Organic Dried Apricots
$3.21 – $13.99 lb
- — Organic, Non-GMO
- — Kosher, Vegan
- — Unsulfured
- — Very low in Saturated Fat
- — Cholesterol & Sodium Free
- — Good source of Iron and Potassium
- — Very good source of Vitamin A
Dried Turkish apricots are one of the best healthy snacks you can find. They are perfect for you because they contain a high number of valuable nutrients. Organic Dried Apricots from Food To Live are grown and sun-dried by reliable farmers of and processed at a top-notch certified facility to ensure the highest quality of the product.
Apricots have been loved by people all over the planet for thousands of years. It’s a proven fact that our ancestors ate them as far back as the Neolithic era (5000 B.C.). As the tree can be cultivated in a variety of conditions, today you can find apricots growing in many countries. There are over 50 species of them that produce slightly different, but always delicious fruits.
Dried Apricots Benefits for Health and Beauty
Snacking on dried apricots is always a great choice as they are perfect for the body. These fruits do not only provide you with energy and essential vitamins and minerals, but they also enhance your natural beauty.
Antioxidants and retinol from dried apricots help keep your skin smooth and hydrated, which slows down the appearance of wrinkles and other signs of aging.
As our sun-dried apricots are packed with dietary fiber and potassium, they are perfect for the heart and digestive system. Eating them regularly helps you lower the level of ‘bad’ HDL cholesterol.
Like with all dry fruits, dried apricots calories can be easily integrated into a weight loss diet plan because of the high level of essential nutrients in this snack. A cup of dried apricots contains 4.4 grams of protein and only 0.66g of fat.
Dried Apricots: Nutrition Facts
The dried apricots iron content is one of the main reasons why everyone should eat this fruit. Vegans, athletes, women, and bodybuilders, would all benefit from this delicious treat as these people require extra iron as well as proteins.
Aside from being one of the most delicious anti-anemia foods, dried apricot fruits also contain lots of calcium and magnesium. It makes them a bone-strengthening product, which is another reason for vegans and vegetarians to love them.
How to Store and Enjoy Dried Apricots
There is no such thing as the best-dried apricots recipe because you can make dozens of delicious dishes with this ingredient. Dried apricots cake is sure to be the favorite of many, but these fruits also make a great addition to a sauce, tea, jam, and even tea. You can also mix them with other dried fruits and nuts to make a delicious and nutritious dried apricot paste.
You can dry the apricots on your own like you would any other fruit in an oven or dehydrator. However, it’s time-consuming (12+ hours) and needs lots of energy. Sun-dried Apricots from Food To Live are ready to eat right from the pack!
Buy dried Turkish apricots in bulk to enjoy them longer and store them in an airtight container in your fridge.
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- 200g (7 oz) dried арrісоtѕ
- 100g (3 1/2 oz) walnuts
- 100 g (3 1/2 oz) shredded coconut
- 1 tbsp of lemon zest
- 1 tbsp maple ѕуruр
- Place apricots in a food processor and pulse until they are finely chopped. (Alternatively, you can finely chop them with a sharp knife on a cutting board).
- Add walnuts, coconut, lemon zest, and maple syrup. Process until mixture is well combined and begins to form a ball.
- Shape into 1-inch balls and roll in flaked coconut. Refrigerate for at least 15 minutes before serving, or alternatively store in the freezer.
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