Apple Pie-O-Lantern and Spiked Spiced Cider

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With fall apon us (and threat­en­ing to sur­ren­der us com­pletely to win­ter), few things sound bet­ter to me right now than warm baked goods uti­liz­ing the fruits that are in sea­son. For dessert last night, Megan made this awe­somely adorable and sea­son­ally appro­pri­ate apple pie-o-lantern. There wasn’t much to it, store bought crust, Megan’s mom’s home­made apple pie fill­ing. But, it was darn tasty. And, with the face Megan gave it, how could I not share this?


She even gave it a lit­tle stem and leaf detail!


Along with the pie we made a spiced cider that was pretty heavy on the rum and whiskey. A won­der­ful pair­ing with the pie and a great way to warm up while watch­ing movies on the couch fri­day night. Sometimes, the best date nights are the cheap­est ones.




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  • By spiced apple cider - on January 28, 2010 at 3:55 pm

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