Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Authors in Bloom Giveaway Hop



Sweet goodness with a dose of fruit. Give it a try.

Apple Nachos


4 large Granny Smith apples, sliced
35 large marshmallows
1/4 cup butter
35 caramels
1 Tbsp evaporated milk (or half and half)
 1/4 cup mini semi-sweet morsels
2 Tbsp chocolate syrup

Slice apples and arrange on platter. In saucepan, melt marshmallows and butter until creamy. Set aside. In microwave dish, melt caramels with milk (cooking in 30 second intervals, and stirring). Set aside. Pour marshmallow cream over apple slices, followed by caramel sauce. Drizzle chocolate syrup and sprinkle with peanuts and mini chocolate morsels. Serve immediately and enjoy!

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17 comments:

  1. I always make strawberry jam and its really easy 4 cups strawberries, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 1/3c sugar. Combine all this in a pan and stir and heat for about 10 minutes crushing you strawberries as you do.

    In a side dish put cold water and 2 envelopes of geltin. When you berry mix is at a fast boil add this and stir until geltin is complete dissolved.
    Laddle into jars and now you have strawberry jam..... If you mix comes out runny like mine does sometimes it is still great for an ice cream topper.

    savannahm1987@gmail.com

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  2. We love making fried green maters in the summer time.

    2 or 3 green tomatos, egg, flour, oil, salt n pepper

    Mix salt, pepper, and egg in bowl.
    Put flour in a plate.
    Slice your tomatos (Thin is best)

    Roll maters in flour, then your egg mixture, and again in the flour then fry until lightly browned and take up and place on a napkined plate to catch any grease.

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  3. i love cooking and one of my favorite recepies is stir fried rice and broccoli. a great comfort food :)

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  4. put fruit peels under the trees

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  5. my hubby does most of the cooking here. Sharma Darby rdarby@roadrunner.com

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  6. Very cool twist on nachos, Lakisha! It's good to *meet* you. :)

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  7. I live in Amish country, so the good soil is my best "trick". Those nachos sounds wonderful!

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  8. My mother makes this amazing Cauliflower cheesy soup that's excellent. It's thick and creamy and cheesy!
    Thanks for the giveaways!
    I'd like to be entered into BOTH!
    mestith at gmail dot com

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  9. I don't have an amazing tip but i can tell you how to make blue ribbon salad... you can make it to taste and size... You need Bushel of fresh broccoli( normally buy about 3 bushels of just heads), Cauliflower(one head), one red onion, pack of bacon, apple cider vinager, sugar, mayo, Bag of Shreaded Mild Chedder cheese.

    Cut Broccoli and Cauliflower in to bite sized peices, Fry bacon till crispy(set on paper towels to cool &degrease), Dice red onion (include in bowl with Broccoli & caulifower)

    mix Cup or so Mayo (4 table spoons vinegar/ add little bits of sugar to mayo/vinegar mix to taste pour over vegtables, add crumbled bacon & cheese put in fridge to cool... Serve .

    I cook based on taste so mesurements for sauce/consistancy is up to you.

    j.m.platt83@gmail.com

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  10. Interesting recipe.
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

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  11. I love a good easy recipe and one of my favorites is a pudding parfait, where you layer fruit of your choice, pudding and whipped cream in a martini glass! Following on FB and hope you'll come by my page and do the same! http://www.ninetteswann.com/2013/04/authors-in-bloom-blog-hop.html

    ninette.swann at gmail.com

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  12. Oh gosh, this is a fun recipe!! I like roasting brussel sprouts with just a little bit of onion, garlic, salt, pepper and some olive oil :) Yum! Thanks!
    oddball2003 at hotmail dot com

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  13. Zucchini with Parmesan cheese! Yum yum! Cut in half, bake 10-15 min at 350' flip side, add cheese, bake another 5


    Gatosqueak at gmail dot com

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  14. Thanks for sharing! Yummy recipe! I want some, right now! lol I dont have any great tips. Though, i love fruit, i have to have caramel with all of it. lol Love dipping! hehe Thank you!
    shadowluvs2read(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. i love the taste of caramel with apples

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  15. Apple Nacho sounded scary at first, but then I saw the recipe. yummy! ;) Thanks for sharing.
    -Kara
    kara-at-karaashleydey.com

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    1. i stumbled across this recipe when i was looking for a fruit salad recipe

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