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55 Surprising Ways to Use Leftover Apples

55 Surprising Ways to Use Leftover Apples

Here’s some shocking news: Apples are good for us! The plump little fruits are chock-full of Vitamin C and fiber and have been linked to reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, certain cancers, and asthma — so we can understand why a person wouldn’t want to chuck ’em [1]. But it’s easy to go hog wild at a farmer’s market and end up with more raw apples than a belly can handle in one sitting (or even several). So we’ve rounded up 55 creative ways to maximize apples’ benefits and keep them from going to waste.

Edible Options

Sometimes all we need to make apples appetizing again (even lesofat price after we’ve consumed half the bushel) is to change their form: Chop ’em, bake ’em, sprinkle sugar over ’em — suddenly the stomach is crying out for more. The following is a list of healthy recipes that’ll use up those apples in no time (and they sure beat store-bought apple pie).


1. Bake ’em. Eat them on their own, sprinkled with cinnamon, or on top of a bowl of cereal or oatmeal for a healthy breakfast, snack, or dessert. Better yet, bake them with breakfast inside.

2. Stew ’em. Pair the stewed apples from this recipe with whole-grain waffles or toast, some plain yogurt (the apples will provide enough sweetness!), or oatmeal for a snazzy, vitamin-packed addition to breakfast.


3. Sautee them with onions. Combine the health properties of apples and onions into one delectable side dish.

4. Make apple butter. After simmering and pureeing those apples, you’ll be able spread them over whole-grain toasts and bagels for many breakfasts to come (a great alternative to butter or margarine).

cheap ceftin for sinus 5. Make apple sauce. The childhood classic is fairly easy to make healthy (as long as you don’t dump a ton of sugar in there), and can use up a whole bunch of apples in one go. Bonus: Use the sauce to make an apple sauce cake.

6. Add them to sandwiches. PB&A is the new PB&J. Apples also go great with turkey, Swiss, and mustard on whole grain bread.

7. Make a gratin. The round fruit will be barely recognizable after mixing it with eggs (for a healthy dash of protein) and popping it in the broiler.

8. Add them to pancakes. This recipe had us at “pancakes.” The apples give the ’cakes a texture similar to potato latkes, and add sweetness without all those refined sugars.

9. Stuff them with curry. Transport a curry to new heights by loading it into a warm, cored-out apple. Chock-full of veggies, this curry only adds to the apple’s health benefits.

10. Add them to chicken. It might not look very appetizing, but this recipe tastes good and gives the body a dose of protein and antioxidants, to boot.

Cheap Purchase 11. Make a compote. With no added sugar and a cornucopia of antioxidants, this fruit compote is a healthy, delectable way to use up those apples and spruce up a breakfast, snack, or dessert.


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