Organic Honeycrisp Apples

Indeed, Honeycrisps are more expensive than other varieties because of high demand and they’re a little tricky to grow, but the delectable eating experience is worth it for those with a passion for texture and flavor. Sure, you can bake and cook with Honeycrisps, though why would you when they’re so darn good for eating out of hand.

Be gentle! Honeycrisp Apples can bruise easily, and bruises cause brown areas of flesh inside. They’re not rocks – they’re a fruit damageable cells. Treat them with care and ask the check-out clerk to do the same.

Honeycrisp Apple Tips

  • Select Apples that feel heavy for their size and are free from wrinkled skin, obvious punctures or large flat bruised areas.
  • Honeycrisp don’t need to have all red skin to be delicious, some green very normal depending on the growing conditions. But if apple is completely green, they’ll likely be more tart.
  • For the best shelf-life and texture, keep Apples in the dry-fruit drawer of your refrigerator until the day you’re ready to eat them.  Room temperature lessens the crispness and texture.
  • Be gentle! Honeycrisp Apples can bruise easily, and bruises cause brown areas of flesh inside. They’re not rocks – they’re a fruit damageable cells. Treat them with care and ask the check-out clerk to do the same.