Peanut Butter Apple Sandwiches with Granola
Peanut Butter Apple Sandwiches with Granola are fantastic ways to spice up munchies! An enjoyable and nutritious snack that is simple, quick, and delectable!
These apple sandwiches are perfect for those times when you need a decent snack to stave off hunger. They are rich in protein and fiber, which will help you feel satisfied and keep your hunger at bay until lunch or dinner. Additionally, making these snacks simply takes 5 minutes and 3 basic ingredients!
A healthy breakfast that starts with an apple and some peanut butter is definitely better than nothing at all. It is not healthy to skip breakfast because the longer you wait, the faster your body goes into starvation mode. The body will then store the food you ate as fat when you finally feed it. You can’t skip breakfast. It’s great that eating an apple and peanut butter in the morning won’t spike your blood sugar! Sugar spikes will make you hungry sooner, which is also not a good way to start your morning. To create a meal that is more balanced, I would suggest putting peanut butter, sliced apples, and yogurt on a piece of whole-grain toast. You could also eat the yogurt or string cheese with the apple and peanut butter.
Peanut Butter Apple Sandwiches with Granola Ingredients
- Any variety of medium apple—Honeycrisp, gala, granny smith, etc.—will do.
- 2 tablespoons creamy, natural, low-sugar peanut butter
- 2 teaspoons of granola, either homemade or purchased.
- Core the apple and cut it into eight to ten pieces.
- Each apple slice should have a thin layer of peanut butter on one side.
- Granola can be used to cover half of the apple slices.
- Cover the granola-covered slices with the remaining apple half.
- Enjoy the food!
- Alternatives to Peanut Butter Apple Sandwiches with Granola Apple: Pears could also be used to make this snack, and celery could be included if you want to include some vegetables.
- Almond butter or any other nut butter of your choosing may be substituted for the peanut butter, if you like. Sunflower seed butter is a fantastic alternative to nut butter if you need to avoid them.
- Granola: Use any kind of granola you choose, and experiment with different varieties! If you’d rather not use granola, you can add some sweetness by adding raisins, other dried fruit, chopped nuts or seeds, or small chocolate chips.