Ambrosia Apple Dessert Nachos for #iloveAmbrosia

Got 15 minutes? Then you can enjoy a delicious plate of Apple Dessert Nachos featuring Ambrosia apples. They’re a stunner at the holiday dessert table and healthy too!

Ambrosia Apple Dessert Nachos Recipe

Disclosure: I was asked to participate in the #iloveambrosia campaign as a member of the Healthy Aperture Blogger Network. I was compensated for my time and was gifted a dozen Ambrosia apples. All opinions are completely my own.

We fancy ourselves apple lovers at our house. An apple day keeps the doctor away…as the saying goes. You’ll find them in lunch boxes, at the bottom of my purse and in a big bowl on the counter.

We make apple chips, apple butter and bake them stuffed with caramel and topped with granola.

Yep. Apple lovers. 🙂

Ambrosia Apples

Then, along came Ambrosia Apples…proof that not all apples are created equal.

The first time we tried this relatively new apple variety (it’s only 10 years old,) it knocked our flip flops off (hey, we’re in Florida!) They are hands-down the sweetest apples we’ve ever tasted. And, sooo crisp. Nature’s candy! They truly live up to their name which means “Food of the Gods.”

I’m gushing. I know. But, they’re stunning to behold with their bright reddish blush over a creamy yellow background.

And, easy to work with too. They don’t turn brown as quickly as other apples when they are sliced and they retain their shape in pies and tarts.

My love affair with apples has reached a new high.

Ambrosia Apple Dessert Nachos

What’s a girl to do with an irresistibly sweet apple at the holidays?  Make apple dessert nachos, of course!

Ambrosia Apple Dessert Nachos

Check out the delish toppings on these babies. They are pretty healthy too. In less than 15 minutes, you (and your family or friends…of course) can sit down to a delicious plate of apple nachos.

Apple Dessert Nachos Recipe

A few tips…

Spread the apple slices out on several plates or a large platter before you begin the layering process…so each slice gets a share of the goodies. No stacking!

The sweetened nut butter can be drizzled with a spoon when slightly heated. Or, spoon it into the corner of a plastic bag, nip the corner and pipe it over the apple slices.

The apple slices can be any thickness desired or even wedges. Use the thickest setting on a mandoline or the apple slices are just too flimsy.

Apple Dessert Nachos Recipe

They are sure to wow the crowd at the dessert table!

Ambrosia Apple Dessert Nachos
 
Got 15 minutes? Then you can enjoy a delicious plate of Apples Dessert Nachos featuring Ambrosia apples. They will be the stunner of your holiday dessert table and they're healthy too!
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Ingredients
  • 4 Ambrosia Apples
  • ¼ cup almond butter (or favorite nut butter; sunflower seed butter also works well)
  • 1 Tablespoon honey or agave nectar
  • ¼ cup coconut flakes
  • ¼ cup mini chocolate chips
  • ¼ cup granola
  • ¼ cup pomegranate arils
Instructions
  1. Slice apples into thin ¼ inch slices (I used the 3 setting on a mandoline)
  2. Arrange slices on a platter slightly overlapping pieces.
  3. Stir almond butter and honey together and warm in the microwave for 10-15 seconds.
  4. Drizzle almond butter mixture over apples.
  5. Scatter remaining ingredients over the apple slices.
  6. Enjoy!
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 4-6

Enjoy!

Ambrosia Apple Dessert Nachos Recipe

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Comments

  1. Since it’s a fruit, I am TOTALLY having this for breakfast! Pinned!

  2. Total apple lover! And granola lover, and chocolate lover, and coconut lover….yea, these are perfect!

  3. What a beautiful presentation! So fun for the holidays.

  4. These look delicious! I love Ambrosia apples.

  5. Those nachos look delicious and are beautiful!! I don’t think I’ve had much of Ambrosia apples before, this makes me want to find some!

  6. I just tried the ambrosia apples yesterday at the NY Produce Show- they were awesome and now I know exactly what to do with the bag I took home with me! Question – how did you get the core out so beautifully?!

  7. Love this for an after-school snack… oh, for the kids too. HA.

  8. My kids LOVE apples! But I’ve never made them as fun as you have. I think they are gong to like this!!

  9. Such a fabulous snack idea! I love this and my kids would too!

  10. We are a family of apple lovers, too – and holy cow, I’m getting requests for it from behind my shoulder! 😉 YUM.

  11. I need to find these apples. We eat a lot of them here, and super sweet crisp ones are my favorite! Love the nacho ideas, all the different variations are great!

  12. I love nut butters with apples, so I am dying to try these. I haven’t had Ambrosia apples before, but will look for them next time I shop.

  13. Kind of in love with everything about this. Simple, clean, healthy, and delicious. I could use more desserts like this in my life.

  14. I would actually eat this for breakfast!! Pinning!

  15. I don’t think I’ve seen Ambrosia apples before. I’m going to seek them out at Whole Foods when I’m there tonight! These “nachos” look great and almond butter for the win!

  16. These look amazing! My kids would devour them in seconds!

  17. Ooh, how fun!! And beautiful!! I’ve never had ambrosia apples and now I want some. I want my flip flops knocked out too!!

  18. I have to comment again about how your Instagram vid of these was amazing. I’m still like, WOW! And now I know of a new variety of apples to look for at the store! Thanks for sharing!

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  20. What a fun and delicious way to enjoy Ambrosia Apples! I’ll take the whole plate please 😉

  21. What a fun idea. My kid would LOVE these.

  22. What a gorgeous plate!

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