Reminiscent of the famous Martinique wallpaper at the iconic Beverly Hills hotel, palms have become one of the hottest trends in both home décor and fashion, and we just can’t get enough! In fact, we are palm crazy over here and inspired by our April Scent of the Month – Palm Breeze Glass Pillar Collection.
Fall is right around the corner so get prepared for crisp autumn breezes, beautiful foliage, and apples (lots of apples!). We are inspired by the season’s go-to fruit and dedicated our apple-based candles, Crisp Apple Premium Round and Baked Apple New Kitchen, as a few of our August Candles of the Month.
To satisfy your taste buds while enjoying the decadent aroma of these apple-scented candles, we’ve provided some of our favorite apple pie recipes. So grab your apron, and get ready to bake! And don’t worry these recipes are as easy as, well, apple pie. Enjoy!
Here’s a super easy, basic apple pie that the entire family will enjoy! Click on the link for the recipe as well as coupons or promotions available at your local grocery store.
*Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury.com.
This one is slightly more advanced in the prep, but it’s certainly worth the extra effort! Chef Emeril Lagasse provides a recipe for apple pie with a twist, adding cherries and a sweet oatmeal crumb topping. Delicious!
*Recipe courtesy of Emeril Lagasse on foodnetwork.com.
Here’s a down home recipe from Sunny Anderson on the Food Network. A homemade pie crust, fresh blueberries, and Golden Delicious apples come together making this a simply irresistable dessert.
*Recipe courtesy of Sunny Anderson on foodnetwork.com.
This recipe won 1st prize for best apple pie in the 2003 Food Network Challenge. Given an “intermediate” rating on foodnetwork.com, this recipe is going to provide more of a challenge for the average baker. Put your skills to the test and prepare this tasty treat!
*Recipe courtesy of Marles Riessland on foodnetwork.com.
Do you have a favorite apple pie recipe or baking tips? Please share!