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Christmas means you’ll find fruitcakes on sale in every store. Multifruitcake

. Actually, more than zero is too much for me. I don’t like fruit bread. It doesn’t look attractive at all. Today is Foodie Extravaganza Day and this month’s theme is, as you might guess, fruit pie. I thought about giving up, but then decided that I would make and eat fruitcake instead of the traditional fruitcake. I found something so good it happened so quickly. I actually gave away most of it, but the ones I kept we ate right away. I hope you enjoy this Cinnamon Apple Pie for my FoodieExtravaganza Challenge this month. Scroll to the end of this post to find the other 8 seed pods.

There is this apple orchard at my friends place. In fact, they grow all kinds of things: apples, pears, pears, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, green beans, peas, I could go on. I brought apples twice this fall. I canned the apples with applesauce. This is very good. The last batch they brought me went into cake. Actually some of the last classes because I had a big bag with me.

While doing this, I decided to use these beautiful baskets and give them to the ladies I visit. I hope they like the cake. I also used two small, 6-inch, half-crust pans. You can use a 9×13 pan, but a bundt pan would also be fine.

Whatever you decide to make, I hope you enjoy the cake. This time of year is truly beautiful with the wonderful smell of cinnamon coming from your kitchen.
Another delicious version of the traditional apple pie. 9.97

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Thoroughly grease a 9 x 13 pan.
Mix the butter and sugar in a mixing bowl.
Add the eggs one by one and mix well.
Add salt, baking powder, cinnamon and ginger. Mix well. Add
flour little by little and mix well.
Add the apples and mix well.
Add the apples and walnuts and mix gently until combined.
Equipment distribution.
Bake for 50-60 minutes until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out.
After the cakes have cooled, mix the powdered sugar, milk and vanilla until smooth. If it looks too soft, add a little more powdered sugar. If it seems too thick, add more milk.
Pour the mixture into a plastic bag or piping bag and pipe onto the cake.


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