Peanut Butter Granola Apple Snack

March 28, 2014

Working with Quaker these past few weeks and sampling the products they have sent me, my family and I have selected our favorites. I love developing recipes with their Old-Fashioned Oats because it’s like a blank canvas to me. I can turn them into a tasty dessert or a wholesome, savory dinner. My husband enjoys Quaker Real Medleys Bars to help hold him over for dinner after bike rides and my son can’t get enough of their Quaker Warm and Crunchy. He tells me ” my belly feels good” after he eats it.

Because this past weekend marked the beginning of spring, the daylight lingered and the temperature rose just a bit. We were excited and we began our spring cleaning at home.

After a few hours of sorting, storing and discarding household items and clothing, a snack break was in order. We needed something to hold us off until lunchtime so I came up one of with the most coveted snacks in my household: Peanut butter granola apples.

Following our 2014 resolution, we made wholesome, simple changes to our snacks and meals. No more snacks with empty calories. All we need are three simple ingredients for this tasty treat that can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

Give it a try! If you are not a fan of apples, try it with pears or your favorite stone fruit. I guarantee it will be become a coveted snack in your household as it is in ours.

Peanut Butter Granola Apple Snack
Makes 2 servings

2 apples
4 tablespoons creamy peanut butter
1 package of Quaker Warm and Crunchy

Slice apples in 4 rounds. Remove core with apple corer or cookie cutter or simply remove seeds with tip of knife.

Spread peanut butter on each slice then sprinkle with Quaker Warm and Crunchy. Stack, serve and enjoy!

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