History of National Apple Month
In 1904, the U.S. Apple Association established National Apple Week, which was later expanded to the entire month of October. It began as a way to enhance customer awareness and usage of apples and apple products, boost apple sales, and honor those involved in getting fresh apples from the farm to our kitchen tables.
If youíre wondering how to get into the apple spirit, then you may want to sample some of our apple-flavored treats at Hawaiian Shaved Ice!
DUTCH APPLE PIE SNOW CONE RECIPE
The taste of a freshly baked, homemade apple pie is simply irresistible when done right, and our special spin on the classic dessert is no exception!
- Snow Cone or Shaved Ice Machine
- 12 oz. cup or bowl
- spoon or spoon-straw
- 12 oz. of shaved ice
- 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream
- 4 oz. of Granny Smith Apple Flavored Syrup
- 1 oz. of Hot Cinnamon Flavored Syrup
- 2 oz. of Evaporated Milk
- Step 1: Scoop one dip of vanilla ice cream into the bottom of a cup or bowl.
- Step 2: Shave ice onto the ice cream and flavor with the Granny Smith Apple and Hot Cinnamon syrups.
- Step 3: Drizzle with evaporated milk.
- Step 4: Serve and enjoy!
If youíre looking for an even simpler way to share your appreciation for apples with your friends and family, then we highly recommend whipping up some shaved ice, and mixing in our Green Apple Shaved Ice and Snow Cone Syrup. It has the perfect balance of sweetness and tartness, and tastes just like a true, crispy, green apple, freshly picked off the tree. This flavor is sure to be an instant hit amongst kids and adults.
Do you have any creative ideas or refreshing recipes to celebrate National Apple Month? Please feel free to share them with us on social media or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We canít wait to hear from you!
Stop by again at Hawaiian Shaved Ice for more holiday ideas and another cup of flavorful fun.