The easiest way to peel an apple without cutting off chunks!
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Growing up, one of your grandparents might have taught you how to peel an apple with a simple paring knife. While I’m sure your sweet grandma or wise grandpa was filled with a lot of other important and helpful life lessons, this is one that needs an update!
If you try to peel an apple with a kitchen knife or paring knife, you lose several chunks of the apple along with the rind. When it comes to making apple recipes like Apple Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze or Apple Oatmeal Cookies, you want to make sure that you peel the apples so that you’re not taking out large chunks.
One of my favorite kitchen hacks, especially in the fall season, is this one for How to Peel an Apple using a peeler. With this method, I don’t have to worry about cutting off large bits of the apple. I can just peel the rind off easily, quickly, and perfectly!
Use this baking hack for all of your fall apple recipes and make the season of sweets even more enjoyable! Here’s How to Peel an Apple!
To easily peel an apple, all you need is: some apples, a cutting board, and a swivel peeler. First, rinse the apples. Then, place an apple on the cutting board. Use the swivel peeler to easily peel the rind off of the entire apple. Repeat for as many apples as desired!
Apple Peeling Equipment
First, I’ll quickly run through my equipment and ingredient list for this classic baking hack. You won’t need much help here since you only need 2 tools and, of course, some apples that need peeling. Here’s what I use to easily peel apples:
How to Easily Peel an Apple
Now, let me break down my simple apple kitchen hack so that you can be on your way to making sensational fall comfort food at home! Here’s how to perfectly and easily peel an apple every time:
- First, gather and rinse the apples.
- Next, grab the cutting board and the peeler.
- Then, place an apple on the cutting board.
- Use the swivel peeler to easily peel the rind off of the entire apple.
- Repeat for as many apples as desired!
More Baking Hacks
Fall Apple Recipes
Loved this simple yet classic baking hack? Then stick around for more apple hacks, comfort food recipes, more kitchen hacks, and more equipment tips to help you keep up with whatever kitchen life throws at you!
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- Apple Oatmeal Cookies
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- Apple Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze
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