Normally, I would feed it to the chickens. That's one of the primary benefits of having some food animal, none of you food is wasted. You can easily convert those scraps into a few dozen eggs and a roasted chicken. Goats will eat them, and give you meat in return, and milk. Both could be raised on a very small residential lot, are cheap to purchase, and in most places are perfectly fine to raise without legal concerns (unless you have to worry about a HOA agreement).
Remember, apple seeds, like peach pits contain a small amount of arsenic. The amount in an apple is so small, it's negligible, and safe if you eat a few every now and then. But if you're cooking down a lot of them, I'd remove the seeds first.