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15 Apple Recipes For Instant Pot
From: Instant Pot Eats
Instant Pot Eats has compiled a list of 15 fantastic apple recipes you can make in your Instant Pot.
- Apple Dumplings from Taste of Lizzy T
- Pressure Cooker Spiced Apple Butter from Pressure Cooking Today
- Paleo Apple Glazed Turkey Meatballs from Once A Month Meals
- Instant Pot Apple Crisp from Home Pressure Cooking
- Instant Pot 3-Minute Apple Sauce from Recipes 2 Nourish
- Breakfast Apple & Cranberry Steel Cut Oats from Kitchen Stewardship
- Pressure Cooker Baked Apples from Hip Pressure Cooking
- Braised Red Cabbage & Apple from Gluten-Free Pressure Cooker
- Instant Pot Apple Honey Pork Tenderloin from Meal Plan Addict
- Honeycrisp Apple & Raisin Steel Cut Oats from Zen & Spice
- Instant Pot Apple Cake from Two Sleevers
- Pork Loin with Sauerkraut and Apples from Dr. Kellyann
- Butternut Squash & Apple Soup from Our Food Fix (Vegan, Paleo)
- Pressure Cooker Apple Cider from The Homemade Cook
- Instant Pot Cinnamon Apples from This Pilgrim Life
Ernestine Barnes says
Hi Washington apples co.
I Love your apples, they are delicious and are better than most or all that I’ve eaten in a while. I enjoy eating them very much, but is there any that can be purchased without the wax. I understand that it’s safe but I prefer non wax.
Sage Fruit says
Thank you for your interest in Sage Fruit Company! Generally speaking, all of our conventionally grown apples will have wax applied at the time of packing. Our organically grown apples, however, do not.
The wax we apply to our conventionally grown apples is a food-grade wax. Apples naturally create their own wax while growing on a tree in order to protect themselves from the environment. After harvest, apples are washed and brushed to remove leaves and field dirt before they are packed for shipping to your local market. This cleaning process removes the fruit’s original wax coating. So, when packing them for shipment to your grocery stores, we apply the food-grade wax to help them maintain their freshness. It is used to seal the apples and prevent moisture loss, undesirable dehydration and to make them shine. To remove the wax, run cool water over your piece of fruit, with a gentle hand scrub, prior to eating.