- apple pie
- apple butter
- apple cider
- carmel apples
- cider donuts
- and the much anticipated bags of Honey Crisp Apples - a treat beyond all imagination that says "It's Fall" like no other
Just click on the image to be linked to her site for the recipe.
RECIPE NUMBER TWO: This next recipe has been a favorite for several years ... unfortunately, not gluten free but it is bread machine friendly. When we lived in Oregon I taught a "Dinner Quilt" class on Friday nights. The gals would pack their car up with everything they needed for class that night before they went to work Friday morning and come straight to the quilt shop right after work for some wonderful "girl time" while quilting and being treated to a wonderful dinner. I fixed dinner, designed the pattern, and taught the class. It was time for them to be treated and pampered like the wonderful strong creative women we all are.
A Fall favorite in the dinner class line-up was PUMPKIN SOUP & APPLE SPPICE BREAD. Today we have the recipe for the Apple Spice Bread which can be made in a bread machine, and you can find the pattern for the quilt HERE. It is available as a regular pattern to be shipped (wholesale inquiries welcome) and is also available as an electronic download pattern ... an e-pattern. MQS 123E PUMPKIN SOUP
APPLE SPICE BREAD
(For a 2-pound loaf)
1 ½ cups water
3 tablespoons butter
4 cups flour
½ cup cut-up dried apple
3 tablespoons dry milk
3 tablespoons sugar
1 ½ tablespoons salt
3 teaspoons apple pie spice1 ½ teaspoons bread machine yeast
Add ingredients as directed for your bread machine.
Use the Basic/White cycle with a medium crust setting.
Remove baked bread from the pan and cool on wire rack when finished.