Recipe by NATALIE12345
"Apple toast is a great after-school snack for kids who are picky eaters. It doesn't take long to make and is a light snack that will leave you satisfied."
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white or whole wheat bread
apple, cored and thinly sliced
I can't believe I'm the first to try this recipe! It was good but next time I'm going to sprinkle the bread with some cinnamon/Splenda & then sprinkle some more on top of the apples. I used a refrigerated butter spray instead of butter. I'd say I had enough apple for 2 slices of bread, not 4. Great, quick snack & thank you!
This was not good; it was soggy until I first toasted the bread. Then the kids enjoyed it.
I tried this last night and LOVED it! I toasted the bread first and that helped it to not get too soggy.
I used WAY less than a tbsp of cinnamon for four slices of toast. This is delicious as is, but is even better with a drizzle of honey or even a little brown sugar. Thanks!
This is great for an easy, quick and delicious snack. I used whole grain bread that I toasted first and light butter. I also used cinnamon sugar vs. just cinnamon. I love apples and this really hit the spot!
What a wonderful healthy after school snack. My daughter loves apples, but since she got her braces, she has not been able to eat them. She also loves cinnomon toast....this combination was just what we were looking for. The broiler gently toasted the bread, while the apples were, "oh, so tender". I would suggest using an apple peeler/corer/slicer to achieve the very thin slices needed for this recipe.
i took other reviews to heart and sprinkled the buttered bread with a touch of brown sugar and cinnamon, piled on the apples 1/2 a medium granny smith and then more brown sugar and cinnamon. under the broiler on low for 5 minutes and delish. bread wasn't soggy, just not toasted, but i still liked it. would be great with a touch of whipped cream on top. mmmm
We substituted peanut butter for the butter - my 7 yr. old loved this.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 34
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