Apple Pie S’mores

Your summer just got better my friend because these Apple Pie S’mores are going to blow your mind. Well, your taste buds, anyway.

Reinventing S’mores with these Apple Pie S’mores. Gooey, sticky, and perfectly crunchy and delicious you have to try them!

I love having apples pre-sliced and ready in the fridge to make things like apple “donuts” or serve them with our favorite coconut dip. The only downside of pre-slicing our organic apples is that they would turn brown until I discovered Natureseal for Fresh Cut Produce. Their simple blend of vitamins and minerals help prevent my fruit, like apples and pears, and veggies like celery and carrots from browning after I slice them and I’ve been using it during my weekly meal prep.

Reinventing S’mores with these Apple Pie S’mores. Gooey, sticky, and perfectly crunchy and delicious you have to try them!

As you can see from the video below, I created these s’mores to answer your request for more fun recipes with apple slices. Check out how easy they are to make!

What’s great is that all I have to do is take out the prepared apple slices, which I’ve previously soaked in the Natureseal solution and stored in the fridge, when we are ready to go outside and make s’mores. Although, from time to time, I hack the whole process by making them on the stove as you saw in the video.

Reinventing S’mores with these Apple Pie S’mores. Gooey, sticky, and perfectly crunchy and delicious you have to try them!

The truth is that dad doesn’t always feel like getting a fire pit ready outside every time the kids want s’mores, so that’s always a great option.

Anyways, back to these gooey s’mores. You are going to love them because they are the perfect allergy-friendly treat for your family or when you have guests. They are gluten-free (check the marshmallow ingredients just to make sure), and what kid doesn’t like the caramel and chocolate combination?

Reinventing S’mores with these Apple Pie S’mores. Gooey, sticky, and perfectly crunchy and delicious you have to try them!

I know, I know, apple pie doesn’t have chocolate. However, I don’t think I could call the recipe “s’more” without it either. And here lies my predicament as a recipe developer when you scour the internet to name something, and nobody has come up with the idea (that you can find) before. Sigh.

What’s great about these apple pie s’mores is that the apples, once treated with the Natureseal solution, are protected from browning for hours at room temperature and it’s the perfect kid-activity for the summer.

Reinventing S’mores with these Apple Pie S’mores. Gooey, sticky, and perfectly crunchy and delicious you have to try them!

After seeing the success of this apple pie s’more idea with my kids and their friends, I’ve also made them for parties. When entertaining, I often place the s’more ingredients buffet style so the kids can prep their apples with the crunchy caramel, roast their marshmallow, and then create their apple pie masterpiece.

What are some of the ways you like to use up apple slices?

Reinventing S’mores with these Apple Pie S’mores. Gooey, sticky, and perfectly crunchy and delicious you have to try them!

 

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Apple Pie S’mores

  • Author: Laura Fuentes
  • Yield: 12-18

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Cut apple slices into 1/3 inch thick slices and remove the core.
  2. Prepare NatureSeal browning inhibiting solution according to package directions by mixing 1 packet with 8 ounces of cold water. Transfer liquid into a flat 9×9 baking dish. Begin to dip one side of the apples, flip over, and let apples sit for 1 to 5 minutes. Remove apples from dish, drain and transfer into a zip bag or sealed storage container, and repeat the process with remaining apples. Refrigerate treated apple slices for making s’mores later.
  3. Place a few apple slices on a board and sprinkle a generous amount of caramel chunks on top of the apple slice, set aside.
  4. Place a marshmallow (or two) on a stick and hold it over a campfire or flame until roasted, making sure rotate the stick so all sides are melty and golden brown.
  5. Take the roasted marshmallow (still on the stick) and lay it on top of the caramel chunks, and using another apple slice, cover the marshmallow, pressing down firmly to pull it out of the stick and make a sandwich. Repeat with remaining slices and marshmallows.

Notes

Notes: store leftover apple rings in a sealed bag in the refrigerator.

 

This post was part of my partnership with Natureseal. Thank you for supporting the companies that help me do what I love most: create great recipes for you! All opinions in the post are my own.

Reinventing S’mores with these Apple Pie S’mores. Gooey, sticky, and perfectly crunchy and delicious you have to try them!

Leave a Reply 24 comments

Kathy Smith - June 19, 2017 Reply

Those look so yummy. Can t wait to try on the kiddos.

    Laura Fuentes - June 19, 2017 Reply

    They are so good! 🙂

Shawnna - June 19, 2017 Reply

We put sunflower seed butter (or peanut butter) and chocolate chips on apple slices for an after school snack.

Cheryl - June 19, 2017 Reply

My favorite ways to eat apple slices are raw, topped with creamy peanut butter, or in a variety of apple pies.

Cristina - June 20, 2017 Reply

My daughter’s favorite way to eat apple slices is to put it around her finger and pretend it is a spaceship, while she nibbles on it until it’s gone.

Erica - June 21, 2017 Reply

These look amazing!!!! I can’t wait to try it!

Heidi - June 21, 2017 Reply

My kids and I love apples! The apple donuts were a hit; now we’ve got to try the apple s’mores!

Theresa O - June 21, 2017 Reply

What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing. My kids love apples-just straight up slices, especially in their school lunches, so Natureseal sounds like something that would be very useful. We also like to wrap apple slices in crescent roll dough with some cinnamon and sugar and bake-got that inspiration from you, Laura. Thanks again!

Matt - June 21, 2017 Reply

I’m going to make these this weekend with your marshmallow recipe. Thanks!

Amber Merrick - June 25, 2017 Reply

I love using apple slices as a spoon for chocolate peanut butter dip… Yummy

Erin - June 25, 2017 Reply

We love using our apple slices as a spoon for scooping up our crunchy peanut butter <3

Ashleigh Davis - June 26, 2017 Reply

One of our favorite ways to eat apple slices is to push Nerds candy into them which makes them taste like a candy apple! It’s not a healthy way to eat them, but definitely one of our favs! Haha

Tammy Crouthamel - June 27, 2017 Reply

We love apple slices with peanut or almond butter, but we’ve also made apple nachos for dessert with other toppings like chocolate chips and coconut. It sounds like we really need to try Nature Seal. Thanks for sharing!

    Laura Fuentes - June 30, 2017 Reply

    Hi Tammy! I’m excited to let you know that you are our prize winner! Check your email for details! 🙂

      Tammy Crouthamel - June 30, 2017 Reply

      Thank you! I’m so excited to try Nature Seal!! We will use it to make these Smores. Thanks again!

        NatureSeal - July 6, 2017 Reply

        Congratulations Tammy! Thanks again for entering to win and we hope you enjoy your apple s’mores kit and NatureSeal for Fresh Cut Produce.

      Tammy Crouthamel - July 15, 2017 Reply

      Thank you for the awesome prize pack! We love Nature Seal. It worked perfectly to keep our apples crisp and from getting brown. We made this recipe exactly as shown, and it was perfect. Kid approved s’mores alternative. It’s a nice light dessert after a big meal, not too heavy like traditional s’mores. And we love the apple & caramel flavors. Very good. I highly recommend this recipe. Thanks again for the awesome prize!!

        Laura Fuentes - July 16, 2017 Reply

        Thank you for sharing how much you enjoyed the recipe and how well NatureSeal worked for you! This is one of our go-to summer favorite recipes for sure.

Caroline - June 29, 2017 Reply

I bought the Natureseal last week and it arrived two days ago. IT WORKED!! I now have apple slices and apple wedges in the fridge and we plan on making these on July 4th. Thanks!

    NatureSeal - July 6, 2017 Reply

    So glad that you’re enjoying NatureSeal, Caroline! Thanks for your support!

Helen - June 30, 2017 Reply

We made these and they are amazing!!! thanks for the great idea Laura

Jennifer - July 2, 2017 Reply

I made these this weekend. they were so good! terrific idea.

NatureSeal - July 6, 2017 Reply

Thanks to everyone who partcipated in the giveaway! Congratulations to our winner, Tammy. We hope that you enjoy making these delicious Apple Pie S’mores all season long.

Rebecca Jensen - July 9, 2017 Reply

These were amazing. Super fun recipe!

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