Slice-A-Roo Giveaway and Brown Sugar & Cinnamon Apples Recipe #slicearoo #recipe #giveaway
Slice-A-Roo Giveaway and Brown Sugar & Cinnamon Apples Recipe
The Slice-A-Roo can shred, slice or curl your favorite type of potato, fruits or vegetables. It comes in three different colors; white, red and green, with integrated storage for the 3 different types of blades that will allow you to freshly slice salad that everyone in your family will love. My youngest daughter is gluten free and you’d be surprised how difficult it is to find a bag of gluten free frozen fries. The Slice-A-Roo has been perfect for making our own fries!
This could definitely a handy kitchen gadget for any type of party or get-together. I’ve heard that people always taste with their eyes first and what an easy way to make fruits and vegetables more appealing to even the pickiest of eaters! Clean up is easy even though Slice-A-Roo is not dishwasher safe and has to be hand washed. You all know I am not a big fan of stuff that can’t go in the dishwasher, but this is different. The Slice-A-Roo CAN be submersed and soaked, meaning I can get it as clean!
I cannot think of an easier way to slice apples to make an amazing apple crumble or to slice fruits or vegetables to dehydrate for a healthy snack for loved ones. To use the #SliceARoo just gently press it on the counter top. The suction cups that are located under each foot will grip the surface, preventing it from slipping while in use. Choose one of the three blades (curler, shredder, slicer) and insert it into the slot. Place the fruit or veggie of your choice into the open area between the hand crank and the blade and slide the crank until it butts up against the other side. Then, simply turn the handle and in seconds your food will spill out of the blade however you chose to cut it.
I made Quick and Easy Brown Sugar & Cinnamon Apples. Thou the Slice-A-Roo does core the apples on it’s own I am a creature of habit and cored most of the apples first.
2 or 3 apples
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoons brown sugar
Oven at 400 cook for 20 minutes
Slice-A-Roo the apples
Place the sliced apples in small slices of tinfoil
Sprinkle each with 1 tbsp brown sugar and 1 tsp cinnamon
Wrap tinfoil around the apples. Some times I leave the tops open other times I close them, but either way they taste good.
Bake at 400 cook for 20 minutes.
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