2019 LWES 85

2019 LWES 85

This edition of Living Well Eating Smart is packed full of great nutrition advice - from simple meal recipes to helping you prevent prediabetes and more!

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WHAT YOU NEED: 8 apples (mix of any varieties) 1 cup Big Y ® apple cider 2-3 Big Y cinnamon sticks — Optional toppings: pumpkin seeds, walnuts, pecans, dried cranberries, dates or any other nuts, seeds or toppings of choice! This fall season, before enjoying apple picking with your family, learn a few facts about apples. This natural snack is not only delicious but also full of nutrients. As they say, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away!" HOW TO MAKE IT: 1. CORE apples and cut into big chunks. 2. PLACE cut apples in slow cooker and add cider and cinnamon. 3. COOK on low for 2 to 3 hours or until applesauce reaches preferred texture. 4. DISCARD cinnamon sticks and, if desired, mash to a smoother consistency with a fork or potato masher. 5. ADD to bowl, or jar, and top with optional toppings. Enjoy! 12 Orchard Applesauce Fall Apple Fun! How Much Do You Know About Apples? word bank Answers: Across: 2. Strong, 5. Fiber, 6. Apple Down: 1. Vitamin, 3. October, 4. Rinse ACROSS: 2. Vitamin C helps keep your immune system _________. 5. ________ helps your body move and process food. 6. 1 medium _________ contains 20% Daily Value for fiber. DOWN: 1. Apples are a good source of _______ C. 3. Peak apple harvest season in New England runs from late September to _______. 4. Before eating an apple, _______ with cool water. Toppings Slow Cooker Use these words to finish the crossword puzzle! RINSE FIBER APPLE VITAMIN OCTOBER STRONG From the Living Well Eating Smart newsletter, Issue #85, 9/19-11/13/2019. Created by Keene State College Dietetic Intern Jade Webb, June 2019. 1 2 4 5 6 3

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