Princess & Me: Snow White’s Apple Slice Sandwiches

Snow White loves to snack on the delicious apples she finds in the forest! Apples are a healthy, refreshing snack that make the perfect addition to every lunch box – as long as they don’t come from the evil queen!

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Follow Snow White’s tutorial to create your own delicious apple creations!

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Step One: Gather your ingredients.

You will need:

  • One apple

  • Knife for spreading

  • Knife for cutting

  • Peanut or almond butter

  • Cinnamon

  • Cheese

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Step Two: Have a responsible adult slice your apple into horizontal sections, about an inch thick. Take out the core by cutting a small circle out of each slice to create donut-shaped circles.

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Step Three: Take one apple slice and use your knife for spreading to slather on nut butter and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Top off the sandwich with another slice of apple. You can also make a sandwich using slices of cheese between the apples. Have fun creating different recipes!

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Step Four: Place on a plate, or in your lunch box and enjoy!

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Snow White eats her delicious snacks with fresh vegetables and a refreshing glass of water. She even made extra sandwiches to share with her animal friends! It is a chilly day and the yummy treats were the perfect surprise for her special forest companions. 

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Is there a special way you like to enjoy your apple slice lunch, or perhaps a special person you would like to share it with? Make extra treats for loved ones as a special way to remind them how much they mean to you!

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