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It’s getting to be that season where you want something crunchy and juicy, but warm and gooey all at the same side! We here are RentAnAppleTree understand that feeling all too well. The fall season in Upstate NY can get chilly and bitter very quickly! So, how you you stay warm on these nippy October afternoons? You chop up some amazing Rent an Apple Tree apples and pair the sandwich with a cup of hot tomato soup for a start! Many thanks to Martha Stewart for her always flawless recipes-
Place 1 slice of cheese on 1 slice of bread. Layer bacon, apple, sprouts, and remaining slices of cheese and bread on top
Spread half the butter on top of sandwich. Heat a medium skillet over medium heat, and place sandwich, butter side down, in skillet.
Spread remaining butter on top of sandwich. Cook until cheese is melted and bread is golden brown, flipping once, about 12 minutes.
Enjoy! Don’t forget to stop by our Rent an Apple Tree website because, if you’re anything like us, you believe that the best food is made with the very best ingredients!
If you’re anything like me, coleslaw is a food group. Any type! Broccoli slaw is a personal favorite, and I’m sure this apple slaw is going to fit right up there with the others once I try it! With harvest season upon us, now is the best time to try this amazing recipe with your even more amazing Rent an Apple Tree apples! Check it out-
Enjoy! Let us know how yours turns out!
We all know what it’s like when life gets hectic- rushing from here to there, no time for anything, especially not cooking an extravagant meal! Life here at RentAnAppleTree.com is no different! We know just how busy you can get and unfortunately sometimes that means that food gets pushed to the wayside and goes bad.
Fear not! Thanks much the TheNeeds for these nifty ideas on how to salvage those amazing apples. Check it out-
Even if your apples are old and starting to get a little mealy, that’s ok! Cut away and bruised areas and get cooking. Once the apples cook down, they’ll be totally delicious.
If you think applesauce is great, just wait until you try apple butter. It’s absolutely amazing! Apple butter is made by slow cooking apples past the point of applesauce, until it becomes a thick, glossy, glorious spread.
Older and softer apples are great to blend into smoothies! They pair especially well with peanut butter, banana, and yogurt.
Stirring chunks of apple into oatmeal as it cooks, is a nice way to add some extra flavor to your meal. And, the apple acts as a natural sweetener. If you’re feeling motivated, we recommend roasting the apples beforehand!
Fall is not complete without apple pie! This just might be my personal favorite way to use up old apples.
No dehydrator? No problem! It’s easy to make apple chips in the oven. Dried apples make a nice nutritious snack and a lovely garnish for desserts.
Apples pairs well with so many different kinds of soup! They play especially nice with parsnips, butternut squash, carrot and pumpkin.
I like to think of baked apples as inside-out apple crisp. They’re a simple, weeknight-worthy dessert with just a few ingredients. The apple core is scooped out and filled with a mixture of oats, brown sugar, and warm spices, then baked to warm perfection.
So, how are you going to use every single one of your amazing Rent an Apple Tree apples? Let us know on our Facebook page or here on this Blog!
So, I know it’s not even harvest season yet (sorry to all the farmers!), but as soon as I see those instant pumpkin bread boxes in Wegmans it’s Fall in my eyes!
However, we here at Rentanappletree.com don’t believe in boxed mixes when fresh apples and sugar are readily available! Check out this amazing recipe compliments of All Recipes! Click here for the original recipe or continue reading below!
Let cool and enjoy! Let us know how yours turn out and don’t forget to check out our RentanAppleTree.com webpage!
And you know what that means!!
Fresh, crisp, Rent an Apple Tree apples delivered to yours or your loved ones front door! We’ve been undergoing changes this summer to bring you the best service and apple quality possible.
Rentanappletree.com is dedicated to bringing you the highest level of produce we can manage and we can’t wait to start the season right! As you know, apples are available in your local grocery store year round. What you may not have known, however, is that the actual harvest season for apples runs from about September-November and that is the peak time to get apples!
Rentanappletree.com is available all year round to order our amazing apples to be delivered at this opportune time, and provide you and your loved ones with the perfect flavors to get the season up and running!
Don’t take my word for it, though! Find out for yourself at rentanappletree.com!! Any questions or comments can be directed to email@example.com, and we will respond as quickly and completely as possible.
We here at Rent an Apple Tree hope you are as excited for a fantastic harvest seasons as we are!!
So, the baked brie with apples recipe we shared earlier in the year has officially been taken to the next level! I was experimenting in the kitchen the other night and this is what I came up with… Enjoy!
2. Replace the top half of the brie and repeat the process of another layer of apples and brown sugar.
3. Wrap the brie in the crescent rolls and coat with melted butter and bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes.