Oh my! This was fabulous! I used a red delicious apple, about 1/4 tsp cinnamon & left the skin on. I dipped it into some vanilla yogurt & it was like dessert! Thanks so much for sharing!
A simple, yummy healthy treat! I had it with plain yogurt sprinkled with brown sugar. Delicious! Thanks for this!
I made these to go along with breakfast one morning. The kids ate this first and then asked for more. What a simple snack that is so good. I set out vanilla yogurt to dip it in....perfect snack. Thank you for a wonderful after school snack and breakfast item....Stephanie
Made this with 3 and 4 year olds. I sliced the apple, of course, and they did the rest. They had a little trouble with the shake "gently" part, but since we used ziplock bags instead of a hard container, the apples were no worse for the wear. :) They loved making it AND eating it. Thanks for a fun snack idea.
I made this a bunch of times last fall when we had fresh picked apples, but forgot to ever review the recipe. This is great. I shake them up in a ziploc bag. If the apples are really sweet and juicy it actually tastes like they have sugar on them too. Great healthy snack.
This is a great idea. I'm going to try it with my kids with plain or vanilla yogart topped with milled flax seed.
This was awesome, it satisfies my sweet tooth and it's healthy.
I made these this morning for my kids and two of my dayhome kids. I gave them yogurt for dip in a seperate bowl. My kids cleaned it up and neither one of the dayhome kids liked it, one taste and they set it down, they have to be the most fussy kids on the planet and will not try anything new. I loved it, so fast simple and awesome tasting. I will make again for my kids with granny smiths, love the tartness this time I used BC Mac Apples. I am not counting the dayhome kids because they won't be here forever, this is a keeper in my kids snack ideas cookbook and I will pass it on to friends.