Aren’t all of the sights and smells of autumn amazing to the senses? Even if you don’t look forward to the cold that fall ushers in, who can resist pumpkin muffins, musky leaves, blazing blue skies, and the longing in the air? I am sure there are those who can live without those things, and maybe some whose seasons don’t even change much. But today, in the heart of the mid-west we are talking apples…
Here are just a few frugal, time saving, and tested apple recipes that are worth sharing.
Crockpot Hot Apple Cider at bakerette.com
Easy Peasy. Great for groups.
Apple Peel Jelly at nonniesnotes.blogspot.com
This jam is amazing and uses the PEELS from apples. I love that frugal concept! On another note, Anne’s blog is a delight to read. She is a faithful Christian sister whom I have never met, but she fellowships in circles I am familiar with.
Apple Pie Filling at onecheaputahchick.com
This recipe can be either frozen or canned. Also good as a compote.
Crockpot Apple Butter at myfrugaladventures.com
Core apples. Add sugar. Press start. Cook. Maybe blend a bit? Done.
Dried Apple Chips at sallysbakingaddiction.com
No dehydrator needed. The smell is better than a Yankee Candle–for hours.
Hope we can enjoy the season and along with that, the joys God has granted for each one!
What fall recipes and traditions do you enjoy? Please do feel free to share 🙂