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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

APPLE BREAD and Fall Critters!

 LOVELY FALL, HOW I LOVE YOU! The crispness of the Autumn air,  open windows, blankets at night, hot comforting drinks and yummy cooked dinners---Ahhh!
  Here is a wonderful recipe for APPLE BREAD from my archives-LOL!
I love this recipe because you do NOT peel the apples!!  Yes, you read it right. 

1 Cup Sugar
2 Eggs
3 tbsp. Crisco shortening
1 tsp vanilla
1 Cup unpeeled apples diced
1/2 Cup sour milk (sour it with 1/4 tsp. of white vinegar)
2 Cups of Flour
1/2 tsp. salt
1 tsp Baking Powder
Chopped or crushed Walnuts are optional

Mix all ingredients well by hand and bake in a greased loaf pan at 350 degrees for 50 min. Test with cake tester or thin knife blade and it is done when blade comes out clean.  Delicious with butter on the slices.  Makes 1 loaf.
   For more recipes go to my TWO HAPPY blog
Here is a close up of my lovely pink Mums!  I just love them!
Butterfly on Lantana Bush

This is a picture Hubby took in the front yard of this butterfly on the Lantana bush.  The bush is huge this year, at least 5 1/2 ' high and at least 6' across!!  It comes back every year and blooms until we have a frost.  When the leaves die, we cut it back to the ground.  This is the largest it has ever grown!  This particular plant is more than 5 yrs. old and we have moved it twice from the spot in the back yard to another and then eventually to the front yard where it is today.  Lantana has proved to be a very hearty and beautiful plant that attracks butterflies by the dozens.  It provides seasons of enjoyment!

I hope you enjoyed your visit today and do come again soon.
♥KERRIE♥
My heart to yours......

12 comments:

Mildred said...

The apple bread sounds wonderful! I have good success with lantana also. The hummers and the butterflies love it. I am enjoying the bright sunny days and the cool breezes. This is my favorite time of the year.

pattas said...

mmmm sounds delish :))fancy not peeling the apples , what a wonderful recipe.. your flowers are beautiful I love the lantana bush and the colours.
Have a blessed Wednesday :))

pattas said...

P.S. Kerrie when you visited my blog you spoke about crochet beading.. I have to let you know the doll skirt is called Beadknitting.. It is made on 1.25mm needles.. Thanks for stopping by :))

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Sounds delicious, and those pictures are again awesome.

Yvonne.

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: How beautiful! Your apple bread sounds so good. Thank you so much for sharing with us. Blessings, Martha

Beadwright said...

The apple bread sounds great. The photos are beautiful too.
Nicole/Beadwright

Needled Mom said...

I am always looking for good recips to make with the apples at this time of the year.

Love the pretty butterflies!

Ginny said...

The pink mums are beautifil, so pretty and unusual for fall! And the butterfly on the latana Bush! I'm glad you took a picture of just the bush from a distance so I could get an idea of what the whole thing looks like, it looks like it has both orange and pink blooms, how spectacular!! Why did you move it so many times?

Leann said...

The bread sounds wonderful I just made applesauce and cake on Sunday and have some apples leftover. I may have to make this this weekend!

Leann

Janean said...

apple bread?? YUM!

we've grown lantana, but not a bush. wow. how beautiful.

Donna said...

Hi Kerrie,
Your apple bread sounds wonderful, I love the fact you don't have to peel the apples. I really must try the recipe!
Beautiful photos!

Hugs,
Donna

Micki said...

Thanks for the recipe...I will try that and the pics were lovely!
Micki