Top Rated Granny Smith Apple Recipes

This green juice, made of cucumbers, kiwis, Granny Smith apples, and pineapples, is made at Friedman's Lunch (in Chelsea Market) in New York City. 
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Hidden in this green juice recipe (because you can never have too many of those) is one of fall's best ingredients: a Granny Smith apple. It's just one of the energizing ingredients found in this juice, made by Marra St.Clair and Lori Kenyon-Farley, certified nutritional consultants and co-founders of USDA-certified organic Ritual Wellness Cleanse. St. Clair and Kenyon-Farley say to drink this green juice first thing in the morning, "as the lemon gets your metabolism started and the leafy greens provide essential vitamins and minerals to energize you for the day."
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vitamin shoppe appefit berry lemonade
The Vitamin Shoppe is excited to introduce AppeFIT™, an all-natural appetite and craving controller and the perfect addition to your morning smoothie.AppeFIT™ may help readers reduce the urge for an 11 AM hunger snack, providing a full feeling that lasts until lunch! Derived from an all-natural spinach extract known as Appethyl, the benefits of AppeFIT™ include:- 5-hour fullness that reduces hunger and cravings- Supports your willpower to maintain a healthy diet!Proven effective with a study conducted by Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Appethyl helps to slow fat digestion, in turn increasing the body's production of hormones that lead to a satisfied feeling.AppeFIT™ is debuting as part of the Vitamin Shoppe’s NEXT STEP® line of weight management products:- Available as of mid-April at VitaminShoppe.com and stores nationwide- Two flavors: Apple Punch and Mixed Berry- Retail: $29.99
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Gordon Ramsay’s Green Juice
Whether you’re doing a juice cleanse or just want a healthy breakfast drink, green juice can be a bit bitter on the palate —so why not add some flavor with sweet Asian pears and sweet-tart granny Smith apples? Check out Gordon Ramsay on FOX’s Hell’s Kitchen at (8:00 to 9:00 PM ET/PT).
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spiced cider
Spice up a classic holiday drink with this bourbon spiced cider. This Southern-style drink was crafted by Monica Wolf, bourbon connoisseur of the Kentucky Derby.Recipe courtesy of Monica Wolf, bourbon ambassador of the Kentucky Derby.
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Cider Lowball
National Bourbon Heritage Month is 100 percent legitimate holiday, and it’s been celebrated every September since 2007 when the U.S. Senate unanimously declared it the law of the land. The bill was sponsored by Sen. Jim Bunning (R-Ky), who certainly had good reason to promote his state’s most popular export. Since then, Americans have drunk more bourbon whisky than ever before. Over the past five years, bourbon’s popularity has grown by nearly 36 percent in case volume and 50 percent in revenue, according to the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States. In 2016, the bourbon industry sold 21,753,000 cases and reaped more than $3.1 billion.This recipe combines bourbon with the other flavor of fall: apples. A classic combination that just tastes like autumn. This variation was created by Kevin Felker, beverage director, Water Grill, Downtown Los Angeles.
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Need another beet juice recipe? This one, from Friedman's Lunch in New York City, uses beets, carrots, ginger, and Granny Smith apples. 
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Chicken and Granny Smith Apple Salad
What makes a good salad? When discussing this with my sister the other night, we decided that one aspect of a great salad was the consistency of the size and shape of the ingredients. For instance, if we were going to cube the apples, then we should also cube the chunks of chicken and cheese as well as dice the onion. The beauty of a salad like this (similar to the benefits of a chopped salad) is that you can get some of everything in each bite.  While I made this with mixed greens, I think it would also go fantastically over crisp Romaine lettuce chopped into small pieces.  Click here to see the 8 Ways to Use Apples Other Than Pie story. 
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Bass Tartare with Granny Smith Apples
This dish has the perfect balance of savory and tart. And best of all, it’s ready in just minutes. Be sure to use only the freshest fish for this recipe! Pair with a crisp, fruity white Bordeaux wine from Entre-Deux-Mers or Bordeaux appellations for a perfect evening. Click Here to See More Seafood Recipes
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Granny Smith Apple Soup with Cranberry Chutney (Serves 10) Granny smith Apples peeled and cored 16 White wine 24 ounces Sugar 8 ounces Cinnamon 1 Tablespoon Ginger root 3 large slices Sour cream 8 fluid ounces Heavy Cream 8 fluid ounces Fresh Lemon juice to taste Combine Apples, wine, sugar cinnamon and ginger. Bring to a boil and simmer until apples are tender. Remove ginger and puree in blender. Whisk in sour cream and heavy cream. Add apple juice to adjust desired consistency. Chill thoroughly. Adjust seasoning with lemon juice. Cranberry Chutney Fresh Cranberry 6 ounces Walnut pieces 4 ounces Sugar 2 tablespoons Orange juice 4 fluid ounces Combine sugar and orange juice and boil to melt sugar. Add cranberries and cook until split open. Remove from heat and cool to room temperature. Fold in walnuts.
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This is the perfect cocktail for a fall evening.
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This slaw is great to serve as a side dish for any party. The apples are the perfect flavor for the fall occasion. 
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