Tag: apples

Apple Pie Dip

Apple Pie Dip sits in well as an appetizer or dessert and is so much simpler than baking a whole pie!

Disclosure: Thank you to the #FreshTastyValentines sponsors for providing the giveaway prizes free of charge. These companies also provided the participating bloggers with samples and products to use for #FreshTastyValentines recipe development; no additional compensation was given. (In this post in particular, I am using apples I received from Envy Apple in the recipe.) All …

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Deconstructed Ginger Apple Pie

Turn your pie on its head with a Deconstructed Ginger Apple Pie. It'll knock your socks off!

Disclosure: I want to thank Gourmet Garden–my new client–for giving me a chance to develop this recipe for them! They compensated me for this post. All opinions remain my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help make this blog possible!

For the longest time, I was pie-phobic. While I had dreams of being …

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Individual Bacon and Apple Monkey Breads

Individual Bacon and Apple Monkey Breads will make everyone at the breakfast table happy!

Disclosure: I was compensated for this post by Jones Dairy Farm. All opinions remain my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that rock my world!

Did you know that September is National Breakfast Month?

I’ve teamed up with my friends over at Jones Dairy Farm to bring you a couple new ways to start …

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Cranberry Apple Crisp

Cranberry Apple Crisp

Thanksgiving is nearly here and I haven’t even begun to plan. Luckily, we’ll be feasting at my sister-in-law’s house–my contribution is just a small part of the whole shebang–but I still feel like such a slug for not at least having an idea of what I’ll be presenting on Thanksgiving day. I really should be …

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Fresh Apple Cake for My 3rd Blogiversary!

Fresh Apple Cake

Can you believe it? 3 years ago today I felt compelled to put myself out into the universe through this blog and here I am today, transformed by the experience. What an amazing journey this has taken me on!

As the story goes, when I started this blog, it was at the beginning of …

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Dutch Apple Crumble for Support for Sandy

Dutch Apple Crumble

It’s easy to take for granted the comforts of home. Running water. Toilets that flush. Refrigerators to keep our food fresh. Ovens in which too cook said food. Right now, however, not only are some going without these basic niceties we don’t even notice, we’re just so used to having them, but many more …

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Slow Cooker Applesauce

slow cooker applesauce

I recently hit the Gala apple jackpot. One of my co-workers–the same one with the peach abundance–happens to also have quite a few apple trees on his property. He has already donated many boxes of fruit to help those who are less fortunate; what he brings into the office is just a small portion of the windfall. …

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Amaretto Apple Crisp for Food Network’s Virtual Thanksgiving Communal Table

amaretto apple crisp

Holidays are all about coming together with friends and family to celebrate each other. Old and new, close and distant, it’s a chance for all of us to step back from the daily hustle and bustle and focus on the people who matter most to us.

Food Network is giving us the chance to …

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Apple Buttermilk Muffins with Coconut Crumble

apple buttermilk muffins

After being away from the house most of the week, my routine interrupted, my refrigerator having special needs, it’s not easy getting back into the baking routine. I picked up a chest cold along the way and feel like, at any moment, one of my lungs may come up with these coughing fits. But it’s …

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Waldorf Salad

Waldorf Salad

Waldorf Salad. It sounds like something you’d find at a pricey hotel, like, I don’t know, the Waldorf-Astoria in NYC. That’s because it is from a pricey hotel, like the Waldorf-Astoria–or was, at least, created there. But not by a highly-acclaimed chef. No, it is the Waldorf Hotel’s maître d’, Oscar Tschirky, who is credited …

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