Tagged with apple

TWD: All-American All-Delicious Apple Pie

For the last few years I have been in charge of Thanksgiving desserts. It makes sense, right? I love to do it, and I can mostly bake ahead and bring whatever it is with me! I’ve done several versions of apple or pear pies in the past, though I usually opt for the crumbly topping  just … Continue reading

TWD: Double Apple Bundt Cake

WOW! My turn to host!! I a) never thought it would come up, at the rate we are powering through this book, and b) figured that if it did, I would be left with the last recipe that (GASP) no one else wanted to make. Wrong on both accounts! I love ALL things apple, and … Continue reading

TWD: Cran-Apple Crisps

So this week I continued the pattern of baking November’s recipes out of order, and made Cran-Apple Crisps (picked by Em of The Repressed Pastry Chef). I LOVE crisps. I love them all year – that’s the beauty of them! You can work with just about any seasonal fruits, top it off with a buttery-cinnamony-oaty streusel topping … Continue reading

TWD: Applesauce Spice Bars

I am one of those people that goes for the apple-y cinnamon-y desserts any time of the year, all year round. So where some people may say these are “fall like,” I would probably call them something more like All-Season Yumminess. Definitely keepers in my book – moist and sort of gooey, just perfect with … Continue reading

TWD: Parisian Apple Tartlets

I would describe this week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe, selected by Jessica,  in two words: EASY and YUM. Really yum. And especially easy considering I took the wimpy way out and instead of making puff pastry from scratch, I relied on the Pepperidge Farm folks who have been doing it forever (and less expensively than … Continue reading

Friday Night Apple Cake

I hate to say it’s becoming a trend for me…but somehow at the end of a long week, if I don’t seem to have the energy to go out on a Friday night, I can still muster up enough energy to bake. Shocking. I couldn’t decide what to tackle, but was looking for something relatively … Continue reading