This is a guest post from Sweet T of Sweet T Studio.
One of you brilliant readers left this recipe in the comments section. I can’t remember which post now, so I can’t find out who it was. If you’re the wonderful person who shared this recipe, please let me know so I can thank you!
If you’re looking for easy, homemade Christmas gift ideas you’ll want to consider this apple butter. It makes a lot, which is good, because you’ll want to keep some for yourself too.
It starts with a couple jars of store-bought applesauce and a slow cooker. The result is fragrant deliciousness that’s heavenly spread on a warm biscuit. It will even perk up a plain old piece of toast. [Read more…] about Apple Butter in the Slow Cooker – Homemade Christmas Gift Alert!
I made these pancakes for dinner last night and they quickly bumped to the top of my “recipes to share” list. Please schedule a breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or snack time to cook up a batch. You’ll thank me later.
The pancakes are sweetened with molasses and spiced with ginger, cinnamon and allspice. But it’s the Sweet Cider Syrup that steals the show.
Here’s what you’ll need: [Read more…] about Gingerbread Pancakes with Sweet Cider Syrup
I’m in love with this pumpkin recipe. I dream about it. I’ve even eaten it for breakfast. Twice.
It tastes seriously wonderful. Sweet, spiced apples and cranberries add so much flavor to the baked pumpkin. On top of that, it looks impressive. I’m not known for making beautiful food, so this is something to be proud of.
I am known for creating simple recipes and this does fall into that category. It can be ready for the oven in less than 20 minutes and that includes about 13 minutes of trying to cut the top off the pumpkin. [Read more…] about Apples and Cranberries Baked in a Pumpkin
I was going to call this Apple Pie Oatmeal, because it really does taste as good as apple pie. I’ve made it twice now. Once I used regular oatmeal (not quick cooking). The second time, I used steel cut oats. They were more expensive, but I thought they held up better in the slow cooker. Jim thought that the regular oats were just as good. They were good, but they were a little mushier than I would like.
The taste of both versions was delish! Apples, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar…all for breakfast! And the leftovers heat up great the next day. Just add extra milk and microwave. [Read more…] about Slow Cooked Apple Oatmeal