TUESDAY RECIPE: PERSONAL APPLE NACHOS (MORE APPLE STUFF!)
With the arrival of fall, apple-flavored everything has made a now-annual comeback. However, just as the snow starts to fall in the land of Oswego, it might as well be winter. Either way, this week, we’ve got a delicious fall recipe for you to try! As college kids, we eat whatever is quick, easy, and cheap. Nachos are a common favorite, but greasy, high-sodium foods can cause a variety of health problems. That’s why we’ve put a new spin on the typical nacho recipe.
Key: DH – Available in the Dining Hall
Apples (plan to provide each guest with at least 1-2 apples)
Carmel Sauce – An honest-to-gosh classic!
Peanut Butter – Melt and drizzle for best addition.
Marshmallow/Candy Pieces – A little unhealthy, but in small quantities they can add the perfect blend of sweetness.
Cinnamon – Sprinkle onto the top for all to enjoy
Sharp Cheddar (Shredded) – Cheese and apples go great together
Assorted dried fruit
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Slice apples into wedges (these will replace unhealthy nacho chips, while still providing a great crunch).
- Place wedges on a cookie sheet.
- Bake for 10 minutes.
- Place apples onto a large platter surrounded by “toppings.”
- Have guests place whatever toppings they may want and microwave for 30 seconds.
- EAT & ENJOY!
Researched by Allison Flannagan, Peer Educator
Photo Cred: Ontario Apples