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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Bookmarked Recipe: Roasted Apples (Tea and Sympatico)

Hi everyone, and happy first day of fall! Today I made a simple recipe that’s perfect for the season – the roasted apples shared by Tea and Sympatico in Vegan MoFo 2016. After they finished baking, Zach and I went kayaking up the canal and then down the Schuylkill River; it was such a fun adventure! When we got home, I enjoyed a cup of roasted apples as dinner cooked; it was a perfect treat, like apple pie without the crust! 


Here’s Cringer being cute; she likes looking out the window – being between the window and the curtain – and then letting the curtain rest over her head when she turns back… 


Peace. :)

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  1. I love roasted apples and yours look so good! I'm so glad fall is coming even though I dread the winter.

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    1. Thanks so much! I'm really not looking forward to the cold, so I'm trying to enjoy fall as fully as I can before winter gets here! :)

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  2. These look perfect! I've made baked apple slices before but they didn't have that lovely golden colour. Your kitchen must smell amazing after making this.

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    1. Thanks, Bonnie; it definitely made the kitchen smell great! :)

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  3. Those apples look amazing! I bet the house smelled so good while they were baking. That would be delicious in some oatmeal. I NEED to make these asap!

    Haha Cringer! How adorable.

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    1. Thanks, Sarah! I'm definitely going to make another batch soon to use in oatmeal; I hope you enjoy them, too! :)

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  4. I love roasted apples, especially on porridge, or with a sponge cake topping. Heaven.

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    1. Thanks, Joey; I was also thinking they'd be a nice topping for waffles! :)

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  5. Yummy!! I love eating apples around this time of the year. Happy fall to you and yours, Julie and thank you for sharing the love and support of other vegan blogs! It's pretty commendable.

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  6. I love apple desserts, though I don't think I've had them roasted like that. Either in a pie or a crumble, or baked whole with something.

    Cringer, where is Cringer? I certainly don't see a Cringer. She is very well hidden. ;)

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    1. The cutest is when Cringer walks along the windowsill (completely behind the curtain) and pokes her head out just enough between the curtains to see if anyone notices her, hehe! :D

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  7. Love this idea! I can imagine the smell! I was just looking at apple trees today and considering some plantings. Future apples to bake perhaps!

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    1. Thanks, Stephanie; it smelled so good! Having future apples to bake is such a happy thought! :)

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