Celebrate Spring With Our Easy Apple Nacho Recipe
The flowers are in full bloom and it’s time to celebrate Spring with our easy Apple Nacho Recipe. One of the best parts of this time of year is the abundance of fresh fruit and if you’re from Northern California like we are, that means we are lucky enough to be surrounded by apples, citrus, and vineyards filled with grapes all abound just to name a few. This incredibly easy Apple Nacho Recipe can be personalized for every member of the family and is easy to change up to meet allergy restrictions as needed. It’s a great snack for the afternoon or the perfect dessert while still being filled with nature’s goodness. In our house, we love to usher in this time of year and celebrate Spring with our Easy Apple Nacho Recipe. After trying it for yourself. you’ll never think of nachos in the same way again.
Apples (your favorite variety)
1 to 2 tablespoons peanut butter (can easily be switched up with other items depending on your dietary needs)
1 to 2 tablespoons chopped chocolate or chocolate morsels
1 to 2 tablespoons chopped peanuts (or your favorite nut)
Optional toppings to consider:
- Dried fruit (raisins, cranberries, pineapple, coconut, etc.)
- Caramel sauce
- Chocolate sauce
- Miniature M&M candies
- Whipped topping
Core apples and slice into even slices. (I used a mandoline cutter.) Arrange apple slices on a plate.
Place peanut butter in a microwave-safe measuring cup or bowl. Heat for 30 seconds or until pourable. Drizzle over apple slices.
Top the apple slices with chopped nuts and chocolate as well as any additional toppings you desire.
It’s just that easy to create a yummy and fun treat. The best part is it’s easy to make single servings or large gatherings. Or better yet, put out an Apple Nacho Bar and let people pick their own toppings personalizing it with all of their favorites. How will you usher in March and April? There is no better time than right now than to celebrate Spring with our easy Apple Nacho Recipe. What’s your favorite goto recipe for this time of year?