Saturday, September 13, 2014

{ Our 2014 Fall Porch }

Hope you all had an amazing weekend! We had some great weather here in the north! It was a perfect 73 & sunny, can't get much better then that! Along with touching up our garage, adding fence, & cleaning the garage, & vehicles I  managed to snap a few shots. Our front porch is packed with everything Fall & more ha-ha! Grab an iced pumpkin latte & take a peek at our Fall loving ! :)



What's Fall decor without a porch chandelier ?! 
Side Note: This chandelier was a free find! :)


2 weeks & 1 day before the official Fall season starts..I'm not that early right!? He-he!!

I know the witches broom is more Halloween,but it's darling!!

Wonderful Mum, from my mum!!


Can't wait to see all your creative & festive decor  ideas! 


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Friday, September 12, 2014

{ Apple Pie with a slight twist }

It's the weekend !! It's been rather cool here the last few days & I'm perfectly okay with that!! Cool weather means Fall has  { in my book } officially started! It was quite chilly again today so I decided to make a delicious apple pie! This apple pie is extra sweet / gooey & made with a 'secret' ingredient! Keep reading & find out  what the simple secret is ;) !



  • 1-2 bags Apple of your choice { I use Macintosh }
  • half stick Butter
  • 4-5 tablespoons Cinnamon
  • 3 tablespoons Vanilla Extract
  • 2 tablespoons Sugar
  • 3 tablespoons HONEY<~~
  • 3 pinches brown sugar 
  • Crust of choice
* Garnish with some thick vanilla ice cream & a tall glass of milk!  *

After you've peeled & diced or halved the apples mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl. Make sure all of the apples are coated nicely with the mixture. If the apples seem to need more just add an adjusted amount of each ingredient to the bowl. Now set your mixture aside for a few minutes & get your dish ready with the pie crust. I used store bought , because homemade is a bit to flaky & thin for this hearty apple pie recipe. You can use any crust { store bought or homemade }. Line the dish & fill the pie just over the rim of the dish!  Add a few butter squares  around the dish & then cover your pie & pinch edges closed! Last ,but not least put a few slits in the top of your pie & sprinkle some cinnamon on top. Bake on 350 until golden brown!

Side Note: I always use a cooking tray to set my dish on while baking just in case some pie filling drips out !!