In the Kitchen
Sybille van Kempen’s mother Anna Pump, opened the Loaves and Fishes Food Store...View the Recipe
Here’s a list of some things you can cut into thin slices made for dipping and call “fries”: carrots, cucumbers, roasted sweet potatoes…and apples.
Call them fries and kids will want to eat them, right?
Okay, even if they’re not tricked by the clever nomenclature, it’s still a tasty, crowd-pleasing snack you can whip up in two minutes flat.
Just make sure you’re using the best ingredients: look for peanut butter that has one ingredient—peanuts—or just a tiny bit of added salt.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Apples and nut butter have always been great together, but this adds gut-healthy yogurt to protein-rich peanut butter for a snack that really delivers a nutrient boost.