Substitute for spy apples

 

Snickers are one of my absolute favorite Candy Bars!  I love them!  It is also apple season and the perfect time to incorporate them into any recipes we can!  While this isn’t your typical “Salad” it may be one of my favorites :)  Maybe its all the sugar and sweetness, I don’t know… haha!

This recipe is awesome!  I know there are many different versions out there, but this is how I make mine and have been making it for a while now. It whips up in a matter of 10 minutes and then chills until ready to serve.  Easy Peasy! The recipe I use is from Food.com but I tweaked it very subtly. I took it to my cousin-in-law’s twins 1st birthday party and there was not a trace of it left by the end of the party!

I can't wait to try this. Perfect sweet treat for fall. do you peel your apples? Do they stay looking ok in the mixture or turn a little brown? Thanks!

Substitute for spy apples

Are you ready to feed your family by what you grow and raise? If you want to reduce your dependency on the commercial food supply, you better start now. It is important to develop a functional homestead capable of producing enough food to live on before you need it.

Establishing crops, building infrastructure, raising animals and working out the kinks all takes time, and you may have a few less successful years before you can really eat off the grid.

Assuming you have a house on cleared land, with at least one usable outbuilding already constructed, then you will be able to focus on growing food. With long working days, attention to seasonal change and weather, efficient work practices, and regular routines, two adults can work the land for food within a few years. Figuring in planting time, growing time, daily chores, pest and weed control, soil maintenance and construction, it would be reasonable to expect a partially self-sufficient homestead within three years, and a fully sustaining one in around five years. In addition to a milk source (cows or goats), you should plan on having:

Snickers are one of my absolute favorite Candy Bars!  I love them!  It is also apple season and the perfect time to incorporate them into any recipes we can!  While this isn’t your typical “Salad” it may be one of my favorites :)  Maybe its all the sugar and sweetness, I don’t know… haha!

This recipe is awesome!  I know there are many different versions out there, but this is how I make mine and have been making it for a while now. It whips up in a matter of 10 minutes and then chills until ready to serve.  Easy Peasy! The recipe I use is from Food.com but I tweaked it very subtly. I took it to my cousin-in-law’s twins 1st birthday party and there was not a trace of it left by the end of the party!

I can't wait to try this. Perfect sweet treat for fall. do you peel your apples? Do they stay looking ok in the mixture or turn a little brown? Thanks!

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This fruit based dessert has the same flavors as apple pie without the guilt of a fattening crust, clocking in at around 200 calories a piece!

“My oh my this is so easy! I did this early this morning with my 6 and 3 year old girls as a treat for after dinner tonight.”

“They love cooking with me. The pictures and memories fill our kitchen and dining room walls! The house smells so good! I can not wait to eat them!”