I would have to say our favorite thing is to dehydrate them with cinnamon and sugar on them. We also like them cut up in little pieces in our oatmeal with raisens, and in pancakes. I guess we're not too original! Ours aren't ready yet and there won't be very many this year as all but one tree died this winter.
We usually make a LOT of apple butter, we love it on toast for breakfast in the winter:)
One apple recipe we like is sausage and apples. We slice italian sausage and fry. When about half done add apple wedges and sprinkle with brown sugar. Cook until apples are tender but not mushy. Serve with eggs for a wonderful breakfast. The girls said that it is best made in a large cast iron skillet over an open fire while dressed in colonian period dresses.
There are so many delicious recipes using apples! One of our favorites is hot applesauce. We make large batches of applesauce to can, but we use this recipe to accompany supper. We like to have it with soup or stew and fresh bread. 6 apples, peeled, cored, and quartered (two varieties are nice)1 c. apple juice or cider2 Tbsp. butter3 Tbsp. honey 1/2 tsp. cinnamonIn a sealable, microwave-safe container, combine ingredients. Close lid, leaving one corner open to let out steam. Microwave on hight for 10 minutes. Mash or blend to desired consistancy. Serve hot or cold. We use a stick blender to grind it at the end. We rarely have leftovers of this one.
Hey Jordan. Apple butter is fairly easy to make and can. Call me if you need help with this! It is GREAT to pull out of the cupboard year round. Also, you can slice them pie ready and freeze. Wonderful when you want to make an apple pie or two or three and cuts down on the work! The McCloskey's
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