I’ve come up with 3 different ways to eat an apple! Trust me, each way is so delicious you might forget you’re eating healthy.
Want to have a sweet snack, but without all the unnecessary calories? As the old saying goes, An apple a day keeps the doctor away! I’ve come up with 3 different ways to eat an apple! Trust me, each way is so delicious you might forget you’re eating healthy.
The Triad Apple Idea
1. Just Eat It!
One apple has about 5 grams of fiber, no fat or bad cholesterol. It’s an easier and more direct way to get your fiber, but just know that peeling this delicious fruit makes it lose fiber and become less juicy. Two thirds of the fiber in an apple is located in the skin. Now, I think some people take for granted the juice value of a single apple. Choose well and trust me you’ll find yourself both no longer thirsty or hungry.
2. Cashew Butter?
Now I’m sure most of us know what peanut butter is, but what of cashew butter. As the name, it is a butter made from cashews. It’s lighter than peanut butter (mirroring the color of cashews) and it has a slight sweet cashew taste. It is AMAZING with apples and brings you that special crispy feeling. This awesome butter is a bit more expensive than the average Jiffy on the shelf, but it is the spread of kings.
3. Chips (mmmmm)
Apple chips are a simple, yummy snack that can go with basically anything. You can easily purchase this scrumptious snack at your local Trader Joes, but for the more adventurous there is a way to do this at home. No not in the oven, but in something called a dehydrator. It’s a machine that takes out all the moisture in foods. It helps you create healthy snacks like kale chips or fruit roll ups. You could use this wonderful machine to make some super crispy apple chips, though if you do not already have one I recommend you just buy the chips.
So here you have it, three perfectly amazing ways to eat an apple. Trust me this all will leave your mouth watering. Take a bite!
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