Apple Medley

Well this was supposed to post yesterday… When I got on long after it was supposed to auto-post, I was dismayed to find it had not been scheduled like I thought. It is late, but it is still here! This is a great recipe, so I hope you enjoy it!

Just a quick side track. Are any of you into Legos? I just wanted to give a shout out to my uncle and aunt who started making Lego sets modeled as LDS temples. So far they have designed the Seattle temple and the Salt Lake City temple Lego sets. These sets are pretty cool! As a kid I always loved playing with my brother’s Legos. I didn’t build cars and planes like my brothers did, I just built houses. It was more like the floor plan of the house, because I made the walls, door ways, counters and furniture. The thought of building a temple never crossed my mind, but I don’t think I would have had the necessary pieces even if I had thought of it. It is so great that they have created a set that allows us to do this. They even included the angel Moroni! If you want to check out these temple sets you can find them on Etsy (search for Lego Temple) or go directly to their page with this link. If there is a Lego temple set you would be interested in having, I am sure they would love the feedback!

I’m just going to get to the point for this recipe, because I don’t feel like I have much to say this week. You know, there are those days when you could talk someone’s head off, and other days when you couldn’t. It just feels like one of those days weeks for me. 

We went out to eat a few weeks ago, and ordered a kids plate for the munchkin. One of the sides he got was an Apple Medley dish, with apples, yogurt, raisins and cinnamon. It was so simple, but it tasted so good! I knew I had to recreate it at home, which was no problem. It is perfect for autumn, or any other time of the year! 

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2 Granny Smith apples

1/2 cup golden raisins

12 ounces (2 individual cups) vanilla yogurt

1/2 tsp cinnamon


Wash and core the apples. Cut the apples into 1/2-inch pieces, and put in a medium sized bowl. Add the remaining ingredients, and mix until evenly coated. Serve immediately, or store covered in the fridge.

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