I’m finally sharing my apple crisp adventure with you from the apples that I picked in New Hampshire. Normally, I make my own recipe for apple crisp, but when we were in New Hampshire they had the cutest little bags of apple crisp mix. It is super yummy, and if you want to try the mix, you can buy it for $4.99 here. If you own an apple orchard and you have a recipe section on your website, I’m gonna guess that your recipes are pretty good. So, if you want to try some easy baking this Fall, check these recipes out. I’m always on the hunt for a yummy cobbler, crisp and pie recipe, so I’m gonna test all of these. If you try them too, let me know what you think, we all want to hear your thoughts.
This post was shot the same day our kitchen hood was finally installed, yay! Our kitchen is officially complete and I could not be more in love. The light that comes in makes me so happy. Even thought it rained all day today, I just loved looking out into the rainy yard. Big windows and big pieces of art are two of my favorite things in a home.
Aren’t these little aprons adorable? I got them from William Sonoma and they always have the best festive themed aprons. Don’t forget about Thanksgiving and Christmas aprons! My girls have these Christmas aprons from last year. These Halloween aprons are on sale for $19.99, so keep it mind for next year. I also get a lot of aprons, etc. from Pottery Barn Kids They are currently having a 20% off sale, so go check it out. It’s a great time to start your Christmas shopping for your kids and grandkids.
It has been a rainy gross day in Atlanta today. I didn’t leave the house the entire day because I was at home taking care of the baby. She has croup and she is just a pathetic little thing. She’s feeling much better, but my goodness what a scare!