Apples

Fall must be here.  I’m collecting recipes for fall baking, particularly things with apples.  Obviously, DH and I can’t eat all the stuff I’d like to bake, so I hope to share some of it with the coffee group that meets following exercise.

The cover of Southern Living features a fabulous Apple-Spice Cake with Caramel icing and pecans.  I bought a Bundt pan and a cake carrier just so I could try this recipe.

I have another magazine with fall baking that features sweet things made of pumpkin, or apple, or cherries, raspberries, cranberries or pears!  Clafoutis, slumps, grunts, cakes, quick breads, cookies….you name it and they have a recipe for it.  I want to make them all.

I love Fall!

2 thoughts on “Apples

  1. NH has been so dry this summer that the apple crop is very small (literally, small apples, and not as many as usual). Some of the PYO orchards aren’t allowing picking this year as they are just supplying markets with what they have.

    Enjoy your apple pies and other baking creations!

    • What a shame! I suppose the apples will still be available at the market, but it’s a lot of fun to go to the PYO orchards. I made the Apple Spice Bundt Cake with a cream cheese center, caramel icing and pecans. Our friends took pity on me and either ate it up, or took most of it home. We have one good-sized chunk left. It’s good, but a lot of work.

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