Pictures of the Holiday Season

Peyton and I love the sights of the season! we always take pictures! here is a collage we put together of some of the Holiday items we have seen!

We Hope you enjoy them!

Also, this week be sure and check out our blog as we will be having recipes for hot chocolate…apple cider recipes…Even some fun ways to drink coffee during the Holidays…. as well as some pictures of our favorite mugs! : )

We will also have some decorating tips… like how we made our Garland… Which is super easy…As well as some other ideas!

W will also have a blog dedicated to how to help give back during the holiday seasons in some ways that maybe you haven’t thought of!

We also have a blog dedicated to different small businesses that we personally love… As well as some other holiday gift ideas.

I absolutely love this time of year… this is my favorite time of year, and I love sharing my passion for this time of year and what we do in our home.

I know I’ve said it before, but I want to say it again…I am so thankful for each and everyone of you who have been reading my blogs each day of my 45 Awesomism days of the holidays… It means so much to me.

I love sharing how we celebrate the holidays in our home, and hopefully we can give you some ideas, as well as connect on common ideas and interests.

I would love to hear from you, if you have any ideas, or if you would love to be a guest blogger as well.

Tomorrow will be our charity Tuesday blog… Where we will talk about different ways to get back during the holiday season.

Hope each and everyone of you, have a very Awesome and blessed day…

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Pictures Of The Season

As we get ready for the World to start it’s Christmas Decorating… Let’s take a moment to look at the Beauty,Fun and Images of Fall/Autumn!

Beauty is everywhere…. If we take the time to look for things that make us smile.. we can and will find so many items… Here are a few of mine and Peyton’s favorite items that we have seen  ….. We have collected these from many places.

Hope you enjoy!

 

“Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality truly is.”
— Anonymous

 

Hope you enjoy our Images of the Season! we’d love to see your pictures!

As always thanks for reading my blog! We have lots more awesome stuff coming between now and New Years Day! Hope everyone has a very Blessed Sunday!

 

Dutch Apple Pie Recipe

I absolutely love a true Dutch apple pie.. it is one of my favorite desserts… My oldest son is obsessed with it as I am! My other kids really love it too, but he and I absolutely could eat it every day!

I got this recipe from a Dutch cookbook that I’ve had for years and years is so worn parts of falling off it is full of “Food samplings” 😂😂 but it is by far my favorite cookbook… It is full of good Dutch recipes…

                                     

This is a great recipe for Thanksgiving… in all the years that I’ve been making this, there’s only been maybe one or two people that didn’t think it was absolutely awesome. It’s easy to make, and it tastes absolutely delicious and is a great addition to any Thanksgiving dinner, or event over the holidays.

Dutch apple pie

9 inch pastry shell, unbaked

Filling:

5-6 tart apples, sliced

3/4 cup sugar

1 tsp cinnamon

2/3 cup flour

1/2 cup brown sugar

1/3 cup margarine

Preheat oven to 425°. Combine apples, sugar and cinnamon and placed in pie shell. Mix flour, brown sugar and margarine until crumbly. Sprinkle over apples and bake for 15 minutes. Reduce heat to 375 and bake 35 minutes more.

When you go to take it out of the oven, the top will look so bubbly and the brown sugar will almost have a caramel like look to it… I absolutely love this recipe it reminds me a lot of an amazing apple cobbler, only with a better topping.

I sometimes serve mine in a bowl with ice cream on top… This pie is not only absolutely awesome when it’s fresh out of the oven, but it’s also even exceptionally good reheated. I’ve even eaten it without heating it up again.

Another thing that I’ve done is double up on the amount of the apples, cinnamon and the sugar… And added a little bit of brown sugar and to it put that aside… And at a later time I’ve used that mixture in a cast iron skillet and made fried apples with it. This is also a great side dish, especially over the holidays with ham and mac & cheese.

I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do, and if you bake one… please send me your feedback as-well as a picture! I always love getting feedback on recipes…

As always, thanks for reading my blog! hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season.. please feel free to share with your friends, family and others on social media!

Thanks for following our 45 Awesomism Days of the Holidays

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