Superbowl Snacks: Apple Pie Nachos

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There are no chips involved in this dish. Nothing really THAT crispy. And you eat these with a fork. Well I guess you don’t have to, but sh*t would get messy. So really, these are nothing like nachos. But they caught your attention, didn’t they? Please keep reading, I’m sorry I’m an asshole. This dish should definitely be considered your dessert for your party. You could also make some fudgy brownies, or fig fudge balls, or chocolate coconut bark to satisfy your big game day guests. They will never know it’s paleo. And if they don’t like them, you have sh*tty friends. It’s just fact.

So I’ve figured something out. I often think about the many traits a man must have for me to pay any attention to him. Obviously, Colorado men are lacking these traits since I haven’t noticed any yet…or is it they haven’t noticed me? Sh*t, I think I just burned myself. Anywho, I’ve figured out that among these many traits, one is vastly important. A man’s smell. I want the man I fall in love with to smell like Gain detergent. Plain and simple. I’m not even kidding. I’m exactly like the commercials. I just bought some today and sat by the washing machine just smelling the detergent before I poured it on in. That can’t be healthy. But really, I don’t care about cologne, I’m cool with the smell of sweat, but if a man walks by me and smells like clean laundry, my heart skips a beat. I can’t wait to meet my laundry smelling, crossfitting, food loving man. Jesus, I need to go on a date.

It’s going to snow tonight in Colorado. I’m sad. I was running in shorts and a tank top just the other day, proudly showing my pale legs to any unforgiving eye, and now I must cover up. Put on my fake Ugg boots because I sure as hell ain’t paying $200 to walk in puddles. And wear a couple sweaters that I’m just going to sweat through since I seem to sweat even when cold. Damn you Colorado. Damn you armpits. Damn you.

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Superbowl Snacks: Apple Pie Nachos

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Instructions

  1. Pull out a large skillet and place under medium heat.
  2. Add your coconut oil to the pan and let it get real hot.
  3. Now add your apples and walnuts to it. Use a spatula or spoon to move the apples and walnuts around to help cook on both sides and not burn. Cook for about 3-4 minutes.
  4. Now add your coconut milk, almond butter, honey and raisins and spoon everything around the help the flavors meld. Let cook for another 2-3 minutes.
  5. Now add your cinnamon, salt, and almond flour on top and mix thoroughly once more.
  6. Serve warm, with a fork.
  7. Enjoy!!

Notes

that was A LOT of tablespoons. sorry to overwhelm you.

PaleOMG SuperBowl Snacks: Apple Pie Nachos

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More Game Day Eats:

Bacon and Jalapeño Deviled Eggs

Smoky and Spicy Candied Cashews

Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Chunky Pineapple Guacamole with Grilled Sweet Potato Chips

Roasted Red Pepper Dip

Baby Pizza Bites

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.

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68 thoughts on “Superbowl Snacks: Apple Pie Nachos”

  1. Just to let you know, my brother is an amazing, handsome, food loving crossfitter, and we eat Paleo and both think you’re hilarious. Just sayin…if you ever want to come to Philadelphia for a date I think I could hook it up!

  2. Just wanted to say that you and your recipes are awesome! I’m a new crossfitter and looking to start eating semi-paleo, and I’m so happy I found your website! Thanks for the laughs and the yummy foods!

  3. Oh, and I spell my name just like you! I got really excited to know there’s another juli without an e out there somewhere!

  4. a list of comments…(since you love lists)
    1. those “nachos” look amazing. i wish i had apples right now, but maybe it’s a good thing that i don’t, because i would eat the whole thing before sunday. (coughTONIGHTcough)
    2. aren’t fake uggs called fuggs? 🙂 (i’m from texas. some people wear them unnecessarily)
    3. justin–glistening is hot.

    1. HA! smart men. gain would be insanely smart if they sponsored me. i would smell like heaven. and maybe get more dates that way. meaning A date.

  5. Your blogs = The Bees Knees. Seriously. So freeeaking hilarious/true! I think I may have met you once or twice up at UNC. I hungout with Kaitlin Sanders a lot and she loved to rant and rave about you. So maybe we never technically met, but we basically did thanks to Kaitlin’s stories, haha. Anywho, Tom talked me into trying out Crossfit a couple months ago at the one in Lakewood, and I L-O-V-E-D it. My only issue is the financial burden of this kick-ass sport. I am currently in nursing school, babysitting occasionally to make a little bit of skrilllllla, and the parental figures don’t think Crossfit is in the budget right now. Do you know of any places that offer student discounts? Or do like a 3 days/week package that I may be able to afford?

    1. I remember you Jessie!! CrossFit can definitely be a financial stressor. You should email me! Just check out your about me page and maybe we can find some place that would work for you!!

  6. Wowsers, that was bloody orgasmic!!!Can’t stop eating it. This is by far my fav treat, absolutely scummy, thank you Juli. Off to buy more apples!!!!

  7. When I think of what you would get if you ordered Taco Bell nachos and then compare it to this, I almost want to barf. These were freaking insane. In the most awesome way possible. Last Saturday I walked out of the farmer’s market, got to the car, and realized I was going to regret it if I didn’t buy apples. I went back and bought some (before I even knew of this recipe). I love myself. And you. And your amazing talent that requires me to have little to no patience to consume fantastical food.

      1. Since I just made these again, I’m going to give you another five stars. What gets another 5 stars are the new Mountain Hardwear spandex pants I’m wearing. I’m sure you would love them. The have a secret pocket on the right butt cheek so you could actually put crap in there. Thanks again for better-than-apple-pie yum.

  8. These are phenomenal!! Great flavor combo and super easy to make!! BTW, I like the tablespoon “overwhelm” because it makes for less stuff to have to clean up (or throw in the dishwasher).

  9. I have made these at least 3 times so far. Delish! and I even lessened the amount of honey to just a drizzle, and probably added more cinnamon. But great recipe!

  10. Incidentally, if you happen to be out of raisins and only have dried cranberries, the dried cranberries add a really nice flavor as well. Kind of a sweet-sour thing going on. Made a double batch and I still LOVE this recipe. Aren’t you tired of hearing from me on this recipe?!

  11. I’m like super late to the party, oh wells, I started dating my boyfriend because he smelled like Gain, for serious, we both worked in the same kitchen (I’m a pastry chef) and the first time I hugged him he smelled all fresh and clean and laundry like and I was hooked. These look uh-mazing and I’m uh-cited to try them! Just found your blog and love it, you’re fularious.

  12. I just stumbled onto this jewel of a website/blog and I have to say that I LOVE IT!!!! I just finished making the Apple Pie Nachos and I kind of ummm almost ate them all. Delicious. Can’t wait to try the Chocolate Coconut Bark!

  13. I just made these and omg they r so good!! I love your site! I’ve been making lots of your stuff the sweet potato brownies are so bomb!! And I hate brownies!!! U r awesome

  14. I have made these three times now & every time, I LOVE them!!!!! My two boys and my husband love them too! I multiply the recipe by 8 now, so that we actually have a chance to have leftovers!!! (Yep! We love it that much!) I substitute dried cranberries instead of raisins and it tastes AMAZING!!!! Thank you for this recipe!!!

  15. You are seriously testing my blood sugar issues with all your fab desserts. I live in Canada and it’s getting cold, I wanted something warm and sweet that would make me happy. I made this sans honey and cut back on the raisins – it was fantastic! I may try this with butter next time instead of coconut oil (sliced applies cooked for a few minutes in grass fed butter with some cinnamon is amazing too.)

  16. OMG! These are friggin’ awesome! I’m 10 weeks preggo with my fifth child and I was really craving something sweet. These are so delish and satisfying! I’ve been following your blog for a few months and I have yet to try a recipe of yours that I didn’t love! Definitely making these for my kiddos for breakfast tomorrow. Thanks Juli!

  17. It is stupid how good this is. And it is even stupid-er how good it is with a big ol’ scoop of vanilla ice cream.

  18. Would you judge me if I put this amazing concoction on chips? I’ve been craving the hell out of some pita chips, and this looks too good not to try!!

  19. Made these tonight and am in LOVE. Decided I will be making a triple batch as my contribution to the Thanksgiving feast this year… 😀

  20. you’re beautiful, hilarious, and cool as hell! (and your recipes are fantastic. I’m baking one currently.) very fortunate to have found this site. 🙂

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