Introduction: Graham Cracker Apple Sauce Treat

When I was much younger, my mom used to make this delicious snack for us on hot summer days in little bowls.  It is a delicious snack that anybody can enjoy and it requires little hard work!

If you are preparing this for a young child, it only requires half of a graham cracker, and some apple sauce and a little bit of cinnamon.  The taste of this treat is somewhat like apple pie, but it has its own unique flavor as well and it serves as a great mini dessert, snack, picnic food, or appetizer!

I was inspired to make this instructable because....

- It brings back memories of when I was little
- I wanted to prepare my friend and I a snack
- I only had to buy apple sauce!

You should make this because....

- It takes a few minutes to make
- It requires no cooking or any appliances
- It is delicious!

 You will need....

- Cinnamon
- Apple Sauce
- A graham cracker
- A mini bowl
- A spoon

To assemble the snack, you basically have to pour apple sauce into the bowl until it is about 3/4 of the way full.  Sprinkle some cinnamon over the apple sauce and mix it thoroughly.  Now break the graham craker in half and then in half again.  You can put all four pieces in the bowl, but it is really only necessary to have two.

Well, I hope you enjoy making yourself a delicious Graham Cracker Apple Sauce Treat!

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grannyjones (author)2016-01-31

I spread applesauce on toasted raisin bread, but your idea is quicker.

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karonshaye. (author)2015-04-18

A healthy treat also......never considered graham crackers with applesauce. Really good.

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piperskeeper (author)2013-08-15

I love this idea. So often really simple things make all the difference :)

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Penolopy Bulnick (author)2012-08-07

Interesting. It sounds really tasty and simple :)

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Thank you! It really is!

-Doctordv

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