Apple and Cinnamon Crumble a Secret Recipe

It’s that time again! I have made it to my second month of active participation in a ‘club’. It’s called the Secret Recipe Club where you are assigned a secret mission to be a ninja all over someone else’s blog, get to know them, check things out and pick a recipe and let it shine to the world. (Seriously, I would join any club where I got to be a secret ninja).

This month I was given Searching for Spice, Corina’s blog about trying new recipes. The site has tons of very diverse recipes and some even inspired by Top Chef challenges. How cool is that? I would never have the guts to tackle a lot of the challenges on Top Chef.

Since I’ve been all into Fall recipes, scents, apples and socks I chose to highlight this apple crumble.

 





Comments

  1. says

    Wow that crumble looks to die for! I am so glad you made it. So perfect for the fall season. I just went to an orchard this past weekend and got a TON of apples. I will be making this soon!

  2. says

    I’m usually a pumpkin addict during the fall but so far this year I’ve been loving apples! This crumble looks like a great way to use up my huge back of apples I recently picked at an apple orchard.

  3. says

    How did I miss this fabulous dessert???? I love apple desserts…and with ice cream and caramel just pushes this one over the top!!! YUM!

  4. Jessica says

    Oh man those look absolutely AMAZING! And I have to say I love, love, LOVE all of your dishware! Is there a particular store you like to purchase them from? Every single picture on your site I drool over the dishware ALMOST as much as the food.

    • Kita says

      I wish I could tell you where I’ve gotten most of my plates but a lot of them just have accumulated over the years. It looks like the Mad Hatter is throwing a 24/7 tea party at my house. However, I can say I have snagged a lot recently at TJ Maxx/Marshals/Home Goods. They are great to walk around and see what you can find on clearance!

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