Roasted Apple Maple Waffle Flatbread with Danimals Vanilla Yogurt

Roasted Apple Maple Waffle Flatbread with Danimals Vanilla Yogurt

The inspiration

  • Roasted apples

    • Apples, fresh, whole, 125 to 138 count16.75 pounds
    • Sugar, white1 cup
    • Cinnamon, ground2 tablespoon
    • Maple Waffle Flatbread or French Toast sticks50 (1 oz grain) servings
    • Danimals Vanilla Yogurt, 4 ounce50 each
    • Raisins, seedless4 pounds

The Technique

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Slices apples into wedges, leaving skin on.

3. Combine sugar and cinnamon in a bowl, mix well.

4. Sprinkle seasoning over apples and toss well to coat apples.

5. Line sheet pan with parchment paper and place apples on sheet pan in a single layer.

6. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes to an internal temperature of 140 degrees or higher.

7. CCP: Hold for hot service at 135° F or higher

8. Warm flatbreads in warmer.

9. In a grab and go box add 1 maple flatbread, 1 Danimals Vanilla Yogurt, ½ cup roasted apples and ¼ cup raisins.

10. Allow students to assemble by topping flatbread with a layer of Danimals Vanilla yogurt and roasted apples.

Recipe notes:

  • To prevent apples from browning after being cut: dissolve ¼ teaspoon of salt into 1 gallon of water. Place apples in water immediately after being cut and let sit for at least 2 minutes and up to 30 minutes. Remove apples from water. Keep cold, below 41 degrees, until ready to use. This will prevent apples from browning for up to 3 days.
  • Replace roasted apples with raw apples coated with cinnamon and sugar mix. Follow above directions to prevent browning.
  • French toast sticks can be substituted for maple waffle flatbread.
  • If offer vs. serve is not used, complete the meal by adding a Horizon Organic Low fat UHT Milk.

Nutrients Per Serving:
Nutrient %DV Nutrient %DV Nutrient %DV
Calories35717%Total Fat (g)4g5%Dietary Fiber4g14%
Protein (g)8g16%Saturated Fat (g)2g10%Sodium (mg)186mg8%
Carbohydrate (g)74g26%Cholesterol (mg)4mg1%Sugar (g)37g


50 Servings
1 serving is 1 oz grain equivalent, 1 oz meat/meat alternate, 1 cup fruit
Meal: Breakfast