Iâ€™m so sorry. I feel like I’ve been neglecting GreenLiteBites. I’ve been cooking and eating, I swear! I’ve even snapped a few shots of ideas that simply havenâ€™t made it to the site yet.
My absence is partially do The 7-Year-Oldâ€™s Spring Break, which I’ve been blogging about on my travel blog. We’ve been doing something fun every day this week as a sort of staycation for him. Iâ€™ve also been distracted by GreenLiteBites redesign.
Thatâ€™s right! Weâ€™re getting a new look soon! Iâ€™m excited and nervous about it. Iâ€™m hoping to make the site faster and easier to navigate. Iâ€™m even considering adding an open forum/message board area, so if you have any strong feelings either way about it, Iâ€™m all ears!
Moving on to the real reason Iâ€™m here …
I just enjoyed the simplest apple salad that will have you looking at a plain old apple in a whole new light.
I came up with this idea for The Laughing Cow last month but itâ€™s so darn good I had to post here as well.
Iâ€™ve said this before and Iâ€™ll say it again — making something is always more satisfying than grabbing something, and that includes fruit. Sure, I could have just eaten the apple plain and it would have been fine, but this was a whole lot more fun, tasty and satisfying!
Hereâ€™s what I did today …
- 1/2 of a large apple (you could use a small)
- 1 Mini Babybel Sharp Original (or your favorite Mini Babybel!)
- 7g of chopped walnuts
- 1/2 tbsp (5g) honey
- Dash of cinnamon
- Dash of nutmeg
I totally forgot to take a photo before I started but I had these monstrous opal apples.
They were amazing! Crisp and sweet, but HUGE. Instead of using the whole thing I split one with this growing boy.
I mean, really, how old does he look there?! Itâ€™s FREAKING ME OUT.
Anyway, I cubed up my half and then cubed my Babybel,
and added it to the apple along with the walnuts.
Added a pinch of cinnamon and nutmeg and drizzled the honey on top.
So simple but oh so tasty.
|Servings||Amt per Serving|
|205||12g||4g||old: 4||new: 6|