Promote a Blog | Blog Directory | Content Marketing | Analytics | Blog | FAQ |

Explore » Blog Directory of Selected Blogs
Connect » Authentic Blogger Community
Discover » Featured Blogs and Topics

Recent blog posts on Apples

Blog Directory Feed

Recipe: Spicy apple chutney

Recipe: Spicy Apple Chutney I love autumn in London. Theres the beauty of all the leaves changing colour, atmospheric misty mornings and still warmth in the sun when it pops out. September is often the best month, especially after weve... The post Recipe: Spicy apple chutney appeared first on Eating Covent Garden. read more »

Apples – Easiest Way to Healthy Nutrition

Theres no easier way to add a dose of nutrition to your day than by crunching on a tasty apple. You probably first experienced its delightful flavor as a baby, when applesauce introduced you to real food. And now, whether its a Granny Smith, a McIntosh, or a Red Delicious, you think of apples as [] The post Apples – Easiest Way to Healthy Nutrition appeared first on Well Fit News Spot. read more »

Recipe: County Fair Apple Pie

Before I get to todays dessert recipe, I have exciting news to share. The Princess Games was released today!  King Winkle and Queen Periwinkle have a problem. They need a princess, and they need her fast. With the upcoming peace-keeping marriage between Prince Linus of Branninia and the princess of the fair Kingdom of Hoggenbottom, its a bit risky to admit they dont have a princess. Instead, they decide to host The Princess Games. Soon enough, the fairest maidens of the land are gathered in front of ... read more »

5 Exotic Apple Variants

Apples are The. Best. Think Im wrong?                                                     I have a very real obsession with apples. My favorite varieties include Crispin, Pink Lady, Envy, Fiji, and Jazz apples, more or less in that order. But here are some exotic apple variants you may not have heard of yet! I havent even tried all of them yet, but hopefully some day. Read more » read more »

Roasted Butternut & Apple Soup

The big surprise with this delicious soup is it is actually a detox soup piled with loads of healthy ingredients and can be enjoyed hot or cold. Who doesn't love a hearty butternut or pumpkin soup when the rain sets it and temps start dropping. The secret in this recipe - besides the apples - is the butternut that is roasted in the oven. This allows for it to caramelise which really brings out that lovely sweet flavour.When choosing your apples, stay away from Grammy Smith as they are really tart and al... read more »

Crispy Green Convenience

We're well into fall now and into the busy grind of back-to-school and back-to-work.As schedules pick up and get crazier, it's useful to have some yummy, healthy snacks that you can keep in your handbag for emergencies! After all, no one wants to deal with Hangry. My recent favorite handbag staple, along with the usual granola barsand such, are Crispy Green fruit bags! They come in seven different varieties (apple, pineapple, banana, cantaloupe, mango, Asian pear, and tangerine), but all the varietie... read more »

Fall Is Coming!

Yes, fall is coming!I love fall season more than any other season. It's not too hot and not too cold. But most of all, I love the colors.With fall, I think of Halloween and Thanksgiving. I think of candy apples and caramel apples. Hot chocolate and many more wonderful delights.But today, while thinking of fall, it came to mind that I need to come up with a delicious treat for my readers. Well, I did just that. I went and combined the flavor of baked apples, caramel apples and hot cider into one delicious... read more »

Fruit & Your Health - Part 4 - Apples

Information from Washington State Apple Association Eating fresh apples is always good for you, but to get the full nutritional benefits associated with eating apples you should eat at least one fresh apple every day. The average U.S. consumer eats about 19 pounds of fresh apples a year - about 1 apple per week. Ongoing consumer attitude tracking in nine major markets across the US has shown that Washington apples remain number one as far as consumers are concerned. According to one report, 56% of thos... read more »

I Didn't Know That - Apples

According to the U.S. Apple Association, these are the top 10 varieties of apples produced in the U.S. Red Delicious is full-flavored, sweet taste and crisp texture. They are best for fresh eating and snacking. Golden Delicious have a smooth, sweet taste and tender texture. They are best for eating raw, cutting up in salads and making applesauce, cider, pies or other desserts. Galas are crisp and snappy with a mellow sweetness. They too are good for eating fresh or in salads and sauces. Fuji is a sw... read more »

Secret Recipe Club French Apple Cobbler

Happy Monday friends! I hope you all had a fabulous weekend, and much fun celebrating Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby. It was a pretty dreary weekend her in Cola, gray clouds looming overhead and the threat of rain at any second. But that didn't stop me from a trip to the local farmer's market downtown with my girlfriend Katie and her son Luke. Isn't he the cutest?! He had a blast too!!We had a great time shopping the local vendors and supporting a local crepe place, Crepes and Croissants. Absol... read more »

New Year 2013

Normal 0 false false false EN-SG X-NONE X-NONE THANK YOU 2012! WELCOME 2013! read more »

A New Fun Dessert For Thanksgiving With A Twist!

These little parfaits are delicious and perfect. Sweet enough for dessert, but in actuality healthy enough to call a snack, and the upright shape is quirky and fun!To make the parfaits, cut the tops off your apples, and set aside. You can dust them with a little edible glitter or luster dust, if desired, for that extra eye-catching effect.Caramel Apple Parfaits4 medium sized apples 6 oz Yoplait Light Apple Turnover Yogurt 2 individual packs (2 bars each) Oats 'n Honey Granola Bars, break into crumbs ¼ c.... read more »

A New Pie To Share For Thanksgiving!

Yesterday, I had one of my kitchen assistants at the college make 9 of these wonderful, simple and delicious pies for the students today. I’m sure they will be happy eating them. I’ll know when I come back to work this Sunday, for I have today and tomorrow off (very well deserved).Apple Custard Pie1 ½ c. applesauce ½ c. sugar ½ tsp. Cinnamon 3 eggs, beaten ¼ tsp. Salt 1 ½ c. milk 1 9 inch deep dish pie shellPreheat oven to 450. Combine ingredients and pour into pie shell and bake for 10 minutes. Reduce h... read more »

Soup Of The Day

This savory apple soup for two gets body from Yukon Gold potatoes and a touch of heat from paprika. Float some cocktail shrimp or a mound of lump crabmeat in each bowl to make it a main course.Hungarian Apple Soup2 tsp. Olive oil 1 medium tart apple, peeled and finely chopped ¾ c. diced peeled Yukon Gold potato 1/3 c. finely chopped yellow onion ¼ c. thinly sliced celery, plus leaves for garnish ¼ tsp. salt ¼ tsp. dried sage Pinch of paprika, preferably hot Hungarian Freshly ground pepper, to taste 1 14 ... read more »

An Affordable Elegant Dish For Your Family

I have been meaning to share this elegant sounding chicken dish for years and have decided to share it here today. If you enjoy Chicken Kiev or any other stuffed chicken breasts, you will truly enjoy this.Chicken Breasts Stuffed with Apples Cheddar2 boneless skinless chicken breast halves (pounded to a ¼ inch thickness with a mallet) ½ c. cooking apple (Golden Delicious or Granny Smith recommended) 2 tbsp. sharp cheddar cheese 1 tbsp. fine dry breadcrumb 1 tbsp. butter ¼ c. dry white wine or ¼ c. apple ... read more »

WARNING!!! This May Become Addictive!

How about an apple stuffed with peanut butter and a caramel, coated in cinnamon sugar neatly packaged in piecrust?Baked Peanut Butter Caramel Apple4 Apples (Gala, Granny Smith, Macintosh)2 to 4 tbsp. peanut butter4 caramels1 box refrigerator pie crust1 egg white plus 1 tsp. waterCinnamon sugar (1 part cinnamon to 2 parts sugar)Preheat the oven to 425. Peel apples; cut the top off, about ½ inch down. Core apple but don’t cut all the way through (a small melon baller works well). Place 1 caramel in the cen... read more »

Pine Cones

I love pine cones! Pine trees are my favorite! I love the smell, the woodsy look. and I love it all in the winter! {via} {via} {via} {via} {via} {via} {via} {via} {via} Here is a fun DIY tutorial for felt pine cones! {via} read more »




COPYRIGHT NOTICE: BlogUpp does not claim ownership of any content distributed via this blog directory and its content marketing channels.
The authors of the blogs featured above are assumed to be the content owners. BlogUpp is a blog promotion and content marketing service. Learn more

Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | Copyright © 2017, BlogUpp (aka BlogUp)