I love apples, and already posted recipes for Apple Dip, Apple appetizers, Apple Bundt Cake, and here is one from my sister-in-law, for a delicious Apple Sheet Cake.
I have some wonderful Jewish friends who are getting ready to celebrate the Passover Holiday.
I have previously prepared and posted several Passover recipes, but today I am providing pictures and links, for your convenience.
This European Apple Cake recipe has been shared with me by a friend of mine, and referred to as “Sharlotka”. The cake is made out of a very rich batter (lots of egg yolks and butter), which makes it so scrumptious.
This Blueberry Sweet Bread with a glass of milk makes a perfect after-school snack for your kids or grandkids. It is not too sweet and all those blueberries are so good for all of us.
My granddaughter gave it high marks, but my grandson expressed his preference for an apple cake.
This recipe is a very old favorite of mine. It reminds me of my grandmother’s cooking days and my Sunday visits to her with my mom.
I love these fluffy dumplings because they are so light in texture, and so delicious served with melted butter and sugar.
This recipe goes back to my great-grandmother who was of German descent, and most likely back to her mother and grandmother, which datewise would go back to the 1700s.