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Wednesday, August 3, 2011


keeps the Doctor away...
when they are in a delightful and delicious
You can go HERE for this delightful recipe.
My Grandpa Jackson used to sit on my momma's front porch and
peel his apple
and that peeling came off in
I tried and tried and tried
but I never could do that.
O yeah...I'm the woman ! 
 MY cake looks different from HER cake because
I am such a 
I used frozen rolls...
let them rise...
smashed 'em flat...
put the apples and goody stuff on each one.
I then placed them all in a RED loaf pan

...turns out it is a LOT like

and may I just say
when I make them again, (i say THEM because I will make TWO next time)
I will find a way to cut down the sugar a bit as they are pretty sweet and,
don'tchaknow this would be fantastic with PECANS or WALNUTS....
Very good and I will have a big piece of it
along with big, ripe strawberries
in the morning for breakfast...
along with four   A cup of DUNKIN DONUTS COFFEE..
xoxo bj
I am joining in with
Thank you, ladies, for these fun meme


Julie said...

Glad I can type this because my mouth is watering too much to talk! I just did a post about our Grand daughter and her first riding lesson.. so much fun!

Anonymous said...

wow this does look good,, yumo!

Barbara F. said...

I like semihomemade recipes, too. This sounds good, especially in the a.m. with a really good cup of coffee. xo,

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Looks great BJ, I'm having a bit of an apple craving! You go girl on keeping the apple peel in one piece-have fun:@)

Mariette's Back to Basics said...

Dearest BJ,

So great to see a 'golden' lady blogging! Just found you and follow.
Neither could I ever peel in one length an apple... bad luck I guess. But this recipe looks yummy.
Have a great remainder of the week and just have a look at my posts...



Vee said...

It looks amazing. I've never tried to peel an apple in one spiral myself. I'll wait for September.

Twilight_fan_101 said...

Well slap my momma! This looks so good! I am bookmarking this for future use. I can't wait to get back and make this! Thanks for posting it! Woo hoo on the one peel apple! It is very hard.

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

They sound so good!!!

Debby said...

There are the handsome grandsons. What was I thinking. You just posted about the one getting married. I am a little slow......must be the heat.
Now that looks yummy but won't be able to eat that one. (((((HUGS))))

On Crooked Creek said...

Those grands are such a glamorus and handsome group! No wonder you smile all the time!!! If this Apple Fritter had pecans on the top..."Mr. Ed" would be drooling! Ha! I'm thrilled you were able to peel the apple "all in one piece" are the woman!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Oh what yumness! If I had been within smelling distance -- I'd have been right over with my coffee cup in hand.

Pondside said...

Oh my dear - you are going to be solely responsible for my going up a dress size at this rate! This looks so good and I will definitely make it with the frozen rolls - especially at this time of year!

Lisa @ Flour Me With Love said...

Wow, your bread looks wonderful! I'm so happy you enjoyed the recipe as much as our family does :) I made another one tonight because the kids were begging for it, lol. Thank you so much for the kind comments and referencing my site; it is greatly appreciated!

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Kathleen said...

I saw that somewhere and thought how good it looked.
Yours looks wonderful! I agree about the PECANS!

Sweet Tea said...

Throw in a handfull of raisins, too.
Holy Molie that looks yummy!!

The Fajdich Times said... looks so good:) I love all the grandkids!!

Bunny Jean said...

Yummy! Why can't I wake up in the morning with that waiting for me?

I'll just have to make do with my fozen pancakes... and instant coffee. Feeling sorry for me yet?

xoxo Bunny Jean

Debbie said...

It looks completely yummy. I used to try to peel apples in one long piece. Around these parts, we threw them out the window, and in the morning they were supposed to be in the initial of our one true love.

It never worked for me since it's nearly impossible for an apple skin to make an "R".

Emily said...

Your goodie posts are sooooo bad for my diet and sooooo good for Saturday morning breakfast. This is a keeper, I like how you make it easy with the rolls. I can just taste it now with my duncan coffee (I'm hooked on that coffee like you). My mister will send his thanks to your Saturday..........

The French Hutch

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

BJ, I wish I lived close by so I could drop in for breakfast! This looks fabulous. You have beautiful grandchildren! Being a grandma is one of the best things in life. Thanks for linking to the Open House party this week.

Alice said...

Love the pics of all your grands. Sometimes it's hard to contain the love and fun they all are. I only have five, but they are my heart and soul (next to God).

Auntie said...

Oh wow Girl!!!!!!! Just Oh Wow!!!! -grin-

And what a unique blog look you have here now! Love your uniqueness! Love your fun of playing with your blog look! Love your inspiration!

Now, will you please come over and read my quick post of today/Thurs.? With a link. And then, tell me what your reaction was, to this place I sent you Gals?

Pleasssssssssssssssssssssssssse... I think it can be such fun, and I can't wait to have gals come and play with me. :-)

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi BJ,

This looks totally delicious! WOW! and what a beautiful family you have--such wonderful blessings!!


Theresa said...

Well, what a YUMMILICIOUS looking Apple Fritter Cake and YUMMY Apple fritter pull apart bread! I swear, everything you cook, dish up, or just pour right out of a containger makes me hungry! ALWAYS!

Enjoy your evening, I am gonna run try to find something to eat:) HUGS!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love apples..and all fruit! I better just stick with peeling the apples for you! ♥

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage said...

Yum, yum! This is a timely recipe for me. Our apple trees are starting to drop fruit like crazy. Hubby will love this, and we'll even have some with Dunkin' Donuts coffee - our favorite brand. ;)

Thanks for linking to the party, BJ. By the way, I love the pics of the grands and great-grand!

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

Apple Peeler said...

Okay, these look just too delicious! I will have to fix some very soon. Thanks so much for sharing!

Miranda said...

OMG! Mangoes and Chutney's Fat Camp Friday is now open! I would love if you stopped by and linked up some recipes!

Miz Helen said...

Oh BJ,
Those Granddaughters of your's get pettier every week. That Great Gran is just precious. Please I hope you saved me about half of that bread, just look at that gooey rich treat. This is a great recipe! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you again real soon! Hope you are having a great week end.
Miz Helen