Roundup: Apple Bonanza

Roundup: Apple Bonanza

Here’s why you want to eat an apple a day. It’s high in vitamin C and, in a nutshell, you want a lot of the vitamin since it protects cells from damage, lowers your cancer risk and improves iron absorption. An apple is also a great source of fiber. So it’s worth getting your kids to have an apple each day. Or you can try some of these apple-rich recipes. Whatever you want.  No matter because  if  it keeps the doctor away, that’s even better.

Apple Crumble  is the consumate apple dessert, and this low-sugar recipe doesn’t disappoint.

German Apple Pancake can come together as quickly as you can get your blender out. It’s also great to be able to throw it in the oven and not wait to flip.

Apple Cake will not only inspire you to go apple picking but bake! It’s a delicious dessert for Sunday dinner.

Apple Snackers are a low-sugar snack that are easy to prepare and great to nibble on.

Oatmeal and Applesauce Pancakes have no flour, just oats and applesauce. They’re an easy answer to breakfast.

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