Tasty Tuesday ~ Frieda's Organic Heirloom Apples

  *I was sent apples for this recipe from Freida's Produce; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. If you are interested in purchasing Frieda's Heirloom Apples, you can visit their website to find a grocery store near you that carries them. If your store does not carry them, you can always request them from your produce manager.*

Happy Fall Y'all!

Welcome to the first official fall Tasty Tuesdays on Rambles of a SAHM. What do you immediately think of when you think of fall? For me, it's apples. Apples are one of the most quintessential parts of fall.

Whether you pick your own, go to the farmer's market, or shop for the best at your local grocery store, they are everywhere. I love to have them around as snacks, put them in oatmeal, make apple sauce or make a crisp with them.

In general, I stick to the varieties I know, red delicious, jonathan, granny smith and honey crisp. Did you know, though, there are dozens of varieties of apples out there? Many I have never heard of. Frieda's Produce offered to send me some of their organic heirloom apples to try.


 I of course accepted, eager to see what I might be missing.

Each of these had a distinct flavor apart from other apples I've tried. It never ceases to amaze me the variety and robustness of fruit, even if they are all just "apples." I wanted to do something fun with these apples and felt they needed something beyond just a crisp or pie. After wracking my brain, I came up with apple chips. I really like throwing them in a salad or just snacking on them. They tend to be expensive and full of sugar though, and homemade is usually better anyways :)

Head on over to Food Snob St. Louis for the full recipe!

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