Harvest Spiced Baked Apples
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Start your fall baking off with this delicious and simple Harvest Spiced Baked Apples recipe. One of my grandmother’s Thanksgiving traditions, this recipe is perfect all season long!  A sweet blend of spices and sugar, with some raisins topping the apple halves, there really isn’t much more perfect. This recipe has all the delicious flavors of mom’s apple pie, but is made even easier by skipping the crust. … Continue reading →

Simple Apple Danish
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This simple apple danish recipe is so easy, anybody can make it. You won’t sacrifice flavor for the simplicity either! Warm out of the oven, this pastry is light, flaky, sweet and spiced; just perfect with a cup of coffee. Relying on ready to use ingredients, this recipe is the epitome of #ConvenienceCooking. Of course, that’s the beautiful reason it’s called “simple apple danish”. … Continue reading →

Apple Croissant Cake
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Is there anything better than apple pie? This Apple Croissant Cake just might be! Cake is a loosely used term in this case. The dessert is not at all cake-like. However, it’s definitely not a pie either. No croissants were used in the recipe, but it’s sure croissant texture! It’s a light, flaky crust filled with sweet and cinnamony apples. It’s delicious. It’s simple. You need to make this. Today. Apple Croissant Cake Recipe Ingredients: 16 oz can Layer Biscuits 21 oz can Apple Pie Filling 3 TB Sugar 3 TB Cinnamon Recipe Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray a tube or Bundt cake pan with cooking oil. Sprinkle 2 TB of Sugar and 2 TB of Cinnamon around the bottom and edge of the pan. Open the can of biscuits and separate the biscuits into thin layers. Place a layer of biscuits on the bottom of the pan. Spoon apple pie filling over the dough. Add another layer of biscuits and apples. Repeat until you have used all the biscuits and pie filling. Finish with a layer of biscuits on the top. Sprinkle with remaining cinnamon and sugar. Bake at 350 degrees 45 minutes. Test with a … Continue reading →