Wednesday, September 28, 2016

When Fall hands you apples...


When September and October roll around, what activities do you look forward to most?  
Firepits?  Haunted houses?  Hay rides?  
Apple picking is for sure on my list (along with those others too!). 




So, I eat an apple just about everyday for lunch, cut into wedges because I hate biting into an apple.  The result of having braces I guess.  For an extra treat, sometimes I'll dip the slices in peanut butter or cookie butter (so good!)  

Like most, I have my favorite type.  Honey Crisp are my all time favorite.  They are the huge apples in the grocery store that are so big they can be an entire meal!  These that we picked at the orchard were not as big, but were just as tasty!  There is something special about an apple picked right from the the tree in the Fall! 

We filled the basket full and left with a ton of apples.  Almost too many.  Luckily, they are easy to bake/cook with!  And it makes your house smell amazing!  Here are a few of my favorite things do with apples.

1.  Saute in a little butter, brown sugar and cinnamon.  So yummy over pork chops, chicken and as a topping on ice cream.

2.  Bake as an easy rustic pie with homemade caramel sauce.  I make this a few times every year!!  It's so good.

  3.  Dice and add them to your morning oatmeal or pancakes.  

So this year when Fall hands you apples, what are you going to make?    






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5 comments:

  1. love that plaid print! I went a picked honey crisp apples not too long ago
    -Kate
    katekoutures.blogspot.com

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  2. Love this look, I love apple picking and can not wait to go this year!

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    1. Christian, thanks! I know!! It's such a fun Fall activity.

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  3. I'm so excited to go apple picking one weekend soon! I actually don't really like apples unless they're baked or covered in caramel, but I'd love to get into the habit of having them plain too.

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