How To Cut Apple Slices So They Stay Super Fresh

by Caitlin E. Harrington
Caitlin is an Arizona native currently residing in Phoenix. Pilates, cycling, cooking and watching YouTube beauty videos fill up her free time. Cute dogs are her weakness.

Fruit is like nature’s candy. It’s fresh, juicy, and can always satisfy your sweet tooth. With breakfast, lunch and dinner, or on it’s own as a snack or dessert, it doesn’t get much easier than grabbing your favorite piece of fruit to fill your tummy while getting also getting in a ton of nutrients and vitamins.

Although people of every age enjoy a nice fresh piece of fruit, some people can be a little bit fussier than others when it comes to the fruit they choose to eat.

You can always find a fruit hack, like the one that turns an apple into a delicious caramel bowl, sure to entice even the pickiest of eaters, but when it comes to packing lunches or just having something handy when you’re on the go, you usually can’ go wrong with a crisp, ripe apple.

While parents do their best to pack healthy and easy to eat lunches for their kids to take to school, the fresh fruits and veggies they chop up and throw in may not always look so fresh after sitting in a lunch box inside of a cubby for hours before lunch time.

But not to worry! You can still send you kid off to school with the nutritious foods you want them to eat, and with the help of a single rubber band, they will never toss out a brown apple again!

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