How ‘Bout Them Apples? You Won’t Want to Miss These 5 Apple Pairings…

As the leaves begin to turn from green to auburn, apples of all varieties abound! These quintessential autumn fruits taste delectable on their own, but they also pair wonderfully with savory and sweet elements. Check out my favorite autumnal apple pairings below:

  1. Slice apples and dip the slices into peanut butter. Not a fan of peanut butter? Try almond butter or cashew butter instead!
  2. Calling all cheese connoisseurs…enjoy a slice of Parmesan cheese atop a round of apple. The apple rounds serve as a crunchy substitution for crackers.
  3. Cube apples into bite size pieces and roast with cubed root vegetables such as beets, carrots, and parsnips.
  4. Dip apple wedges into Greek yogurt, and then sprinkle granola on top. This Greek yogurt parfait–reversed–is fun to make and to eat!
  5. Take a riff off of vegetable chips and prepare apple chips. Sprinkle the raw apple chips with a bit of olive oil and then top with cinnamon and nutmeg for seasoning. Roast until crunchy.

What are your favorite varieties of apples? What are your favorite ingredients to pair with apples?

Until Next Week…Plan Well, Pack Well, Live Well,



6 thoughts on “How ‘Bout Them Apples? You Won’t Want to Miss These 5 Apple Pairings…

  1. Chloe

    All I can say is, “yum”! Thanks for this post – I’m headed to the farm tomorrow and will certainly be keeping these pairings in mind!

  2. Mrs. Dellovo

    These all sound fabulous! You know what I love …making a dip for apples using one cup of plain Greek yogurt, one cup of peanut butter, tablespoon of raw honey and a sprinkle of cinnamon! So awesome with green apples!

    1. Hi Mrs. Dellovo,
      It’s awesome to hear from you…I hope that you’re having a wonderful start to the school year! This dip for green apples sounds delicious…I will definitely have to try it soon!
      Thank you for commenting!

  3. Ellie

    How bout them apples, loved that! There is nothing more delicious for me than APPLES, I love those pairings you suggested. I love apple and walnuts and cranberries mixed together. Delicious. Thanks Katie

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