Monday, September 21, 2009

Tempt My Tummy Tuesday and something for Scrapbooking lovers

Adori Graphics has launched her first scrapbooking kit called “Fall Fever”.
The kit contains the following: 10 digital papers;  letters;   numbers;   some punctuation;  numerous patches (leaves, acorn, scarecrow, pumpkin...and lots more); numerous ribbons and bows ; buttons; paperclips and other fasteners - in a choice of colours; photo frame and some more cool stuff. Go and have a look!
And of course she has great stuff blog lovers too :)  Need a makeover? Blog extras? Gift certificates? Tutorials or maybe some freebies? Adori Graphics has all those things and great prices too.
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I’m having my first giveaway, so don’t forget to enter!
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And now a delicious recipe for autumn.image
I love fall and I love apples, oven baked apples with an ice cream are so so good. I found a new recipe for oven baked apples from Nami-Nami food blog. 

Oven-baked Toffee Apples
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Ingredients:
* 5 to six large firm apples
Toffee-almond topping:
* 50 g almond slices
* 50 g unsalted butter
* 200 ml soft brown sugar
* 100 ml whipping or double cream
* 1 Tbsp potato flour
To serve:
vanilla ice cream
Method:
* Peel the apples (optional), halve and core them.
* Fit them snugly into a buttered oven-dish, cut-side down.
* Mix brown sugar and potato flour in a small saucepan, add butter, almond slices, and cream, and bring slowly to the boil, stirring regularly.
* Spoon the toffee mixture onto the apples.
* Bake in the middle of a pre-heated 200 C / 400 F oven for 20-30 minutes (cooking time depends on the apples), until apples are cooked and toffee topping has thickened.
* Cool a little and serve with ice cream.
Check out all other delicious recipes here!

33 comments:

  1. Ave those apples look yummy!

    Oh and you forgot to mention that you made part of my kit! Just as well I mentioned it on my blog LOL

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  2. those look delicious! what a fun way to have a "caramel" apple!

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  3. These apples look delicious!! I love the photo of your niece, too!! Too cute!!

    Many blessings!

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  4. I have never seen them done in the oven like that. What a great idea! Looks so good, I will have to try it.

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  5. Ooh, those looks yummy. I could use this with all of the apples that I picked!

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  6. Amazing apples!! Now I'm really hungry.

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  7. Those look amazingly delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  8. The apple look yummy! Thanks for joining in the fun at Cupcake Tuesday!
    ~Liz

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  9. That looks delicious! With the bounty of apples I have, I will have to try this:) Thanks for stopping by, I love your blog and will be back:) I'm having technical difficulties with my Following widget, ugh. Hope to have it figured out soon!

    Blessings,
    Cara

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  10. What yummy looking baked apples. I have just been thinking I need to make something with apples and along you come with a recipe. Thanks!!

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  11. Oh I'd so love a few of those apples right about now!!!
    Love your blog!
    Robin
    All Things Heart and Home

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  12. Those apples look absolutely decadent! Thanks for sharing such a delicious sounding recipe!

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  13. Thanks for posting to Crock Pot Wednesday at Diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com. I appreciate your participation.

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  14. that looks so good I think we where on the samw autumn page that would be a great dessert with my baked potatoe soup YUMMY I am off to enter your giveawya

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  15. These look delicious. Thanks for sharing and for stopping by my blog.

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  16. Your apples look heavenly :) Perfect for this rainy day too.
    I've entered your lovely giveaway and added you to my followed blogs.
    Have a great day.

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  17. It looks like we both had apples on the brain today. :) These look WONDERFUL!

    Ok, I'm going to check out your giveaway. Thanks for coming by!

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  18. This recipe looks great! Can't wait to try this! Yum!!!!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!!!

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  19. mmmmmmmm...these look so good!! my mouth is watering!! :) thnx for stopping by!! :)

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  20. Wow - those apples look delicious! What a great recipe!

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  21. These look AMAZING!!
    I so miss good apples. Here in FL our apples don't always taste all that great.
    You have an adorable blog. I changed my template for Fall but I usually have a beach theme..

    Have a great day!

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  22. I agree those LOOK delish!!! I'll have to go to the farm to pick up some apples to make it! Thanks so much for the idea and stopping by ;)

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  23. That looks so delicious and easy!

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  24. Your timing couldn't be better! My tree has produced a record number of apples and I am looking for new ways to serve them. This will be added to my dessert list this week.

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  25. Wow, those apples look delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe! I'm going to have to try it. I'm having my first giveaway too! I'd love to have you (or everyone!) come over and enter!

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  26. Your toffee apples looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing :)

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  27. Oh my gosh!!! Those apples look wonderful!!!!!!!!!

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  28. I LOVE digital scrapbook kits and those apples look so yummy!

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  29. I love to scrapbook and I just started to do it digitally. That is very pretty. Love the Oven–baked Toffee Apples.

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  30. What a great fall recipe! It looks delicious!

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  31. Oh... Amelia's Soaps is part of the Georgia Etsy team that I am a part of too... She has such a wonderful selection!

    And yummy! on the oven-baked Toffee Apples :o)

    Thanks for sharing!
    Blessings & Aloha!

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