This is a sponsored post in partner with Wacky Apple Organic Snacks. I was compensated for the post, but all opinions are 100% my own.
I was really excited when Wacky Apple Organic Snacks wanted to send me some free samples of their product because I am always looking for healthy snacks for my girls. My girls love to snack!
When the package came, it was about 10:30am during a cleaning day and it couldn’t have been better timing. My girls anxiously awaited to see what was in my box and were so excited that it was snacks for them! So we took a little snack break.
They loved it!
Their favorite was the organic grape juice and apple juice. They also loved the applesauce and flat fruit. I found that they liked the regular and cinnamon applesauce best and didn’t always finish the other mixed blends.
I, of course, had to try a little bit of each as well. I loved how much everything tasted like actual apples. You can definitely taste the difference in quality compared to other products. They don’t add water, artificial colors, preservatives or sugar! Amazing!
Wacky Apple Organic Snacks is family owned and operated in Colorado. All of their products are gluten free, lactose free, and only contain natural sugars from their fresh fruit.
Here’s a fun recipe idea to use with their applesauce!
Wacky Applesauce Cake in a Cup
Do you ever have a craving for cake, but don’t want to make a whole one? Try this awesome idea for a single serving, quick, cake in a cup!
-1 Tbsp butter
-2 Tbsp sugar
-2 Tbsp Wacky Apple Cinnamon Applesauce
-1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice
-2 drops pure vanilla extract
-1/4 Cup flour
-1/8 tsp baking powder
– pinch of sea salt
-Chopped fresh apple chunks
Soften butter in microwave until soft, but not melted. About 10 seconds. Stir in sugar and mix well. Stir in Applesauce, pumpkin pie spice, and vanilla extract until incorporated. Now stir in the flour, baking powder, salt and apples. Mix until combined and smooth out top of batter in cup. Sprinkle your favorite granola on top, for an easy and delicious crumb topping. Pop it in the microwave for 50 – 80 seconds. Every microwave is different and weather conditions will also effect cook time. I suggest after 50 seconds, proceed at 10 second intervals. Enjoy warm, right out of the microwave, they really do taste their best right away. Careful not to mircrowave too long, they can get rubbery.
Use basic recipe for an easy platfrom to add nutrients. Try adding flax seed, chia seeds, cranberries, walnuts, granola, or chocolate chips! These make a great way to hide delicious nutrients in a “cake form.” Try combining granola, apples and flax and microwaving in a non-waxed paper cup for a quick breakfast while running out the door in the morning.
More recipes here: http://wackyapple.com/recipes
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