Lunchtime Sunshine with Opal Apples

In our house, one of our favorite go to snacks are apples. Like many fresh fruits, apples are the perfect portable read-to-eat snack. For me, I especially love slices of cold, crisp apples served with a schmear of sunbutter.

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However, if you’re a busy mom on the run like me, sometimes that sliced apple doesn’t get eaten in one go when you’re pulled into so many different directions. How many times have you sliced up an apple or bitten into a juicy apple only not finish it because you’re off finishing something else?

Guilty as charged.

I have been known to bite into an apple and then forget to finish it. (I know. Who forgets to finish food?)  Then, when I remember to finish my favorite snack, I sadly find my apple all brown and not so appetizing anymore.

That’s where Opal Apples have your back by saving your favorite snack. Opal Apples are the first non-GMO non-browning apples. How about them apples?

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These crisp, gorgeous sunny fruits are super sweet and tangy with a faint orange taste. And because Opals stay fresh for long periods of time, they are the perfect addition to any salad.

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Opal apples are truly delicious, but I honestly love that I can pack a sliced Opal with a serving of sunbutter in my kid’s lunchbox and it won’t turn brown by lunchtime. Who am I kidding? This might be MY favorite snack and if my kids’ are lucky, I might share the Opal apples with them.

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Give Opal Apples a taste-test today. Find Opal Apples at Publix supermarkets and Sprouts Farmers Market and SAVE $1 when you sign up for the Opal Apples newsletter. Be sure to follow Opal Apples on Facebook for more deals, updates, recipe and where to find them.

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Denise

From start to finish, Denise is Run DMT, a Tampa Bay marathon mom on the run trying to maintain an easy pace through it all between races and raising three beautiful, brilliant children (ages 13, 9, 4). In 2007, I discovered a passion for running and in February 2015, I completed my tenth marathon, however, I continue to train for a variety of races and triathlons. In my spare time, I founded Tampa Bay Bloggers, a hyperlocal blogging network.

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10 comments

  1. Running betty says:

    My grandmother taught us to slice apples with peanut butter and provolone cheese slices. I also like them chopped in cubes with nuts and raisins.

  2. Nancy Loring says:

    My favorite way to eat an apple is to pick it off the tree (from the neighbors house he doesn’t know) and polish it a bit and then just bite right into it.

  3. Jacqueline Seevers says:

    I love to eat apple slices with peanut or almond butter! I love the fact that these don’t brown! I would be able to slice them up and take them to work for a quick and easy snack!!

  4. Jennifer Lemke says:

    Eating apples with homemade sunflower butter is my favorite way to eat any apple. I cut mine in half, use a melon baller to remove the seeds and top with the nut nutter. YUM

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