Apple Dentures

8 Apr

I couldn’t resist adding this bit of goofballiness to mom’s birthday spread. I couldn’t track down the source of the original Pin, but I still wanted to share a quick break down of how it’s done.

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You will need:

Red apples in accordance with how large a party you are serving (the above was made from one gala apple)

Peanut Butter

Mini Marshmallows

Lemon juice

utensils: chef’s knife, pastry brush

Step 1:

Core and chop the apples into rather thin wedges.

This was P's contribution. He's a chopper extraordinaire.

This was P’s contribution. He’s a chopper extraordinaire.

Step 2:

Brush wedges with lemon juice to slow browning.

Shh..don't tell: I used a regular paint brush (brand new, stop judging.)

Shh..don’t tell: I used a regular paint brush (brand new, stop judging.)

Step 3:

Spread peanut butter on a wedge.

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This is a messier recipe than you might think. Pretty sure I ate like ten fingerfuls of PB. But I was just serving these to my mom. If you’re making these for a party, maybe keep some paper towels handy for swiping instead.


Step 4:

Line up mini marshmallows across the widest part of the wedge for the “teeth.”

2014-04-05 00.00.59Step 5:

Spread peanut butter on one side of another wedge, and place on top of the marshmallows.

Peel side out of course.

Peel side out of course.


Tee hee! Snort Snort Chuckle!

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Luckily my mom has a great sense of humor. And these are quite delicious too. I don’t even care for marshmallows much, but it’s a pretty good combo.



2 Responses to “Apple Dentures”

  1. marylynnd April 30, 2014 at 7:26 pm #


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