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Apple Nachos by the Adventurous Eaters Club by Misha and Vicky Collins is the Recipe of the Week!

Apple Nachos

By The Adventurous Eaters Club by Misha and Vicky Collins

Serves 2-4


  • 2 to 3 apples

  • 1/2 lemon

  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter (the old-fashioned sugar-free kind you have to stir)

  • Small handful of raisins

  • Small handful of raw pumpkin seeds

  • Small handful of flaked unsweetened coconut

  • Small handful of pretzels, crushed


  1. Lay each apple on its side and slice it into rounds right through the core. You should have about 8 slices per apple. Make your slices thin like chips but thick enough to hold the toppings. Squeeze the lemon over the slices so they don’t brown. Pluck out the seeds, revealing the pretty star/flower-shaped center of each apple slice.

  2. Kid’s job: Stir 1 tablespoon of water into your peanut butter until it’s thin enough to drizzle. Pile your apple “chips” on a plate. Drizzle the peanut butter over the top. Sprinkle on raisins, pumpkin seeds, coconut flakes, and crushed pretzels.

The Adventurous Eaters Club by Misha and Vicky Collins - See My Recipes - Misha Collins is an actor, author, and artist who works to subversively inspire change through acts of creativity and fun. Misha currently stars in Supernatural, the longest running American sci-fi television show in history. When not acting, Misha mobilize peoples through projects like GISH, the Guinness World Record-winning global scavenger hunt he created that challenges players to change the world—just by playing a game. He also founded the non-profit Random Acts, which aims to conquer the world through acts of kindness. Among their successes, GISH and Random Acts have rescued refugee families, built an orphanage in Haiti, and helped tackle child hunger. Eons ago, Misha interned at the White House, worked at NPR, and got a bachelor’s degree at University of Chicago. Misha's a published poet who loves tea. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking and spending time in the kitchen—where he has been known to trap his family and friends in the kitchen for twelve-hour jam-making sessions when blackberries are in season

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