Sweet with a hint of tartness, Lady Alice apples feature a dense, crunchy texture. Discovered in Washington State as a chance seedling, these heirloom-like apples possess a distinct pinkish-red stripe over a creamy, yellow background.
The Lady Alice is an excellent, all-purpose apple. It’s slow to brown after cutting, which makes it ideal for eating fresh, cut into salads or on fruit trays.
Its distinctively sturdy flesh helps this apple retain its texture when heated at high temperatures, making it the right choice for baking, too. Try them cored and baked with butter, cinnamon, brown sugar and ground nuts. Or make this incredibly simple recipe for Crescent Cheddar Apple Pie!
Find the Lady Alice in Roche Bros. produce department.