Saturday, December 2, 2023

Must-Try Apple Recipes From Your Favorite Animated Shows


Must-Try Apple Recipes From Your Favorite Animated Shows

How do you feel about this story?


An apple a day keeps the doctor away. So, as people say, it is true that apples are good as both a snack and a dessert.

Apples are one of the most commonly used fruits because of their sweet, crunchy, and nutritious benefits. Usually, they are incorporated in pastries as either filling, flavor, mixture, or the main ingredient.

There is no doubt that when we were young, our all-time favorite animated shows captivated us with unforgettable apple recipes that, at some point, we promised ourselves to remake into reality.

Get your forks ready, because this will surely be apple-tizing!

1. Tree Trunk’s Apple Pie – Adventure Time

Cartoon Network babies will never forget the lovable and wonderful Adventure Time and its beloved character, Tree Trunk, who happens to be an expert in apple pies.

The secret lies with the main ingredient: instead of using green apples to complement the sweet sauce with a sour crunch, the recipe calls for red apples, putting sweetness on top of another.

Looking closely at the apple filling in the episode, it may not be sliced as other recipes are, but rather a filling similar to custards, creamy just like a tart but topped with crust.

Interpretations of this recipe vary over the internet, but it is worth noting that if you have a sweet tooth, this is definitely your go-to recipe.

2. Mona Simpson’s Apple Pie – The Simpsons

If there were an apple pie competition, Tree Trunks’ competitor would be Mona Simpson, Homer Simpson’s mother.

While Tree Trunk’s recipe is subject to interpretation, Mona’s has an actual recipe card shown in the episode, possibly intended by writers to let the audience try for themselves.

What makes it unique is that the recipe calls for three different types of apples: three golden apples (possibly quinces), three granny smiths or pippin apples, and three apples of your choice.

This recipe is more experimental because of the three apples that are suited to your preferences; therefore, you can mix and match them in any way you want.

3. Apple Fritters – The Regular Show

Donuts that are familiar to everyone would either have one hole in the middle or no hole but with a glaze on top.

Apple fritters are actually donuts—apple slices coated or dipped in thick applesauce to clump together and then fried, giving a shiny and golden brown finish.

This is why the donut shop in The Regular Show shows sparkling apple fritters, especially since they are said to be double-glazed.

If you want to enjoy a full-on sugar rush, then these apple fritters will win over your tastebuds.

4. Froggy Apple Crumple Thumpkin – Chowder

Last but definitely not least is the lengthy recipe and name, Froggy Apple Crumple Thumpkin in the show, Chowder.

The duration of this recipe says it takes about 68 steps, which is an exaggeration of the closest realistic dessert, apple crumbles, taking about 45 minutes to an hour to bake.

Red apples are usually diced and mixed with cinnamon, sugar, and nutmeg, then topped with a dry mixture of flour, oats, and butter.

You can turn the mixture into a crust and sandwich apples in between, since in chowder the recipe is in the color green, the equivalent recipe is a matcha apple crumble.

Adding matcha to your apples and topping mixture will give your recipe some green hints, especially if you are not a fan of sour green apples. This recipe is meant for you.

Looking into these recipes is clear evidence that watching cartoons is not just for entertainment; you can also get something from them—this might be a life lesson or a food for your hungry tummy.

So what are you waiting for? Get that apple-mazing dessert!

Photo Credit:,,,,

DonBelle Enters New Era As Metro’s Latest Cover Stars

Metro unveils its third cover, featuring the new-gen phenomenal love team Donny Pangilinan and Belle Mariano.

Fil-Am Kid Bags Multiple Awards In The Citrus Preliminary Pageant

Little Mister is a hakotero! Filipino-American Ian Story from New Hampshire wins back-to-back awards in the Citrus Preliminary Pageant.

PH Committed To Global Environmental Responsibility

The Philippines takes a proactive approach to climate change with new projects funded by the People’s Survival Fund.

Cebu Churches To Take Center-Stage In Upcoming ‘Suroy-Suroy Sugbo’

Explore the rich religious heritage of Cebu’s southern towns in the captivating Suroy-Suroy Sugbo, a three-day tourism escapade like no other!

PH Could Lose Investors To Bangladesh Sans Nuke Plant

The Philippine government urged to embrace nuclear energy to cut electricity costs and attract business investments.

- Advertisement (970x250 Desktop) -