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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Gooseberry Patch Recipe #10! EASY Apple Popovers




Dear Readers  I have saved you the fastest treat from Fast Fix Meals for my last recipe.

Don't blink!

You only need FOUR ingredients, and I only used TWO~!

1 10 oz. tube refrigerated flakey biscuits
2 C. sweetened applesauce
1 C.  Powdered Sugar
3-4 T milk


Press the biscuits into the pans.

Spoon the applesauce on top of the biscuits.  Yep, this is some homemade applesauce from last year. Yummy!

A closer look.

Now the book says to bake at 300 for 10-15 minutes, and here is where I had a problem.  After the allotted time, these little dears were no where near done, and it was getting close to leave time for the final soccer games.  The biscuit package said to bake them at 400 for the same amount of time, so I cranked up the oven, and took them out right before we left.!

Here is where you can mix the last two ingredients together and make some yummy icing to go over the turnovers, but I am trying to cut down on sugar, so I left it off, and they were dandy like this!
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Ta Da!  I finished my ten recipes so it's time to give away my extra copy of this fun cookbook!

This is my first give away, so let's hope I set it up correctly.  Here goes and GOOD LUCK!  I will tell you the winner's name next Friday!



19 comments:

  1. DRAT! Hang in there. This give away thingy is getting the better of me and I have a volleyball game to go to. Please come back tomorrow to enter, and hopefully I will have it all figured out by then!

    ~The management!

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  2. I just want to publicly say that I adore Miss Cris Goode and her emergency computer fix-it skills when I try to do something for the first time and she is like 150 miles away or something like that! Hugs to Cris!

    Now you may enter at will! :-)

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  3. You crack me up! Congrats on your first giveaway :)

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  4. A great recipe and congrats on your first give away!

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  5. These look yummy! I am eager to try them. I would love to win your 1st giveaway!
    rhondaree1958@yahoo.com

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  6. Hi Lana, Great recipe... I always enjoy your interesting recipes... Makes me hungry!!!!

    Please don't include me in your Giveaway. I don't participate anymore. Thanks anyway.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  7. Oh! I have apples in the freezer that I've been trying to decide how to use...this is it!! Definitely a harvest dessert for a big group. Thanks for sharing and congrats on your first giveaway.

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  8. They really look good even though you thought they weren't done sure look tasty.

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  9. The apply popovers look really good. I may have to try these this weekend. Good luck with your 1st giveaway. jkdixon@ritterne.com

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  10. Oooh...Yummy & simple...Thank you! Congrats on your first giveaway as well~ =)

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  11. Excited to see the giveaway! And have to try these popovers!

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  12. Looks great, would love to win! :)

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  13. Excited to see if I can win one of these...congrats too...ciao4now64@yahoo.com

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  14. What a simple recipe but it sounds so yummy! Kind of like a mini apple pie. Great for fall too. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Looks like a fast way to whip up a treat for the family. I'll have to give this a try :)

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  16. Those look yummy and I like that it isn't a complicated recipe. Can't wait to try them.

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  17. What a super simple recipe! I'm like you, just love my homemade applesauce. Sadly this year the hail took care of all the apples.

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  18. Whooo congrats on the giveaway!!

    I hope it goes well!!!

    Big hugs
    Leontien

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  19. Yum! I think I will make these with Lucy when she visits!

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