Hello, I hope everyone is doing well!
We took a short trip Sunday to our local
Cider Mill. We picked up some apples, a
yellow pumpkin and some candy corn.
Later that day I was able to get to one of
my favorite Antique store. It is in an old
school so a lot of the rooms are used by
different vendors. One of the things I
collect are the Gooseberry Hardback
Cookbooks. One of the vendors had
five for sale, the one I picked up was
Country Quick and Easy. As I was
looking through it, I found a
"quick" and short recipe for:
8 oz. pkg, cream cheese,
1/4 C honey
1/2 C caramel ice cream topping
1/4 tsp. cinnamon
3 to 4 green apples*, cored and
In a medium serving bowl, combine
cream cheese, honey, caramel topping
and cinnamon; beat until smooth. Store
in refrigerator until chilled. Serve with
Makes 2 cups
*I would use different apples, green apples
are not my fave.
~Keep on Dreaming~
Oh yummy....looks like you picked the perfect book to start the Fall season. Those old school antique places are the BESTReplyDelete
Indeed, they are so fun to go through.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your day tomorrow.
M : )
That sounds yummy! Have a wonderful weekend, Melinda!ReplyDelete
If you try it, let me know.Delete
M : )
Oh, mercy! That sounds delicious! And I just bought some delicious Honeycrisp apples today, have to try this. I like Gooseberry cookbooks too! Take careReplyDelete
Just in time for you to use those apples.ReplyDelete
Honeycrisp are my favorite apples.
Thanks and you take care.
M : )