putting your mofo where your apple is. or, uh…

We are more than halfway through VeganMoFo (can I hear a WOO?) and I would be remiss, as a Central New York food blogger, if I didn’t do an apple round-up. Here in the arctic tundra (aka Syracuse) apple-picking is an annual ritual, and apples are among the only fresh fruit that we can source locally through the long, dark, cold winter. Plus, you know, apples are awesome. As evidenced by these mofo-ers:

A-K, from Swell Vegan, gives us this raw apple crisp:

Over at MeanSoyBean, we’ve got these autumn apple pancakes going:

A Bear’s Fare gives us farmers market apple fritters (yes, please!)

Lindsay, over at Cooking for a Vegan Lover gives us this apple pie that is just begging us to eat it:

Or, if you want to keep it even simpler, go on to Wannabe A Vegan and check out this baked apple recipe… YUMZ.

Eat some apples, people. I’m serious.

-bazu

About bazu

eater, teacher, lover, traveler - I want the world to be my oyster. My vegan May Wah oyster, of course.
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7 Responses to putting your mofo where your apple is. or, uh…

  1. Mo says:

    Must make something with apple! Those fritters!

  2. kelly g. says:

    Hells yes on those fritters!

  3. Those apple creations look awesome! Lately I’ve been making a raw vegan apple crumble that I created a couple months ago. The recipe link is actually on my weekly recap post that I just put up a today. I love reading what everyone does with apples!

  4. Kelly says:

    Whoa, that raw apple crisp is killin’ me! Yummm.

  5. Jenn says:

    Those pancakes look delish. I just got another 2 dozen New York apples from my CSA, so I keep the apple recipes coming!

  6. shannonmarie says:

    I’m with Averie and the raw apple crisp. I’ve also been enjoying my share lately. Thanks for highlighting a raw recipe (but don’t tell anyone I still enjoy gawking at the cooked ones, too).

  7. cookingforaveganlover says:

    Thanks for the mention!!!

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