ingredients. Get the recipe over at Taste of Home
Apple Pie Filling is such a great idea for a gift. The recipient will certainly know it came from the heart. It will feel like fall all year when you can open one of these jars and make a Apple Pie or other apple dessert. Find the recipe and tutorial over at Skip to my Lou
Caramel Apple Cheesecake Bar -Could it be as good as it looks. Get the recipe at Picky Palate
How about some apple chips for the teacher? They sprinkle some cinnamon and sugar on top before baking them but you could leave those 2 ingredients off if you like. Get the recipe over at Vittles and Bits
I've never tried this dish (Apple Nachos) but it looks good. Apples, coconut and nuts are just a few of the ingredients in this apple dish. Wouldn't this be a yummy after school snack? Get the recipe over at Manifest Vegan
Inside out Caramel Apples? (A real kids pleaser) They're different but easy to make and just the right sized snack. Get the recipe over at Domestic Fits
So that's how they make the apples look so pretty--Use a decorator bag full of chocolate. To get the recipe and more tips on making yummy looking Caramel Apples head on over to Our Best Bites
These Williams Sonoma mini caramel apples are double dipped in caramel, then chocolate and a spider web added in. Put on your favorite Halloween ribbon and you've got a treat for your favorite people.....or you could just buy them from Williams Sonoma
This is by far the easiest way to peel, slice and core an apple. If you're planning on eating or canning a lot of apples then this is worth the investment. Available at Williams Sonoma and other places too.
What a handy gadget this is. Unlike most apple slicers, this tool produces two sizes of uniformly sliced apples. "With a downard push, it cores an apple and cuts it into thin slices for baking and cooking or thicker wedges for eating out of hand" Available at Williams Sonoma
.....And one last kitchen gadget for the apple season. Isn't this a beautiful apple corer? "Just line up the shaft with the apple core and gently twist into the fruit, then release the core with the thumb tab" Available at Williams Sonoma
Look at some of the different varieties of apples. My favorite is the Honeycrisp apple...If you haven't tried that one yet I highly recommend it. So crisp and so sweet! To get more excellent information about apples head over to the Washington Apple Commission site. Everything you ever wanted to know about apples will be there including the chart below that tells you when the different apples are available
There's also a chart that tells you what kind of apple to use in canning, baking, freezing and for pies etc. Great Info!
An apple a day keeps the doctor away....but have you tried the Honeycrisp apples? I just discovered them a couple of years ago and I couldn't believe how absolutely delicious they were. Can't wait for them to come on this year.
Here are some healthy facts about Apples
- Apples come in many varieties - Apples come in a range of interesting flavors, offering a variety not available in most other fruits and vegetables.
- Apples are absolutely fat-free.
- Contains no sodium - helps reduce risk of high blood pressure.
- Is an excellent source of fiber - helps reduce cholesterol and may help prevent certain types of cancer.
- Has only 80 calories.