Campfire Cooking: Baked Apples

Registered Dietician

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campfire baked apples
Apples are the largest and most valuable fruit crop in Michigan, with 50 percent of them sold fresh. With apples being in such an abundance, they make these baked apples super easy to make. It is a great treat to have while on a camping trip, or even during a backyard bonfire.
Apples are nutritional powerhouses that contain vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, dietary fiber and more. They provide many health benefits such as reducing the risk of developing cancer, hypertension, diabetes and heart disease. Walnuts contain healthy fats, protein, and fiber which increase satisfaction and fullness making them a great snack.
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