If you’re like me you have 37 apples from your farm share this week and are searching for goodies to make with them. Anyone? Anyone? No, I guess not. Even if you don’t have apples out the wazoo, it looks like there are lots of folks taking the opportunity to get creative with their apples.
Oh my! Spiced Apple Bundt Cake with Tofutti Cinnamon Glaze. I MUST try this recipe! First I need to get some of those mini bundt pans. Job well done, Wasabi Peas. Go check out the great photos on the blog!
In addition to mini bundt pans, I wish I had a juicer so I could make this wonderfully-hued juice from Living on the Vedge!
Not only was MoFo roundup-er, Jeni Treehugger, creative in her use of apples in this post, she was creative in her stuffing vessel. I must admit, I had to look up the term “marrow.”
Clare from Always Autumn blogged about preserves, including Apple and Tomato Chutney, Apple and Blackberry Jam, and Apple Jelly! I’m planning on doing some preserving, so I loved looking at the photos and reading about all the great stuff Clare helped make.
Lisa from Raw on $10 A Day (or Less!) made a creamy spinach soup, including our star ingredient of the day, the apple! I love that green!
What a great idea over at Cooking for a Vegan Lover! Cranberry-Apple Glazed Tempeh? Yes!!
I also love this scientific evaluation that celyn over at Miso for Breakfast conducted on several types of apples, especially because THE BEST APPLE EVER came out the winner! (That’s the mighty Honeycrisp apple.)
You probably can’t relate to my over-abundance of apples (37?!), but I’m sure many of you, at least, can attest to the toll Vegan MoFo has taken on kitchens around the globe. Off I go to do some damage control (and prepare for my next MoFo post!) Happy recipe bookmarking!
I can totally relate to your overabundance of apples! I have about the same as you from my CSA too!
I didn’t count all of the apples I store in the basement at the moment but I bet there are at least 37, haha. Good to know I’m not the only one who’s crazy about apples.
37 apples! I hope lots are honeycrisp. I see pie in your future! I’ve been rolling around in my head the possibility of a savory apple pie with onions and maybe dried chanterelles, a miso or Marmite gravy, maybe, and topping it with caulipots and baking it like a shepherd’s pie.
Wow! Celyn, that sounds amazing!
Thanks for the mention! What I didn’t put in my post was that I came back with a big bag of unused windfall apples. A bit scabby but great for preserving. I definitely feel your apple joy/pain!