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DIY Apple Cider Bites

Hey DIYers! Are you obsessed with apples but don't like drinking them? Aka apple cider? That's me. Today's DIY is DIY Apple Cider Bites, which are apple slices that taste like apple cider. You suck on them and get all the juice (apple cider?) out, and then eat them! Yum, right? The best part about this DIY is it's incredibly easy! Let's get started!

You will need:
- Apple
- Knife
- Microwave

Steps:
1. Slice thin slices of an apple of your choice (my favorite is honeycrisp apples!) with a knife. Be careful that you don't cut yourself!
2. Evenly place the apple slices on a plate.
3. Microwave the apple slices for 20 seconds or until you hear them sizzling.
4. Let the apples cool for a few minutes.

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You're done! Just pop the apple slices in your mouth, and suck on them. Yuuummm! They kind of remind me of lollipops. But healthy lollipops. ;) Anyways, I hope you enjoyed this DIY tutorial for DIY Apple Cider Bites! Stay tuned for more DIYs coming soon! -Madi from DIY With Madi

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