Hearts in an Apple Sandwich

I love really easy and fun snacks to make for me and my family. When I saw this recipe, I knew I had to give it a try. So I grabbed an apple and a very small heart cookie cutter.

Then I sliced the apple up.

And cut out the middle with the cookie cutter.

I thought the little hearts were so cute!

Then I put all the ingredients together for my daughter to put together.

Then she got to making.

Yum. Yum. Peanut butter and apples.

With a little bit of granola and chocolate chips.

We all had one and I thought they were pretty good. My hubby thinks the chocolate added an odd mix of taste, but you could do a lot with this concept to get it how you would like it. And my daughter ate it, so it’s a winner in my book.

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Comments

  1. says

    That’s a really fun idea! I might have to use caramel in lieu of PB (my little on is allergic). It won’t be as nutritious, but it would still be fun to do!

  2. says

    Yummy AND cute! I’ve done PB&J sandwiches before with a teddy bear cookie cutter for a teddybear’s picnic. Kids get such a kick out of something a little different – don’t they?
    I might have to try your recipe ;)

  3. says

    My little girl is in her 20’s now but I will make these for my afternoon snack today. Perfectly charming and they will make a special treat with my afternoon tea:)

    Thanks for sharing

  4. says

    So cute for sure! My daughter has been obsessed with dipping cut up apples in peanut butter lately so I know she would love these. Especially if I used a star shaped cookie cutter.

  5. says

    now that looks like fun. Here’s a tip to keep the apples from browning,
    when you slice them, put them into some watered down apple juice for a few minutes. Works better than lemon juice and you only have the taste of apples, not tart lemon juice.
    thanks for sharing

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