Thursday, July 26, 2012

Food Storage 101 - Can #4 - Freeze Dried Apples



I remember when I was young my mom would always tell me “An apple a day keeps the dentist away.” With all the essential vitamins and minerals that a person needs, it's not hard to see why! Apples are high in dietary fiber, which aids in digestion and promotes weight loss. They also contain almost no fat or cholesterol.This is why we have chosen Honeyville Freeze Dried Apples as our fourth can in our Food Storage 101 segment. Not only do they fit in the necessary fruit group for your food storage as well as provide all the benefits we just mentioned, it is an easy product to rotate regularly in your daily meals. Whether sprinkling them on your oatmeal each morning, giving it to your kids for a daily afternoon snack, or using it in your everyday cooking needs, this is an extremely versatile product with a shelf life of 10-15 years. And if apples are not your choice, we have a full line of Freeze Dried Fruit that you can substitute.

Now, enough with the talk, let's dive into a great dessert provided by Chef Tess!



Chef Tess' Ginger Apple-snap Crisp Mix
For the crisp mix combine well:
1 cup Honeyville 6 Grain Cereal
1/2 cup Brown Sugar
1/2 cup Honeyville Powdered Butter
1 tsp Chef Tess Bakeresse Wise Woman of The East Spice Blend
1/2 tsp ground ginger
1/2 cup toasted sliced almonds or chopped pistachio
2 tsp Honeyville Lemonade Powder
3/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup jam of your choice
To prepare crisp you will need: 4 cups Honeyville Freeze Dried Apples (hydrated with 4 cups hot water 10 minutes and drained well).

Directions:Combine hydrated apples and jam and place in an 8 inch by 8 inch casserole. Combine the 6 grain cereal, sugar, powdered butter, spices, nuts, lemonade powder and salt. Add 1/4 cup water. Mix until well crumbly. Spread over the top of the apples mixture. Bake 350 degrees for 45 minutes until apples are tender. Serve with ice cream if desired.
Tomorrow we'll wrap up our Food Storage 101 week with cans 5 and 6, Honeyville Freeze Dried Vegetable Mix and Honeyville Freeze Dried White Chicken.

2 comments:

Shane said...

That Sounds yummy.. Im definitely trying that out.. Thank you :)

Linda Fredrick said...

Wow stays good for 10 - 15 years, that is amazing, Learning, learning...