Apple Crisp is JDaniel’s favorite apple dessert recipe. He has been asking me to make it since we got back from picking apples. If you head over to check out this recipe you will see that I didn’t take the best picture of it. I didn’t include it in the collage for that reason, but t is awesome!
Apple Enchilada is a super easy dessert for kids to put together. We made them of Cinco De Mayo last year. Strawberries were used to garnish our dessert. I think dried apples would be great if you were making it this fall.
Mrs. Marnier’s Homemade Applesauce is super fun to make. We had to borrow a food mill to make it. The food mill was loaned to us by Mrs. Marnier. That is how the recipe ended up with her name on it.
5 Dips for Apples were such fun for JDaniel and I do create. I wanted to come up with dips that didn’t have a caramel base. (Though they are awfully good!) It was fun to go through the fridge and pantry to come up with delicious dips all our own.
Apple Chicken Salad turned out to be a lunchtime favorite of mine. JDaniel enjoyed it and I really loved it. I will be making it again and again.
Apple Cinnamon Bread was made to take to JDaniel’s teachers during the first week of school. We had one problem with it. Can you guess what it was? Answer: We kept eating it. I had to resort to making double batches of it.
Apple Sandwich Sushi Rolls were made for JDaniel to take in his lunch to school. His bento box came home empty that day. That means they were a total success. This post will walk you through how to make them.
I have shared with you 9 apple recipes for kids. Do you have a favorite apple recipe you like to make with your children?