SnowSweet’s flavor, as its name suggests, is mostly sweet, with a slight tartness. Typically oblate in shape, it is a medium to large apple with a golden-red blush over a green-yellow skin. Its crisp white flesh is fine-grained and slow to brown, making it a good choice in salads. It is also good for fresh eating and applesauce.
Discovered: 2006, Minnesota
Parentage: Sharon x Connell Red
Harvest: Late Season
Developed for cold hardiness at the University of Minnesota, SnowSweet was introduced commercially in 2006. It is a cross between Sharon and Connell Red. Like most late-season apples, it keeps well in storage if kept cold in crisper drawer of refrigerator.