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10 Healthy Cold-weather Snacks

Baked Apples

What could be better on a frigid day that hot apple pie? It sounds decadent, but the problem with apple pie is not the apples, but the crust and other sugary additives. Try slicing a few apples on a cookie sheet and heating them at approximately 300 degrees Fahrenheit (about 149 degrees Celsius) until they're slightly browned [source: List My Five]. Add them to a bowl of low-fat yogurt and some walnuts, and you've got a taste of nature's natural dessert. If you want to come home to the smell of hot apples, de-core a half-dozen apples and put them in a crock pot for a few hours [source: Skinny Chef]. It doesn't take an experienced cook to make this hot and simple snack.