Guest post from Brigette Shevy Just when you thought apple pie couldn’t get any better… it does! Not only does this pie look impressive, it tastes amazing, too. This twist on the classic apple pie is probably my very favorite apple pie of all time. And no, it’s not even close to low-fat, but let me assure you that it’s worth every blissful calorie! One taste of the caramelized pecan-studded crust, and you may never be able to settle for regular apple pie again.
When I saw this recipe, I knew I had to try it. It sounded like a creative twist on traditional apple muffins and I mostly just wanted to experiment with it out of curiosity. The end result? Definitely yummy. Different, but yummy. The peanut butter chips add a fun surprise and jive well with the apple flavors.
I have made these pumpkin rolls again and again. And again. They’re that good, folks! When it comes to homemade rolls, it doesn’t get much better than these. You can’t taste the pumpkin in these at all, but the pumpkin is there for a reason. It makes these rolls tender, soft and absolutely delicious (all while boosting your daily vitamin A intake!).
Here’s a yummy, simple, in-season recipe that will satisfy your sweet tooth without heating up your house. It easily adjusts to be dairy-free/vegan: just use coconut oil in place of the butter.
It was below 90 degrees in Kansas yesterday so I was so excited it was cool enough to bake! And I whipped up a batch of Homemade Breadsticks in the Bread Machine.
I saw this recipe for making “Cinnamon Rolls” in the crockpot the other day and I was very intrigued. So naturally, I had to try it for myself. But in typical Crystal fashion, I had to tweak the recipe a bit, too. 🙂 I was really happy with how they turned out. They were yummy, easy to make, and with the alterations I made to the recipe, they are good for you, too. Best of all, we had hot biscuits without heating up the house!