6 APPLES, ½ C. SUGAR, ½ TSP. CINNAMON
Mix and place in 8 X8 ungreased pan.
1/3 C. BUTTER, ½ C. SUGAR, ¾ C. FLOUR
Mix until crumbly and sprinkle evenly on Top of apples.
Baked 350-400 degree for 40-60 minutes.
May be doubled and placed in 13 x 9 pan.
1 C. OATMEAL ½ C. BROWN SUGAR
½ C. FLOUR ½ C. BUTTER
Blueberries to cover at least a single layer over base.
Mix first 3 ingredients, cut in butter.
Press all but ½ cup on bottom of 8” baking dish, ungreased.
Layer blueberries on top and crumble ½ c. of dry ingredients on top. Bake at 350 degree for about one hour or until blueberries are bubbling.
Can easily be doubled and placed in a 13 x 9 pan.
In a bowl cream shortening and sugar. Add egg and vanilla. Combine flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Add to the cream mixture. Stir in apples. Spoon into a greased 8” square pan. Bake at 350 for 45-50 minutes or until a toothpick inserted near the center comes out clean. Note: The mixture may be very dry when put into the pan, but this is normal.
¼ PK apples-about 7 - McIntosh, Melrose, Cortland, etc.
Peel, core and slice into 8ths. Place in 3qt. pan with ½ cup water or apple cider. Simmer until apples are tender. Add ½ cup *sugar, (or to taste!) Spices may be added- ½ teaspoon cinnamon or ½ teaspoon nutmeg.
1 Cup flour
½ cup old-fashioned rolled oats,
½ cup brown sugar,
Filling: ¾ CUP SUGAR, 1 (16OZ) can pumpkin, 1(12oz) can evaporate milk, 2 eggs, 1 tesp cinnamon, ½ tesp salt, ½ tesp. ginger, ¼ tesp. Cloves
Mix Crust, Filling, Topping separately. Press crust in bottom of 13x9” baking pan Bake 15min; 350º Pour filling over crust; continue baking 20mins. Mix toppings and sprinkle over filing; continue baking 15-25mins. Until inserted knife comes out clean. Topping: ½ cup brown sugar ½ cup chopped pecans (optional)
You may core apples - cut into eighths - cook until apples are soft and then press through a food mill or sieve.
* more or less sugar depending on the tartness. Some apples like Golden Delicious and Cortland may need no sugar.
Melrose is our most recomended apple for baking. It has a great flavor and firm enough it won't fall apart before you want it to.
Golden Delicous is very sweet and will add natural sugar to any baking project.
Cortland / Jonamac / Macoun when a bit over ripe will make a pink apple sauce if you cook them with the skin and then put it through a sieve.