Friday, October 21, 2011

Little Apples Give Away

In the spirit of the fall season, I'd like to give away some Little Apples! Who's in?


To enter to win this fun red and aqua collection of 8 Fat Quarters, please leave a comment with your favorite way to eat apples. Apple pie? Carmel apples? Apples sauce? Plain 'ole raw apples? Feel free to link to recipes too so we can all get inspired to do some baking! :-)

Want an extra entry? Follow my blog and let me know you did in a comment.

Deadline to enter is Thursday, October 27 midnight EST. Good luck!

Hope your weekend is full of wonderful fall goodness!

133 comments:

  1. That's as easy one--apple cider! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  2. I'm going to have to go with apple pie (warm with vanilla ice cream...)

    Kristin

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  3. we eat apples by the bucket full at my house. plain old apples out of the fruit bowl all year round. If I am feeling really fancy I will make spiced apple pumpkin bread muffins. They make a good breakfast even in the bebegirls calls them cupcakes.

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  4. My favorite way is Caramel Apple Pie. Yummy! I can't even gag down applesauce to this day because when I was little I had rheumatic fever and had to take penicillin for a month. They mixed it in the applesauce. Horrible!!! I learned to swallow pills really quickly.

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  5. I follow:) Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  6. Apple crumble with plenty of custard for me please!!

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  7. I love any kind of apples, but my favorite would be an apple pie from scratch. I use Martha's basic recipe and it's so yummy!

    http://www.marthastewart.com/344255/old-fashioned-apple-pie

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  8. My fav is totally Apple Pie with vanilla ice cream.

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  9. I like raw apples, sliced. Or apple fritter donuts. Mmmmmm.

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  10. I'm in! Unfortunately, I don't much care for apples in their raw & healthy state. Give me apple crisp! With ice cream!

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  11. I'm a follower, too. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  12. peeled and cut with a instant corer and segmenter (it does it all in one go) and then my husband and I share the segments and the bird (Poppy, our pink and grey Galah) gets the core. You should hear her protests if I forget!(actually you might, they are pretty loud!) She loves to fidget the seeds out and eats them carefully one by one. TMI?

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  13. I follow too. You ask good questions!

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  14. Homemade applesauce from the really tart, first-of-season apples! It does take quite a bit of sugar, but it is so good. Nancy

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  15. I also follow your blog (and podcast). Nancy

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  16. We love just eating plain apples sometimes with almond butter or peanut butter on them! thanks!

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  17. I am a follower too! thanks again!

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  18. Apple crisp! Or hard apple cider.
    Thanks,

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  19. Either caramel apples or apple slices with peanut butter. YUM. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. My friend makes a great caramel sauce dip for apples. That's my favorite way to eat apples. I don't have a recipe - apparently it's top secret!

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  21. I love apple tarts. I used to have a recipe for a Mexican apple pie using flour tortillas instead of crust. It was more like the apple tarts my aunt and grandmother used to make (except their's were fried!).

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  22. Hi! I love upside down apple pie. Yummy! We use Granny Smiths for the tartness.
    http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Upside-Down-Apple-Pie

    Hope you like it too!
    Sandy A

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  23. Oh, and I already follow your blog!

    Sandy A

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  24. Apple pie with milk on top for me, please. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. My grandson (3 years) loves apples, yesterday we were at the grocery store and unbeknownst to me he started taking a bite out of several apples. I knew there was a reason he was too quiet.

    Nonnie
    nonniequiltingdreams@gmail.com

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  26. I have made TWO of Ina Garten's French Apple Tarts in the last few days...it is THAT good. Plus it is super easy to make and keeps well overnight (it never makes it past that). It is glazed with apricot jam after it is cooked and it is so worth checking out!
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/french-apple-tart-recipe/index.html

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  27. I always do apple crisp becuase it is SO easy and yummy, but I just tried this apple crostata recipe a few weeks ago and I may have a new favotire! It's an amazing recipe! http://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/2011/09/apple-crostata

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  28. Also, came over from Stash Resolution and now follow you here!

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  29. Warm apple butter!!! YUM! :) Thanks for the chance at this great giveaway!

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  30. I'm you're newest follower! :)

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  31. Raw Apples fresh from the Orchard or cut up with caramel. Thank you for the chance to win. I am now a follower, and I look forward to getting to know you.

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  32. I like apples with carmel dip

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  33. Second, I have to go with warm apple crisp and cinnamon ice cream.

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  34. Apple and blackberry crumble for me (is that apple and brambles for you?) with lovely home made thick custard. Only cold out the fridge the next day is also great.

    I only eat green apples, but have no such prejudice for fabric apples!!

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  35. I am already a follower! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  36. Hey! I met you at the guild, glad to find your blog now :)

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  37. Apple Butter on toast or biscuits. I crave apple butter.

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  38. Hot fried apples or something my family used to make that my grandma called Apple Jack

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  39. I love making an individual crustless apple pie in the microwave. Of course, since I've saved calories by omitting the crust I can add some homemade vanilla ice cream on top :-)

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  40. I love sliced apples dipped in natural peanut butter! Yummy!

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  41. Fresh - crisp and cool from the fridge

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  42. Homade apple crisp warm from the oven!!

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  43. I love my apples raw, although I have to core and cut them - somehow they taste different that way! Thanks

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  44. I love to eat peeled raw apples :D

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  45. New Follower1!
    Thanks for the chance :D

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  46. super cute fabric?? I'm in! Fave apple recipe: core 4 peeled apples and fill hole with a Tbsp butter, some cinnamon and sugar. Roll out a sheet of puff pastry (room temp), cut into 4, wrap apples. Sprinkle with cinnamon & sugar, bake in preheated 350 oven 30 minutes or so. Serve with ice cream. Mmmmmmmm...

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  47. I like to dip mine in peanut butter. My friends think thats gross, but it's my favorite 'healthy' snack :)

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  48. That's a toss up between apple pie and apple sauce! Don't make me choose!

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  49. Apple Crisp, heavy on the crisp!

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  50. I like to cut up crisp raw apples into slices and then spread crunchy peanut butter on them. Yum! :)

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  51. I'm a new follower via gfc! :)

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  52. my favorite is a plain, cold, Honeycrisp apple. No other comes near them. They are in their very short season now :)

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  53. I love caramel apples!!! Beautiful fabric!!!

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  54. I just made a recipe called Apple-Pie Cake, which I found on marthastewart.com. It was yummy and easy! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  55. I follow your blog too - just switched over ... and your podcast ... Thanks!

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  56. My family likes Apple Crumble with custard. It's English, and I think it's like Apple Crisp.

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  57. My favorite apples are caramel apples, but just plain, sliced apples come in a close second.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(Dot)com

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  58. I follow as Renee G on gFC
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

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  59. Love to eat my apples with caramel, or this fruit dip (which is great on all fruit, not just apples): http://recipes.familyeducation.com/appetizers-and-snacks/caramel-cream-cheese-dip/49776.html

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  60. I am a follower - thanks for the chance!

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  61. mine is really simple, and no cooking! slice an apple, mix some chopped pecans into honey greek yogurt and dip! so excellent!

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  62. Mmmm, I'm in :) I like warm apple crisp, but hot apple cider is a close second :)

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  63. Oh, and I follow your blog too, lol!

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  64. My favorite way to eat apples is raw, and in the Fall! The smell just seems to go with the season!

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  65. Apple cranberry bourbon pie! I keep cranberries in the freezer year round in case I get the urge for one in the spring or summer. Ah mazing ;)

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  66. It has to be hot apple pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!

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  67. In October, I get to eat apples straight from the tree...what a treat! But...after that is over? Apple crisp. With whipped cream. Mmmmm.....

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  68. I like apple slices dipped in vanilla yogurt, and hot apple cider. :)

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  69. I'm a new follower of your blog.

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  70. My favorite way to eat apples is apple crisp with carmel sause. Yum! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  71. Apple pie, but not just any apple pie :) My absolute favorite is the Sour Cream Apple Pie (found the recipe at Posie Gets Cozy - http://rosylittlethings.typepad.com/posie_gets_cozy/2008/10/sour-cream-appl.html). Thanks for the great giveaway!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  72. I follow your blog!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  73. I just took an apple crisp out of the oven and does my place ever small wonderful. But I love apples any way you can do them and I am always trying new recipes. I am a follower of your blog and I just love the "Little Apples" fabric. Blessings Sandra

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  74. Mmm...probably caramel apples since I only get those once a year!

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  75. I like reading your blog and and listening to your podcasts.

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  76. I like making gourmet caramel apples as gifts. You can find the recipe at: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/gourmet-caramel-apples/detail.aspx These look so pretty wrapped up in clear wrap and a bow.

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  77. Hi! I just started listening to your podcast, Stash Resolution, and am starting from Episode 1. I am just starting to get into quilting, right now I am in the research process and your podcast is helping me a lot.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  78. I love apple pie, but I'm also happy with just a plain fresh apple. Thanks for a great give away.
    Sue
    Suebasket at aol dot come

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  79. We eat apples from Pfeiffer Orchard in Yellow Springs any way we can get them!

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  80. Apples are probably my favorite fruit - easy to eat, not any preparation and just plain awesome! Pink Lady apples are my favorite, and my favorite way to eat them is just as they come... it is also my favorite pie. :) So glad to see you are getting out and about with the baby!

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  81. I follow your blog (hello from your southern neighbor in West Chester)!

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  82. I love apple pie, but I don't make it that often (lucky for my waistline!). I've been enjoying apple slices dipped in a fleur de sel caramel sauce.

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  83. funny you should ask, this weekend I made and canned applesauce, apple pie filling and the most requested by the girls apple butter which is my favorite too..

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  84. I'm an apple pie girl!

    Also - I wasn't able to get any audio on your most recent podcast. Did anyone have this issue? :)

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  85. I just realized I only left one comment, but I am a new follower so I get 2! Thank you for the chance.

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  86. Apple crisp, hands down - and yes, heavy on the crisp. Now I have to go make some. It's snowing here in Denver so the timing is perfect!

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  87. I eat a raw apple almost every day -- that's my favorite! :)

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  88. When we lived in Cali, I got a recipe for "Apple Hill Cake." Too yummy for words!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  89. I'd follow your blog but your follower button doesn't appear to be working. Let me know and I join right up.

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  90. I love eating apples with a bit of salt on them. It works best with green apples. Man, my mouth is watering just thinking about it. I just cut it into wedges and sprinkle on the salt.

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  91. Apple crisp is my favorite . Made some the other night

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  92. I am a follower and I also listen to your podcast.

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  93. I have a great apple cake recipe. It uses whole wheat flour and I consider it very healthy!

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