Happy Apple Season Everyone!

As we rapidly approach September and the changing of the seasons, it is time to get your apple recipes ready to go.  Here are a number of ideas and simple tips for you to enjoy.  If you want recipes, please feel free to contact me.apple season

Apple Guide – some are better for salads and some are better for baking – this guide will help you get the most out of your project:  https://www.huberwinery.com/farm-market/apples/

My favorite tried and true apple recipes:

Apple Dip – cream cheese and apple butter.

Homemade Apple Butter – your home will smell good all day!

Apple Squares – I used to make them ALL the time.  So easy and so good

Apple Crisp the easy way  – using a box of yellow cake mix on top

Fresh Apple Cake – my FAVORITE cake! It takes a long time to bake and it is rich.  It is heavy like a fruitcake and leftovers are best kept in the fridge. I think it is better the second day out of the fridge with a dollop of cool whip on top. Contact me for the recipe!

Apple Salad – some call it Waldorf Salad – so so healthy with celery!

Snicker Apple Salad – yummy yummy with chopped up Snickers Bar – who needs celery!   Fun at pitch-ins!

Apple Dumplins with ice cream (I use store bought pie crust): So easy – core an apple – stuff with brown sugar butter raisins and nuts and wrap with pie crust and bake!

Pork Loin with Apples – Do you cook with an iron skillet? I do. Easiest yummy pork loin ever! Place apple wedges around pork loin in iron skillet. Cover with foil and bake as directed on package of pork loin. I buy the little ones at Aldi and they are perfect! Serve with mashed potatoes and green beans- heaven!

If you have never taken your kids to an apple orchard to pick apples – I highly recommend it! In this area of Indiana, we are fortunate to have Huber’s Orchard for this fun experience!  To plan your adventure click here – https://www.huberwinery.com/farm-market/u-pick-vouchers/

ENJOY my friends!!!