Apples

The apple is the pomaceous fruit of the apple tree that's rich in antioxidants and fiber. A tasty fall favorite, Americans eat about 120 apples apiece each year. Find out more about the nutritional benefits of apples (plus some great recipes!) here:

No bread? Use apple slices to make this easy, healthy snack sandwich filled with nut butter and crunchy granola!
Almond flour and gluten-free oats make for a healthier topping on this honey-sweetened apple crisp.

Need more ways to fit fall flavors into your daily diet? Here are 36 snacks that will do just that (without breaking the calorie bank).

Chance are, you've been eating apples all wrong (for your ENTIRE LIFE). Learn how to be a less wasteful human being, one apple at a time.

Apple fans, rejoice! No matter how many reds, greens, or golds are spilling out of your produce drawer, we've got 55 edible, drinkable, and non-food ways to use them all up before they go brown.

Warm up with these hearty oat-filled baked apples on any cold fall day!

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Warm up with these hearty oat-filled baked apples on any cold fall day!

Apple fans, rejoice! No matter how many reds, greens, or golds are spilling out of your produce drawer, we've got 55 edible, drinkable, and non-food ways to use them all up before they go brown.

Chance are, you've been eating apples all wrong (for your ENTIRE LIFE). Learn how to be a less wasteful human being, one apple at a time.

Need more ways to fit fall flavors into your daily diet? Here are 36 snacks that will do just that (without breaking the calorie bank).

Almond flour and gluten-free oats make for a healthier topping on this honey-sweetened apple crisp.
No bread? Use apple slices to make this easy, healthy snack sandwich filled with nut butter and crunchy granola!

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