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There's an Apple for That: Easy Apple Snacks

Food Network stars tell Food Network Magazine how they transform ordinary apples into some of their favorite treats. Photographs by Devon Jarvis/Studio D
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Ron Ben-Israel's Baked Apples

"When I was young I didn't like raw apples, so I made baked apples: I removed the core and filled the gap with nuts and raisins, drizzled it with honey, sprinkled on some cinnamon and baked it in a pan filled with 1/2 inch of water at 350 degrees F for 30 to 40 minutes."

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Alex Guarnaschelli's Apple Cider

"My daughter loves warm apple cider with cubed apples and cinnamon in it."

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Ree Drummond's Apple Grilled Cheese

"My favorite apple snack as a kid was applesauce because I was a big Brady Bunch fan and loved the way Peter Brady said 'appleshaush.' Now I like adding apple slices to a grilled cheese sandwich for a tiny bit of crunch and sweetness."

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Geoffrey Zakarian's Apple Yogurt

"My kids love all the different apples at the farmers' market. One of our favorite recipes: Peel and quarter 4 Gala and 4 Golden Delicious apples, simmer in a covered pot with 2 tablespoons agave syrup and 1/2 cup water until soft, about 20 minutes, then puree. They love to mix it into their yogurt."

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