Why? Evercrisp Apples at Heinen’s!

One of the many reasons I love shopping at Heinen’s is the high-quality and unique selection of produce. Just in time for holiday baking, Heinen’s is now carrying EverCrisp Apples.

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EverCrisp Apples look like Fuji Apples and taste a bit like Honeycrisp Apples, with a crisp, firm, sweet taste. But the main unique characteristic is how long this apple will hold it’s firm texture, even when cooked. You don’t even need to store them in your refrigerator to maintain the quality!

I recently had the chance to pick up some EverCrisp Apples from Heinen’s and try out some recipes with them. First, I made Apple Skillet Cake, a warm and comforting fall treat.

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This moist cake incorporated ingredients such as sour cream, apple cider, lots of spices, and EverCrisp Apples. I loved the spongy texture of the cake and the unique crisp bite of the EverCrisp Apples. I definitely endorse adding a big scoop of Mitchell’s Vanilla Bean Ice Cream on top!

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This is the perfect thing for a fall dessert (and I definitely ate the leftovers for breakfast)!

Speaking of breakfast, I also made Apple and Gruyere Mini Frittatas with EverCrisp Apples. The recipe started with sauteed onion, wilted spinach, and apples divided into muffin tins.

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Then top this savory and sweet mixture with eggs, gruyere, and milk and bake.

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This made a delicious breakfast which was mostly savory, with a touch of sweetness from the still-crisp apples.

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And while I made this just for Matthew and me, this recipe would be perfect for a holiday breakfast for a group/family!

Don’t miss EverCrisp Apples, now available at Heinen’s through January and perfect for all your holiday baking and cooking!

***Disclosure: I was asked by Heinen’s to help promote EverCrisp Apples. In exchange, I received a Heinen’s gift card to purchase ingredients. As always, all opinions (as well as my choice of recipes) are 100% my own.***

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