The beauty of classic apple crumb pie is not just that it is delicious but also that it is so easy! Tender apples that bake up in a bottom crust with sweet and crumbly topping makes this a keeper recipe.Continue Reading
Pork and Apple Pie with sage is a delicious flavor combo of savory and a hint of sweetness in a flaky crust. Sliced apples are layered on top of a filling of seasoned ground pork making a lovely Sunday or weeknight dinner.Continue Reading
Do you love the flavor combo of sweet and tart? That explosion on your taste buds that shouts delicious? This easy to prepare Cranberry Apple Cake perfectly blends the best fruits of autumn with brown sugar, cinnamon and a hint of orange. The finished dessert is a little like cake and a little like pie. It is a perfect dessert.Continue Reading
Chicken Pot pie is an all-time favorite comfort food and for good reason. Chunks of tender chicken, carrots and peas in a creamy gravy with a flaky, golden pie crust. What a great meal for Sunday dinner or a family weeknight meal. Make it easy and cut prep time by using rotisserie chicken and frozen vegetables.Continue Reading
Lots of yummy apples fill this easy Apple Streusel Pie that makes its own crust. Topped with a sweet and crumbly streusel for a perfect dessert anytime.Continue Reading
Libby’s Famous Pumpkin Pie is faithfully part of our Thanksgiving day. It is a classic. I have used this recipe from the label of the Libby’s Pumpkin can for years. It is dependable and delicious!Continue Reading
It’s that time of year when green becomes the most popular color and little Leprechauns get excited about St. Patrick’s Day. Frozen Minty Mousse Pie in a chocolate graham cracker crust and layered with ice cream, chocolaty mousse and topped with whipped cream makes dessert magical!
Caramel Pumpkin Pie is the recipe we are all making with the group Tuesdays with Dorie.
This recipe begins by browning sugar over medium-high heat until melted. I stopped short of cooking as long as the directions suggested. Heavy cream is then added to the hot syrup and stirred until smooth to make caramel. I did have a piece that did not melt back and I just lifted it out before proceeding.