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Cheddar Apple Pie Dip | Love My Philly - 1 views

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    If you haven't tasted apple pie and cheddar together, then you're missing out!
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Banana-Pecan Dip for Fruit | Love My Philly - 0 views

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    Does your family forget to eat enough fruit during winter? They won't anymore, after you stir up this Banana-Pecan Dip.
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Cinnamon Apple Spread | Love My Philly - 0 views

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    When I was in pre-school I remember eating graham crackers with a cup of milk. These days, I still enjoy my grahams with a tall glass of milk!
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Heat up the Holidays with a Warm Cider - 0 views

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    The holiday season won't be complete until you make a few cups of warm cider.
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Raspberry-Apple Danish Spread | Love My Philly - 0 views

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    Are you as big a fan of Danish pastries as I am? If you are, then you'll love this Raspberry-Apple Danish Spread.
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Wrap up Thanksgiving with an Anything but Ordinary Apple Tart - 0 views

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    This innovative tart is a terrific alternative to the usual apple pie. Perfect to enjoy for special occasions, the caramelized apple flavor is a double treat when served with ice cream.
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Apple Cream Crumble Tart | Love My Philly - 0 views

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    Moist slices of this Apple Cream Crumble Tart will look dashing on any dessert plate!
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Hot Apple Pie Dip | Love My Philly - 0 views

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    A sweet dip consisting of brown sugar, PHILLY Cream Cheese, apples, and pumpkin pie spice with crackers sounds like a great treat!
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Free-Form Harvest Apple Tart | Love My Philly - 0 views

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    . Spend some quality time in the kitchen by baking this remarkable Free-Form Harvest Apple Tart.
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Quick Apple and Cinnamon Turnovers - 0 views

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    Are you a fan of shortcuts? If you are, then you will love these Quick Apple and Cinnamon Turnovers. If you thought that turnovers were difficult, think again!
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Picking the Best Apples at the Market - 0 views

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    Save money by picking the best of the best produce, such as apples, at the market. Here's how!
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PB and Apple Wrap - 0 views

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    PBJ sandwiches were so yesterday! Try this innovative PB and Apple Wrap for a change!
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BBC - Food - Recipes - Apple crepes with calvados - 0 views

  • 50g/2oz plain flour25g/1oz buckwheat flour1 level tsp ground cinnamon2 eggs1x200ml tub crème fraîche1 large Granny Smith apple2 tbsp calvadosTo make the pancakes:50g/2oz melted butterTo serve:caster sugar2 tbsp calvadosdouble cream, well chilledYou will also need a small, solid frying pan.
  • Begin by peeling and coring the apple then cut it into quarters and grate it on the coarse side of the grater into a bowl. Then toss the grated apple around in 2 tbsp calvados and leave it aside for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, sift the flour, buckwheat flour and cinnamon into a bowl. Then in a separate bowl or jug, whisk the eggs and crème fraîche together, then gradually whisk this into the flour mixture using an electric hand whisk until you have a smooth, lump-free batter. Then stir in the apple and calvados.Before you make the pancakes put a large plate in a warm oven or a warming-drawer so that as you make them they can be kept warm, covered with some foil.To make the pancakes, melt the butter in the frying pan, then tip it into a cup. To make your first pancake, heat the pan over a medium heat until it is really hot then use 1 tbsp of the batter to make each pancake, cook until it becomes crisp at the edges and is a lovely golden colour underneath, then, using a palette knife or spatula, turn the crêpe over and cook the other side until crisp and golden (this should take about 45 seconds on each side.)Remove the crêpe to a warm plate. Use a wodge of kitchen paper to lubricate the pan again with melted butter, then continue cooking the pancakes until the batter is all used up. When you are ready to serve the pancakes, transfer them to warmed serving plates, giving each person three or four, lightly dusted with caster sugar. Then combine the cream and calvados, put a little on each serving and hand the rest round separately. For a special occasion you could flame these by leaving them piled on a large plate, dusting with caster sugar, then warming 3 tbsp of calvados in a small pan - light it with a match and pour the flaming calvados over the pancakes. When the flame has died down serve each person three or four pancakes with pouring cream, served separately.
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