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Prep Time:
5 mins
Meal Type:
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Apple Snackers

A high protein kid favorite that will keep them satisfied between meals.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Slice apple in half and remove core. Spread out nuts on a small plate.
  2. Spread cut side with peanut butter and press into nuts.
  3. Enjoy or wrap and save for later. Great for lunches.
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My kid loves apple and pb for snack, this is a great way to serve it. I enjoy it too for a snack at work, adding the nuts is a great idea. I like my organic PB
06 May 16 by member: wennalee
I would try to alter it a bit for me. I would use organic honey with pecans and sprinkle with organic coconut flakes. You could use honey butter, almond butter, or whatever you like. It a base for creativity.
26 Aug 13 by member: nanjack
Love, Love, this recipe!!! Totally delicious!!
04 Jan 13 by member: Snooglesnarf
I do not like peanut butter at all, but I always made my kids apple and peanut butter for years and this was a nice healthy twist and they loved it!
29 Oct 11 by member: RoeCampy
LOVE apples with peanut butter! I got the idea from my son's K-5 teacher a few years ago and we have been enjoying it ever since. I never thought about adding the nuts, though. Thanks for the idea, I will have to try it!
11 Mar 11 by member: christylawson6
This sounds like it would taste awesome! (I love apples or bananas with peanut butter.) However, this is high in calories, fat, and carbs relative to the protein it offers and the fiber it provides. I would love to be able to eat this, but I can't in a body composition cut phase. :( There's an awesome product by the food manufacturer "Wonder" called Better 'n Peanut Butter. (http://www.betternpeanutbutter.com/nutrition.php) It is made from defatted peanut flour and is only 100 calories per serving. I love when I can get a hold of that stuff; however, I have trouble finding it. The product website says my local Trader Joe's stores sell it, but I haven't found it on the shelf when in store. :( I imagine that on small apples with nut shavings or raisins would substantially help make this a more diet friendly food for me.
10 Feb 11 by member: MrsTofu
tasty, but far from being high protein. To get a little more protein you can use almond butter rather than peanut butter.
17 Dec 10 by member: bherrin2
Can't you lookup Nutella on this very website to find out?
13 Dec 10 by member: Benclayton
could I use nutella instead or would that be sabotaging my diet? I dont know the nutritional content of it.
09 Sep 10 by member: former fatty
is one serving a 1/2 apple or whole apple?
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Nutrition summary:

There are 217 calories in 1 serving of Apple Snackers.
Calorie break-down: 51% fat, 41% carbs, 9% protein.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
Calories
217
 
% Daily Values*
Total Fat
13.23g
20%
Saturated Fat
1.789g
9%
Trans Fat
-
Polyunsaturated Fat
6.07g
Monounsaturated Fat
4.63g
Cholesterol
0mg
0%
Sodium
71mg
3%
Total Carbohydrate
24.06g
8%
Dietary Fiber
4.8g
19%
Sugars
16.09g
Protein
5.11g
Vitamin D
-
Calcium
15mg
2%
Iron
0.72mg
4%
Potassium
180mg
5%
Vitamin A
100IU
2%
Vitamin C
6.0mg
10%
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
11%
of RDI*
(217 calories)
11% of RDI
Calorie Breakdown:
 
Carbohydrate (40%)
 
Fat (51%)
 
Protein (9%)
* Based on a RDI of 2000 calories


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