Easy Fresh Apple Cookies

3 servings
10 min

With all the naughty but nice food choices we have, sometimes

it's time to refocus and get back into the 'healthier' groove of things.

Fresh apple cookies are...

Super easy.

Super healthy.

Super quick to whip up.

Great for the kids to make and eat.

And a great pool party canape idea.

I eat these for breakfast as they also make a perfect alternative to toasted bread with peanut butter.

Did I mention these are so EASY to whip up?

Use a crisp, sweet, eating apple variety.

You don't want to use apples that are sour or of floury texture because they are well past their shelf life.

One apple per person serve.

Slice the apple into rings and remove the core.

You will get three slices from a medium to large apple.

One apple per person served.

Spread one side with peanut, almond butter or a nut butter mix like the one shown.

Top with toasted chopped nuts and diced dried fruit.

(I used almonds and cranberries)

And some dark chocolate drops or chips if desired.

(adapt the nut and dried fruit toppings to your taste)

And that is it!

EAT and enjoy!

Recipe details
  • 3  servings
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 0 Minutes Total time: 10 min
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You Will Need:
  • One Apple per person served
  • Peanut or nut butter
  • Chopped toasted nuts (cashews, almonds, or macadamias)
  • Diced dried fruit (cranberry, apricot, peach, or raisin)
  • Chop drops or chips
To Make:
Cut the apple into three round slices, leaving the skin on.
Core the centre to remove pips.
Spread with nut butter.
Sprinkle with your choice of toasted nuts and dried fruit.
Add a sprinkle of chocolate drops or chips if desired.
Tracey Lee Cassin
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