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  • Apples stuffed with gorp make a brown-bag lunch something special

      Apples stuffed with gorp make a brown-bag lunch something special
    Associated Press

  • Apples stuffed with gorp make a brown-bag lunch something special

      Apples stuffed with gorp make a brown-bag lunch something special
    Associated Press

 

cup gorp

cup peanut butter, almond butter or soy nut butter

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2 large tart apples, such as Granny Smith or Pink Lady

Lemon juice

Place the gorp in a food processor and pulse for 3-5 seconds, or until lightly chopped. Transfer to a small bowl and mix in the peanut butter. Set aside.

To make the apple bowls, carefully slice each apple in half down the center. Use a melon baller to hollow out each of the 4 apple halves, leaving about inch of apple flesh to form the bowls. Brush the apples with lemon juice to prevent browning.

Spoon a quarter of the peanut butter mixture into each apple half. Serve immediately or wrap to pack for lunch. To wrap, press 2 of the apple halves together, then wrap in plastic.

Serves two.

Nutrition values per serving: 490 calories, 28 g fat (8 g saturated), 55 g carbohydrates, 9 g fiber, 13 g protein, 0 cholesterol, 170 mg sodium.

Elizabeth Karmel for The Associated Press

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