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Bites from other Blogs

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Bites from other Blogs

  • Apple Pie is clearly a dessert dish, and while I’m happy to serve myself a slice of leftover pie for breakfast every now and then, I’m not likely to bake a pie specifically to eat with my morning coffee. Apple Pie Scones, on the other hand, sound like a great breakfast option. These were baked by Wild Wild Whisk and they are stuffed with a brown sugar and cinnamon homemade apple filling that gives you the feeling and flavor of eating apple pie, but in a much more breakfast-appropriate form. The scones are easy to make and come together much more quickly than a pie, so you can enjoy these on a weekday or weekend!
  • Another way to enjoy apple pie for breakfast is with a batch of Apple Pie Baked Apples, from Deliciously Sprinkled. These are baked apples that are stuffed with apple pie filling and topped with a small lattice of pie crust. They have a lovely look to them and you get the contrast between fresh, juicy apples and buttery pie crust, but in a format that is a bit lighter than a traditional pie. You could serve these for dessert with a scoop of ice cream, or as breakfast with a dollop of your favorite yogurt.
  • Love & Flour‘s Maple Ale Baked Apples are definitely a dessert option. These apples are stuffed with a mixture of brown sugar, oats, hazelnuts and spices, as wellas brown ale, maple syrup and melted butter. This combination brings together many delicious, complex flavors – all of which go well with apples! The apples are topped with this mixture and baked until they are tender and infused with sweet spices and a hint of ale. They’re a great choice for a casual fall dessert or for an Oktoberfest celebration.
  • Brooklyn Homemaker‘s Spiced Harvest Bundt Cake is a wonderful bundt to bake at the start of fall because it is stuffed with so many wonderful flavors. The cake is loaded with grated carrots, parsnips, pears and apples – all fruits and vegetables that are regularly featured on fall menus. It is seasoned with cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, to give it a warm and spicy flavor profile that is ideal for cool evenings. It is good on its own, but it is even more delicious when topped with a gream cheese and cinnamon glaze that adds just the right touch of extra sweetness to each bite and dresses up the finished cake.

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  • Trang
    October 1, 2014

    Thanks so much for including my apple pie scones in your post! 🙂

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