Snack Series: Cinnamon Apples


I have lots to share with you today! But first — Cinnamon + Apples.

As a self-proclaimed apple pie enthusiast, this snack is my JAM.

There’s a window of time right after I’ve eaten dinner and before the time I know I shouldn’t eat anymore because it’s so close to bed time (but still sometimes eat then anyways, shhhh. ;)).

During this time, I just need a leeettle bit of something sweet. Apples with a sprinkle of cinnamon is the perfect thing. But really, it’s good ANY time.

Second — I wrote my very first guest blog post! 4 Things I Love About Cooking: Click here to read.

And third — An idea popped in my mind. I want to ask YOU (yes, you right there in front of the screen!) to share YOUR favorite snack(s) in the comments. Then, I will compile the list and share it on Friday. I think it would make this snack series even better (plus who doesn’t love more snacks?). If you’ve got a simple, (mostly) healthy, and delicious snack to share, leave a comment and your snack will be featured Friday. :) (***Please be clear on ingredients or any specific instructions.)

Cinnamon Apples; from a personal trainer at my gym

  • 1 apple, cut into slices
  • sprinkle of cinnamon

Start off light on the cinnamon. Taste it and add more until you’re satisfied with the apple to cinnamon ratio.


4 thoughts on “Snack Series: Cinnamon Apples

  1. Veronica Lee Burns

    I love this cinnamon apple idea, sounds like the perfect snack between dinner at that specific time, I know exactly what you’re talking about!

    I used to love a collection of nuts and raisins as a snack. I’ve cut raisins recently but nuts are still a great snack! For a little something sweet I like dark chocolate covered almonds.

  2. Amy P.

    These look so tasty and simple! I’ll have to try them sometime this week for a snack!

    One go-to snack that I’ve been making a lot lately is smoothies. They usually consist of frozen blueberries and strawberries, half a banana, almond milk, a scoop of vanilla whey protein powder, a handful of oats, some chia seeds and a scoop of coconut oil. Its so healthy and delicious!


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