- An average Honeycrisp apple contains about 80 calories
- Rich in dietary fiber, specifically pectin which has been shown to reduce cholesterol and slow glucose metabolism in diabetics
- Contain Vitamins A and C, most of which is found in the skin.
Best Uses for Honeycrisp Apples: The unique combination of high juice content and crispy texture makes Honeycrisp a versatile apple with a lot of possibilities. Recently cider-makers have gotten excited about Honeycrisp. Despite their juiciness, the apple holds its form under heat and is a new favorite for making pies. Caramelized, they complement dishes made with cheese like grilled cheese sandwiches.
When To Look for Honeycrisp Apples: Honeycrisps ripen in late-September to mid-October, and are usually available through December.
How to Store Honeycrisp Apples: Like all apples, Honeycrisps should be stored in your refrigerator. Be wary, as these apples bruise particularly easy.
Medium Basket 2-2.5lbs Approx 5-7 pieces depending on size and variety
Case 18lbs Approx 44-48 pieces depending on size and variety
*Keep refrigerated to last up to 2-3 weeks.