Edible Apple Cider Cups Demo | Easy Holiday Hack | Nutritionist …
DIY Balloon Mosaic For the Holidays With Letter + Number Molds
DIY Bow Napkins For Your Holiday Table
How to Make Toad-in-the-Hole Pasties
Step-by-Step Tutorial: Wrap Your Table Like a Christmas Gift
How to Make a Baked Brie Wreath with Sweet and Spicy Pesto
How to Make Spicy, Sweet & Sour Egg Rolls and Hoisin-Peanut Dipp…
David Boreanaz Tells BTS "SEAL Team" Story + It's Pasta Night at…
Cozy Tater Tot Casserole + "New Kid On The Block" Jonathan Knight
Brooke Shields Talks Holiday Plans + Her New Movie "Holiday Harm…
A Master Sommelier's Holiday Meal Wine Pairings
How to Make Pumpkin Semifreddo with Chocolate-Covered Pistachios…
How to Make Korean-Style Stir-Fried Rice Cakes (Tteokbokki) | Ra…
Cheesy Christmas Wreath + DIY Holiday Party Decorations
How to Make Pasta with Beans + Greens | Quick & Easy Kid-Friendl…
How to Make Cranberry and Cornbread Cobbler | Chef Ronnie Woo
Simple Tips to Help Nervous Dogs With Separation Anxiety
How to Make Pear Phyllo Dough "Crumble" | Chef Ronnie Woo
Why Your Pet Rabbit Chews Everything—and How to Stop It
A Must-Try Holiday Dessert + Rach & John Answer Your Qs
Nutritionist Cynthia Sass shares her trick for turning an apple into an edible cup for hot or cold apple cider (or an apple cider cocktail) in just three easy steps.
What You'll Need:
- Paring knife
- Melon baller
- Cutting board
How To Make Apple Cups
1. Turn the apple on its side and cut off the top.
2. Using a paring knife, cut a ¼-inch rim all the way around the apple — this doesn't need to be very deep.
3. Take a melon baller and scoop out the center of the apple until you have a cup.
Fill with cider, pop in a cinnamon stick, serve and enjoy!
"And then when you're done drinking, just bite right into it," Cynthia says about the edible apple cups.
Pro Tip: You can fill these apple cups with pretty much anything — you don't have to stop at cider! Take inspiration from Rachael's Cheesy Stuffed Apples or Dr. Ian's Healthy Baked Apples With Cinnamon, Oats & Pecans.
For another healthy apple recipe from Cynthia, check out her Gluten-Free Apple Spice Mini Muffins.