What to do After Apple Picking

Apple picking is an all-time classic pastime when it comes to Fall activities. You get the most perfect “Kodak moments,” get to spend time with loved ones, and are able to enjoy the crisp autumn air while surrounded by crisp apples.

So, you’ve picked a bunch of apples, taken at least a dozen cute pictures, and ate your way through an orchard. Now, you have quite a few apples left over, and you feel bad letting them go to waste in your home.

Don’t worry, Boottique has done our research and is prepared to give you a few Fall recipes to use up those apples and make some tastey treats to share at work, home or school!

  1. Baked Apple Chips-Who can say no to chips? Especially when they are as healthy and tasty as these are.
    via SallysBakingAddiction.com
    via SallysBakingAddiction.com

    apple chips recipe
    via sallysbakingaddiction.com
  2. Mini Caramel Apples-Caramel apples are one of the greatest treats on this planet. Just…not so great for you. Making them mini makes it a little easier to control portion size and still enjoy this delicious treat!
    These are simple to make, start out with cake pop sticks and a melon baller.
    Scoop out balls of apple, place them on a baking sheet, and insert the cake pop sticks.
    Melt caramel, and dip the apples after they have cooled.

    Mini-Caramel-Apples-
    via MyLitter.com
  3. Caramel Apple Pretzel Salad-How delicious does this sound? And it has salad in the title, so we feel less guilty about indulging in this fall treat.
    via thegunnysack.com
    via thegunnysack.com

    via thegunnysack.com
    via thegunnysack.com

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