Apple sandwiches with granola and peanut butter is a healthy snack that kids will love to prepare (or to help you prepare it), since it’s fun to spread the nut butter and sprinkle the chocolate chips. Apple sandwiches with granola and peanut butter are adaptable for various preferences and allergies. Instead of peanut butter, you might try almond butter or pumpkin-sunflower-flax seed butter, and the raisins may be swapped for dried cranberries, chopped dates, and other dried fruits. So if you’re looking for a quick snack great for both adults and kids, these apple sandwiches are definitely what you’re looking for, as you can assemble them in less then 5 minutes and make them quickly for the whole family.
2 small apples, cored and cut crosswise into 1/2-inch thick rounds
1 teaspoon lemon juice (optional)
3 tablespoons peanut or almond butter
2 tablespoons semisweet chocolate chips
3 tablespoons granola
If you won’t be eating your apple sandwiches with granola and peanut butter right away, start by brushing the apples slices with lemon juice to keep them from turning brown.
Spread one side of half of the apple slices with peanut or almond butter then sprinkle with chocolate chips and granola. Top with remaining apple slices, pressing down gently to make the sandwiches.
Transfer apple sandwiches with granola and peanut butter to napkins or plates and serve. Your tasty treats are ready!