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All natural and healthy — no added sweeteners and no sulfites
- Freeze dried 3/8" diced apples.
- Excellent source of fiber and a good source of vitamin C.
- No infused sugar and no sulfites!
- Certified Kosher by Blue Ribbon Kosher. See the North Bay Kosher List.
Ingredients: 3/8-inch dices of freeze dried apples with 0.6% lemon juice for color retention.
Common uses: Backpacking food, camping food, healthy snacks, and quick-and-easy cooking at home. Like our other freeze dried fruits, our apples are often added to cereals, smoothies, desserts, and trail mixes.
Packaging: Bagged selections are in high quality resealable foil pouches with moisture absorbent pack to help ensure freshness after initial opening. Bulk box orders use sealed plastic bag inside sturdy cardboard box.
Allergen Information: Processed in a facility that also handles cereal grains, peanuts, tree nuts, and soybeans.
A popular gift item: Use our multiple-address and gift-messaging features to send dried apple and other freeze dried fruits to friends and family.
Staple for RVReview by KellyThis is great in breakfast cereals, I keep my Winnebago stocked up with these apples.
tasty tiny apples, perfect for new eatersReview by an adventurous toddlerWe've been using NBT freeze-dried fruits & veg as snacks for our daughter since a 22-day road trip last summer at age 1... highly recommend! We were able to use food to stave off bored toddler meltdowns WITHOUT making a huge mess in the car or feeding her nutritionless rice puffs for 3 weeks straight, and now at home I can give her an unprocessed snack with zero effort. We always have a couple little tupperware of freeze dried treats in the diaper bag. These apples are a great default snack (who doesn't like cruncy apples?) and the size is perfect for practicing her pincer grasp. Note that they're a little smaller than cheerios, so they'll escape those "no spill" snack cups... a better trail snack vs car for that reason. We mixed these with the other small dice fruits for a sweet baby trail mix (apricots, diced berries, etc). We've moved on to the bigger granny smith chunks now, solely for mess containment :)
great taste and textureReview by KimAdded to my homemade overnight oatmeal bowl. Great additions, held up well after microwaving.
The kids LOVE these!Review by LauraMy kids will devour an entire bag of these freeze dried apples if I let them--- either stirred into oatmeal for extra appley goodness, or just by the handful. :-)
NiceReview by JenYummy, tart, and sweet apples!
My least favorite freeze dried fruit so farReview by SassygrannyI was surprised that the peel was still on these apple chunks. In the photo just one piece seems to have a peel on it. This is an issue because the peel was like leather. It never rehydrated enough to be pleasant enough to eat. I had to boil the chunks. Even so...the peels were still rubbery and unappealing. I finally put the fruit through a sieve and got something I could make a tart with. All in all...way too much trouble for what I got out of it. In an emergency situation, I would not call these a reliable resource. The tart tasted pretty good, when it was finally done, however.
Best organic apples EVER!!!Review by HeatherMI am so grateful to have found your site!!!! I ordered several different kinds of dried fruit and they are all AMAZING!!! My smoothies have never been better! I travel a lot for work and rarely have time to shop at a grocery store on the road. Your dried fruits and veggies SAVED me!!
Love these! Oatmeal idea...Review by DanielleI make my own "apple pie" oatmeal mix using these diced FD apples. It beats the pants off of anything that can be purchased in the store! The apples rehydrate really well and taste great. Here's the recipe I came up with for apple pie oatmeal:
APPLE PIE OATMEAL
6 cups old-fashioned rolled oats
1 cup packed brown sugar
3 Tbsp. powdered butter (optional)
2 cups North Bay Trading FD apple dices
1 Tbsp. cinnamon
1 tsp nutmeg
1/2 tsp. ground cloves
1/2 tsp. ground allspice
1/2 tsp. Chinese Five Spice powder (optional)
1 cup powdered milk
Mix all ingredients together well and store in an airtight container.
To serve: In a bowl, mix 1/3 cup oatmeal with 2/3 cup water (1:2 ratio for larger amounts). Microwave 4 minutes (900 watt). Stir and allow to stand for a few minutes until it is cool enough to eat. Enjoy!
Great for kids and adults alike!Review by CorinnThese apples are fantastic. My nephew eats very few items, one of them being freeze dried apples. When the brand he ate was discontinued, I set out on a mission to find them.
I located them here and am pleased to say he loves them as much as his previous brand.
My husband and I enjoy them as well, either dry out of the bag, or rehydrated with a little cinnamon atop of waffles. Yum!
We will continue to look out for the next sale to stock up on more.
2 favorite uses for FD diced applesReview by TerrrI put some cinnamon and water in a small bowl, added some of the diced FD apples, sugar is optional, then heated this up in the microwave. Tasted fresher and better than fresh made apple pie, and was a whole lot lower in calories! Or, sprinkle about a half cup of diced FD apples on the batter of the Bisqick coffeecake before you put on the streusel topping, then bake. Delicious!
Delish! Reccomended HighlyReview by StitchWitchGreat flavor, naturally sweet and tart at the same time. Had this in my morning oatmeal with nuts and freeze dried cranberries. Awesome! Reconstituted very well, great flavors and held shape well. Two thumbs up for sure!
Excellent productReview by IvieNice sweet natural flavor. I reconstituted these freeze dried apples and mixed with cinnamon, nutmeg, and a little sugar yum!!! I thought I was eating homemade apple pie.
Yum!Review by SheriThese freeze dried apples are great to snack on and the kids love them also. I pack a bag in with their lunch for school. Great healthy snack!
great in baking!Review by Baking ladyAdded these apples just out of the bag to mincemeat pie, and the pie came out delicious, nice and firm, not soupy. Sprinkled freeze dried apples on cinnamon buns, before rolling up the dough, and the buns were fantastic! Great in hot cereal, too. I'm ordering more!
Float Plane deliveryReview by BillSuper to munch on and I even make applesauce ! Will get more on the next flight in.
Easy to Prepare
- Use dry as a healthy snack, as an addition to trail mixes, and as a crunchy topping for cereals and desserts.
- For most other applications, hydrate by soaking for 5 minutes in a generous amount of cold or hot water (hot water works slightly better). Then drain.
Yield — 1 oz equals about 1 cup dry with less than 4% moisture content.
Rehydration Ratio — 1 lb of freeze dried apples, once rehydrated, equals approximately 10 lbs of fresh prepared diced apples.
Storage — Best if used within 24 months of purchase. Store tightly sealed while minimizing exposure to high humidity and heat.
Serv.Size 1 oz (30g)
About 1 cup
Fat Cal. 0
*Percent Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet.
|Total Fat 0g||0%||Total Carb. 28g||9%|
|Sat. Fat 0g||0%||Fiber 6g||26%|
|Trans. Fat 0g||Sugars 21g|
|Cholest. 0mg||0%||Protein 0g|
|Vitamin A 3% • Vitamin C 10% • Calcium 0% • Iron 3%|
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