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Arkansas Black Apples for Delivery or Pickup

The Instacart guide to Arkansas Black apple products

Arkansas Black Apple Near Me

Buy your favorite Arkansas Black Apple online with Instacart. Order Arkansas Black Apple from local and national retailers near you and enjoy on-demand, contactless delivery or pickup within 2 hours.

FAQs about Arkansas Black apples

The Arkansas Black apple was grown to be put into storage for about three to four months. You can also keep them in the refrigerator to let them soften and mature once you bring them home. However, when kept in storage beyond four months, the apples tend to dry out and start to wrinkle.

Most people see the Arkansas Black apple as an ingredient for cooking or baking, as it can give hints of vanilla or cinnamon. This apple also a popular choice for a cider apple, because of its delicious tanginess. The apple holds its shape well when baked, making it great for pies. Meanwhile, others suggest using the Arkansas Black in sauces, jams, jellies, or soups. Fans of the apple say it also responds well to sauteing or roasting, depending on the recipe. Chefs even serve the Arkansas Black apple as an accompaniment to meat dishes.

Some of the more interesting recipes featuring this apple include Arkansas Black apple pie with caramel sauce; fried Arkansas Black apples; Arkansas Black apple pudding cake; Arkansas Black apple butter; and white sweet potato and Arkansas Black apple soup. 

Arkansas black apples are no longer just a part of Arkansas agriculture. They are still grown there, of course, but orchards have sprung up in the Ozarks in Missouri, as well as other apple-growing hotbeds such as those in California, Washington, and Ohio.