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I love fall, first I start out with apple recipes with fresh orchard apples & local cranberry bog cranberries, then slowly move onto yummy pumpkin recipes. Breakfast or dessert, I can find a great
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Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/24/2010 5:37 PM EDT
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I baked sliced baked apples in the oven today. You do not need a crust.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/24/2010 6:20 PM EDT
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I just made an apple cake today.  i got a bucket (5 gal) of Winesaps from my neighbor across the road.  Her tree outdid itself this year. She doesn't spray so that's all the better.  I traded winter pears for her apples as my pear tree has way more than I can use.  i made a pear crisp last week.  I will be making pear bread, muffins and cake in the next few weeks.  Those pears keep well.

Renee's triple layer apple cake sounds like something I'd like to try.

Judy O

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/27/2010 4:46 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: fall apple baking:
I baked sliced baked apples in the oven today. You do not need a crust.
Posted by Maxine M


Yum! Sounds delicious, Maxine!!! How do you bake them? Do you have a special recipe you could share here with us all? We love homemade apple pie and your sliced baked apples sound like they might be pie without the crust.
Last week, I tried a new pie recipe I found that didn't take a crust. It was called Impossible French Apple Pie. It was "okay" but not a keeper.....my family and I agreed on this one......good old apple pie with the crust is still the best!!!
And please post your baked apple recipe here.....can't wait to try it out!!!

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/27/2010 6:07 PM EDT
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The apple cake sounds yummy.  Thanks for posting the recipe.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/27/2010 6:15 PM EDT
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Fried apples!!
I haven't thought of fried apples for years.  They were a substantial part of autumn eating.
Just slice into a skillet with lots of butter.  Stir in a BIG amount of plain, white sugar.
Cook until the sugar starts to carmalize - not long at all.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/27/2010 8:26 PM EDT
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<<I was attempting to ask " What  variety of Apple do you prefer?'>>

I prefer to use an assortment of apples. Depends on what is looking and sounding good at the time.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/29/2010 5:57 AM EDT
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Baked  apple sices in the Oven not Fried on the Stove top.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/29/2010 5:57 AM EDT
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Baked  apple sices in the Oven not Fried on the Stove top.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/29/2010 7:36 AM EDT
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Alexandria,
I enjoyed your creativity and will try an apple crisp that I got from this website. I love apple recipes and may post my apple pie recipe when I am not pressed for time.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/29/2010 8:05 AM EDT
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Looking around this morning I found this large selection of apple recipes on Sunset

www.sunset.com/food-wine/kitchen-assistant/easy-delicious-apple-recipes-00418000069192/" target="_blank">http://www.sunset.com/food-wine/kitchen-assistant/easy-delicious-apple-recipes-00418000069192/

I've never used a Sunset recipe I didn't like ... the whole magazine is wonderful

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/29/2010 2:34 PM EDT
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I love to just slice raw apples and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.  If I get really ambitious I drizzle fat free caramel over apple slices and have a caramel apple.  Like a taffy apple minus load of calories.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/29/2010 9:49 PM EDT
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Great if folks can post their apple pie recipes - I am in the market for an upgrade. 
Posted by Brett A


Hi Brett, I follow the recipe on the back of minute tapioca for all my fruit pies with excellent results.The filling is never runny.You can always add a handful of raisins and walnuts to make it more "GOURMET".I just made two apple pies yesterday and there isn't much left,only three of us in the house.LOL

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 11/2/2010 9:08 AM EDT
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I made an awesome appple crisp with caramels, 8 cups of apples.  It was so good and I got lots of compliments.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 11/8/2010 5:23 AM EST
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I now live in Georgia, but am originally from Michigan.  I always order Northern Spy apples from Blakes orchard.  I like to make my yearly Apple Pie using these apples.  They are wonderful and I love to eat them besides baking with them.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 11/18/2010 1:21 PM EST
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Our supply of fall apples is nearly gone. I have two left in the frig, along with a bag of fresh cranberries, to make another batch of cranberry relish next week. Freezer is stocked with apple sauce for winter and a few Ziploc bags of apple slices for my pies throughout the winter. Last night for supper, I made some apple stuffing to go along with the turkey roast and peas.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 11/18/2010 1:35 PM EST
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Thanks for the apple cake recipe.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 11/18/2010 3:33 PM EST
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Applcan be used in many wayses

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 11/18/2010 4:30 PM EST
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With three apple trees in our yard I made a lot of dried apples this year.  Also made applesauce and apple butter and of course baked apples with lots of cinnamon.  Since we have three different kinds of apples I usually just mix them all together for baking apple pies.  Nothing better than a fresh apple.  Now if I could get somebody else to do the peeling and slicing for me........... LOL.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 11/18/2010 5:34 PM EST
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We have an apple tree in our yard.  Around late August or early September we start to harvest the crop.  They are Golden Delicious apples.  I use most for apple Crisp and applesauce.  Both can be easily frozen.  I used to make apple pie filling, but it tended to get watery.  I make the apple crisp in foil 8x8 pans, and after baking I wrap the whole thing in heavy foil.  The apple crisp lasts a long time in the freezer...just heat it up!!







Re: fall apple baking

posted at 11/18/2010 5:53 PM EST
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Thank you Susan K for the recipe.  YUMMM
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