This is a very popular snack that can also be a breakfast coming from the North Americas and trickling to the rest of the world: fresh apple slices are used like a toast of bread, spread generously with a nut butter (peanut butter is typical, but any nut or seed butter would do), and sprinkled with granola.
Now I love making my own granola as it honestly tastes better than anything I have ever bought, plus I can customize it indefinitely depending on what I feel like having. Instead of granola, you can go the carb-free route and dot the peanut butter with raisins. This not only makes for a fibre and energy rich breakfast, it also make for a great snack for children after school.
Slice the apples with-wise about 1 centimeter thick to end up with circular slices.
Remove the core as needed.
Spread generously some peanut butter on one side of the apple slices.
Sprinkle the apple slices with a final touch of granola or dried fruit (raisins?).
To be consumed as soon as ready.
(Do not prepare too far in advance as the apple will turn brown and get watery.)
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