Honeycrisp Apple

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Honeycrisp Apples

What are Honeycrisp apples like?

The Honeycrisp apple is a gourmet apple with a complex, sweet tart flavor. If you love that “C-ch” sound when you bite into a fresh apple, this one is for you! The Honeycrisp’s flesh is very crispy-crunchy and very juicy.

Honeycrisp apples are perfect for eating fresh, salads, applesauce, cider, baking, and pies.

Are Honeycrisp apples good for storage?

They’re so-so for storage. Although some people rave about Honeycrisp apples for storage, it’s been our experience that it the later-ripening apples are better for long-term storage.

All About Our IPM Apples

These apples are grown by a family that we’ve worked with for several years now, and we’ve never been disappointed with the quality of their fruit. As is the case with most of our other ‘conventional’ fruits, these apples are grown using a method of farming known as Integrated Pest Management, which makes it possible to spray minimally.

When to Order What 

In general, the earlier apples are best for fresh eating and applesauce, while the later varieties make better winter storage apples. And of course, the cooler late fall weather helps the late apples to keep better too. Here’s a helpful apple chart that shows all the varieties we typically offer and the best uses for each. Our apples are usually available from September through December or January.

Putting Apples By

Surely, every family has their own favorite way to use apples. Here are a few ideas to help make yours last as long as possible.
  • Canned or frozen applesauce
  • Frozen apple slices – great for pies, sauce, cakes, smoothies, and crisps. Cortland apples work well for freezing because they tend not to turn brown.
  • Canned or frozen apple pie filling
Here’s a handy apple chart that shows which apples are best for what purpose.

 

One Response to Honeycrisp Apples

  • Teresa Boring says:

    I would like to get some prices on the honey crisp and mutsu apples for next year or whenever you have them.

    Thanks
    Teresa