Oh yes, the onset of Fall, all the marvelous smells in the kitchens start. From soups, stews, chili. It's the start of the season, this is the one I make traditionally make first.
Always get me set for the cooler months ahead.
Try this easy one pan stew today for dinner... comfort food at it's finest! CLICK HERE
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1 puff package of puff pastry ( found in the frozen food section or homemade CLICK HERE )
2 or 3 Mcintosh apples peeled, cored and chopped
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon allspice
1/2 cup apple jelly or apple butter or other jelly you have on hand
1 beaten egg white
2 tablespooons cinnamon and sugar mixture
If you like this recipe try some other hometown recipes: Full Recipe
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Browned Butter Apple Cake
Caramel Apple Cake
Apple Cinnamon Baked French Toast
Spiked Apple Cider
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Traditional Italian Lemon IceAlways a treat no matter what time of year! Click here for this and more!
This is the time of the year when this one hits the spot, so I had to make a special repost to remind everyone of this great refreshing ice! Back in Upstate NY, where I grew up. We couldn't wait for June to arrive, that's when our local Italian bakeries started to make this delicious Italian ice.. Then when we were fortunate enough to have a nice hot day everyone would rush down to the bakery and hope they didn't run out of it, to buy a quart or more.....so good! We would have to stand in long lines!
Here is our family recipe and our version of this lemon ice....if you aren't as fortunate to live near a wonderful Italian Pastry Shop, this will be a treat! Give this a try sometime... save it for the warmer weather! Italian Lemon Ice......
Updated Photo's July 2012
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Pumpkin Gingersnap Trifle Recipe
One of the Simple Desserts that anyone can make!
Ingredients: 2 packages of Jello seasonal Instant pumpkin Pie Filling (Per Package Instructions) 2 Cups Crushed Gingersnap Cookies 5 Tablespoons of Butter (Melted) 2 tablespoons Sugar Canned Reddi Wip Garnish Cinnamon Sticks, Ground Cinnamon
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Drop by teaspoonsful onto the cookie sheet. Add any of the below suggestions for garnish varieties. Bake for 8 to 12 minutes till browned. Cool completely sprinkle with powdered sugar or frost.
Garnish Suggestions before baking:
Actually out of all the variations this one got the most praise and is my favorite also look how great the coconut toasted while baking them! Click here for the full recipe
Whole pecans or your favorite nuts
Chocolate Chunks, chips to include chocolate, butterscotch, peanut butter or white chocolate
Coconut (it will toast in the baking process, my favorite!)
Chopped Maraschino Cherries
Golden and Dark Raisins
Reeses Peanut Butter Cups chopped or your favorite candy bar cut up
Happy Halloween and Pumpkin Treats?
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Halloween Recipe Ideas
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A versatile recipe Rice Krispie treats and always a favorite. I decided to use the original recipe and make these pumpkin pops, as usual they didn't last long!
I added the recipe at the bottom of this post.
Here are some of the ideas past posts and the photo's above:
Some great ideas to make a haunting party!
These are some fun things that adults and kids will love.
Ideas and more instructions? CLICK HERE
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Mini marshmallows ghosts on toothpicks, nutter butter cookies with creepy sayings,
oreo cookie crust with chocolate pudding pie filling
If your in a hurry and want something easy, even if your not a baker,
anyone can make these 1,2,3 cake mix brownies Click HERE
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Claudia's Funnel Cake Recipe Click the title for the recipeWhat better fried cake than this one in the South? No other! Here's a great recipe... easy and your kids will love it!
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An easy to make pizza that everyone will love...deep dish style. The crust is very thick, crisp and amazing enough to taste just like you had Chicago style pizza right in your own backyard....a grilling favorite in our household. The kids are going to love this one~ You can make individual personal pan pizza's with smaller size pans or one large.....get creative with toppings. The skies the limit~
Deliciously baked thick crust pizza.
Just add your favorite toppings~
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- What's Cookin | Shine Food – Tue, Oct 9, 2012 6:57 AM EDT
2 cups flour
1/2 cup butter softened
1 cup powdered sugar
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1 1/2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
pinch of salt
2 tablespoons milk
assorted cookie cutters
Mix all together in a heavy duty mixer until this forms a ball, add more milk by drops if too dry.
Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 1/2 hour.
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- What's Cookin | Shine Food – Sun, Oct 7, 2012 8:05 AM EDT
Adapted from the Bakers Chocolate Recipe Website on Tips
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