Celebrate With Opal® Apples

 

Opal Apple Party Recipes (1) It’s winter but that doesn’t mean our moods have to be down. This weekend we brightened up our weekend with a celebration! As a family who cares a lot about good food and having fun we wanted to celebrate everything apples with Opal Apples.

The Opal® apple variety has been praised for its bright yellow color accented with natural russeting at the stem, but is recognized above all for offering a distinctively crunchy texture and sweet and tangy flavor. In addition to its great taste, Opal® resists oxidation so it’s less likely to brown after slicing and is perfect for snacking and lunches.  That also means they’re perfect for entertaining!

To celearte Opal Apples we had a fun party with plenty of apple treats to munch on. I started first by making apple tartlets.  Sliced apples, a little sugar and cinnamon makes the perfect pie filling. I used premade pie dough for easy prep work and a mini muffin pan for creating the tarts.

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 Baked at 350 degrees for 20 minutes and you have the perfect little mini apple pies.

At any party the drinks are a must and we created a fun apple strawberry lemonade. Blend apples and strawberries with a little sugar and add to lemonade. Super simple and so fresh and fun for parties!

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 We also had other fun food like fried wantons, grilled apples and cheese sandwiches and apple snack bites. Simple and fun and everyone really enjoyed it!

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So brighten up your day with a delicious apple this season! You can find Opal® apples at your local grocer.

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Comments

  1. Sandra says

    I haven’t seen Opal apples, I’m going to be on the look out for them. The little apple tarts look delicious!