Sunday, November 27, 2011

Apples 'n Cranberries

Here's a recipe that may be of interest to's a bit different....

5 Granny Smith apples - peeled and chopped
2 cups fresh cranberries
2 tablespoons flour
1 cup sugar
3/4 cup of pecans
Mix together and put into a lightly greased baking dish (anything larger than 8" square)

3 packages of instant cinnamon spice oatmeal cereal
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup light brown sugar
1 stick of melted butter

Mix together and crumble over the filling mixture.....bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 45 minutes.

something different on the table than the traditional pumpkin pie....

best served warm...with vanilla ice cream....and whipped cream over the ice cream....with extra crumb topping on top of that...and a very large's fruit...keep telling yourself it's fruit as you eat.

Before the oven.....

and 45 minutes later....
enjoy your day....tomorrow I'll pass along a great tip from a plumber who was interviewed on the television the day after Thanksgiving.

did you know that's the busiest time of year for plumbers? People actually try to put the turkey bones down the drain...did they think they had the propeller of the Queen Mary down there?

see you tomorrow friends....I have completed knitting to share....yup...I actually finished something.  


Dutch Girl said... was a nice addition to our Thanksgiving meal, and I had several more portions from the leftovers (including for breakfast!); this is a nummy recipe. But, because of my kitchen ineptitudes, I would sadly have to admit that it has too many ingredients, oh, plus, it includes chopping. And shopping. Two things I hate. But I do enjoy eating. Thanks for making it for us. It receives the Dutch Girl's Seal of Eater's Approval. :-)

Melodie said...

This looks yummy! Apples are my favorite"filling"!

Sherri B. said...

I just love yummy, fast and easy desserts like this, thanks! - We mostly use our turkey bones for soup stock..that would be alot of bones for any disposal to take. Looking forward to the tip and your knitting project. xo