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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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fall apple baking

posted at 10/11/2010 10:30 PM EDT
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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 place for these main ingredients!! I recently found a recipe for apple crisp that called for an 8x8 pan. Well I got the ingredients together and realized it was way too much for an 8x8, so I made it in a 10x13. I added a few more apples as well, sprinkling some extra cinnamon & sugar on top of them because I feel apples can never have enough cinnamon! The topping called for 2 & 1/2 sticks butter. I put in 1 3/4 and it still worked out fine! If there is any way that I can cut back on the fat, I do, but I do not want to give up on the good butter taste in baking!! This apple crisp turned out great & I will definitely attempt it again, though I do not know if I could recreate it exactly the same!!

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posted at 10/12/2010 6:56 AM EDT
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I drove to an apple orchard in virginia and purchased a box of Mutsu Apples at a very good price. Mutsu is enjoyed as a dessert apple, baking apple including apple sauce or cider apple.
What is apple of choice?

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posted at 10/12/2010 7:08 AM EDT
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I was attempting to ask " What  variety of Apple do you prefer?'

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/12/2010 7:42 AM EDT
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Autumn is my favorite time of year! I bake a 3 layer apple cake called Sugar and Spice.  It is delicious and my family looks forward to it every year!! Laughing

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/12/2010 7:44 AM EDT
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This time of year the honeycrisp apples are available and they are wonderful :)  Sweet, crisp and juicy.  A definite treat for everyone

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/12/2010 8:52 AM EDT
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Please Renee -- could I have your recipe for the apple cake?  I need something special for the soon-to-come church dinner.  Thanks

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posted at 10/12/2010 11:35 AM EDT
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Where in Virginia Maxine? I m oved here to Danville end of Feb to be near daughter and grandchildren and would love to find orchids close by. Fresh baked apple pie in the oven, oh my my what a lovely aroma. Brings back memories from my childhood. Mom was a fantastic cook, baker. Your apple crisp sounds delicious Alexandria.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/12/2010 7:39 PM EDT
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I have a wonderful apple cake recipe Nancy G that is easy to make and I use Gala apples.  If you would like it, I will post it!

Alexandria Z...would you please share your apple crisp recipe?

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/14/2010 3:42 PM EDT
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What kind of apple pie crust do you use? My grandmother tried graham cracker crust but it wasn't popular.

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posted at 10/14/2010 4:18 PM EDT
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Please Susan - post your apple cake recipe.  TIA

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posted at 10/14/2010 8:11 PM EDT
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I drove to Canna, Va.

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posted at 10/15/2010 11:08 AM EDT
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Great if folks can post their apple pie recipes - I am in the market for an upgrade. Sealed

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/15/2010 12:58 PM EDT
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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 place for these main ingredients!! I recently found a recipe for apple crisp that called for an 8x8 pan. Well I got the ingredients together and realized it was way too much for an 8x8, so I made it in a 10x13. I added a few more apples as well, sprinkling some extra cinnamon & sugar on top of them because I feel apples can never have enough cinnamon! The topping called for 2 & 1/2 sticks butter. I put in 1 3/4 and it still worked out fine! If there is any way that I can cut back on the fat, I do, but I do not want to give up on the good butter taste in baking!! This apple crisp turned out great & I will definitely attempt it again, though I do not know if I could recreate it exactly the same!!
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I wish there was an apple orchard close by ... the apples in the store are just not the same!

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posted at 10/15/2010 7:12 PM EDT
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Thanks Maxine. Now to look it up, weather is cooler tonight. Feels good. Should have got some apples and made a pie. lol

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/15/2010 8:02 PM EDT
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Hi Nancy!

Sorry I didn't get this recipe posted sooner, but I am suffering with a bad cold...Yuk!!  Here is the recipe and I think you will really like it, it's a fav in our house! I use Gala apples!

APPLE CAKE

CREAM TOGETHER - 1 3/4 CUPS SUGAR, 3 EGGS, 1 CUP WESSON OIL.  SIFT TOGETHER - 2 CUPS FLOUR, 1 TEASPOON BAKING SODA,
1 TEASPOON SALT, 1 TEASPOON CINNAMON.  SLOWLY MIX IN WITH THE FIRST MIXTURE, THEN ADD 2 CUPS CHOPPED APPLES,
1 TEASPOON VANILLA AND 1 CUP CHOPPED NUTS (OPTIONAL).  UN-GREASED 9 X 13 PAN AND BAKE AT 350* FOR ABOUT 45 MIN.

ICING

1 PKG. INSTANT VANILLA PUDDING
1 PKG. DREAM WHIP
1 1/4 CUPS COLD MILK

BEAT AND SPREAD ON COOLED CAKE

Enjoy!! Wink

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/18/2010 10:55 PM EDT
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I posted on here last week but apparently my post wasn't added!  :-(
Did more apple baking today. Made Apple Stuffing, then Cranberry Relish (yes, even that takes an apple!), and an Impossible French Apple Pie. Don't know how that will come out cause this is my first attempt at it. Sounded appealing because there is NO crust with it!! I'll let you know how it turns out.....if they add my post, that is!

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/23/2010 6:00 PM EDT
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Sharon T did you obtain your apples ?

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/23/2010 7:08 PM EDT
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Hey Susan -- thank you for that recipe!  I'll be making it soon.... will let you know how I did.

Re: fall apple baking

posted at 10/23/2010 9:08 PM EDT
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Susan:  Thank you for the recipe.  Sounds delicious!

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posted at 10/24/2010 3:42 PM EDT
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Alexandria Z ;
GRAN A  here;
I d o as you , use 
LOCAL & in  in SEASON ) produce as much as possible.Your apple crisp sounds really good.To cut back on fats I use applesauce  for a part of fats called for incookie & cake recipes...It won't work for pie crusts or applecrisp but I use that" trick" whereI think it will work. I make my cheesecake on a layer o plain or chocolate grsaham crackers in a 9"x13" or 8"x8" pan  (break to f)t I make yogurt cheese from nonfat plain yogurt.
SUGGESTION: I keep a  piece of note paper onmytable as I"create" a newrecipe..I writedown each substitution as I getto it;  after it'sdonecooking & been tastetested,I ratetherecipe& make changes to therecipefor thenext time.It sometimestakes a longtimetoperfect. buteventually I get it to wheeI want it( TASTE & REDUCED FAT CONTENT; I learnedto do this after (like upu)I forgot the precise ( qty) of  ingredientsI used in successful attempts at reducing fats & sugar in our fave foods.GOOD LUCK   & KEEP TRYING;  you wil be able to reach your goal of less  fat in your diet. 
fast or dessert, I can find a great place for these main ingredients!! I recently found a recipe for apple crisp that called for an 8x8 pan. Well I got the ingredients together and realized it was way too much for an 8x8, so I made it in a 10x13. I added a few more apples as well, sprinkling some extra cinnamon & sugar on top of them because I feel apples can never have enough cinnamon! The topping called for 2 & 1/2 sticks butter. I put in 1 3/4 and it still worked out fine! If there is any way that I can cut back on the fat, I do, but I do not want to give up on the good butter taste in baking!! This apple crisp turned out great & I will definitely attempt it again, though I do not know if I could recreate it exactly the same!!
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