Friday, October 3, 2008

Fat Friday... and a Trip

I have missed several Fay Friday Recipes, so I thought it was time to post one. With apple season upon us I thought I'd share my paper bag apple pie recipe.

Paper Bag Apple Pie
1 unbaked pie shell
peeled & sliced or shredded apples (enough to fill the pie shell)
1/2 c sugar
1 Tbsp flour
cinnamon

Mix together everything but cinnamon and put in unbaked pie shell. Sprinkle cinnamon over top and slice butter pats here and there. Then put on topping.

Topping
6 Tbsp butter
3/4 c brown sugar packed
1/2 c flour

Mix together (I use two knives to cut it in together) and put on top of apples. Should be crumbly. Slip pie into a brown grocery bag or heavy paper bag and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Watch closely if using a gas stove so it doesn't catch fire. The bag might start smelling funny in the oven but it'll be ok you won't taste it in the pie. Enjoy!

My hubby took my son to a farm nearby that each fall has corn mazes, pumpkins, a playground, etc. I wasn't able to go do to working and my DD thought that she was too old to go. It was a Dad and son outing. I told my son to be sure his Dad took the camera so I could have pictures.







I think he's still waiting on Cinderella...









I'll take one of each.





Couldn't we all do this. Sell the bags and clothes for scarecrows. Who'd a thunk... LOL

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22 comments:

basketsnprims said...

What cute pictures. Your son looked like he had a good time. I love the horse & carriage pic. Have a happy Friday.

Pam

This simple Life said...

Wow , that's a mound of pumpkins!

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

I love how they have all the pumpkins stacked, that is alot of pumpkins. Clothes for a scarecrow? Neat idea I would probably buy because neither one of us has the overalles:)
Rondell
PS Your son looks so cute with the Cinderalla pumpkin.

Kimberly said...

...so if we guess how many pumpkins are in the pile, do we get a prize...?

Have a great weekend!

Blessings, Kimberly

Lauren said...

Great pictures...it looked like so much fun! Your pie recipe sounds yummy too..anything with apples in it is awesome for me:) Have a great weekend! <3 Lauren

Kindra said...

What a great picture of the pile of pumpkins. :) That place reminds me of our local pumpkin patch. They had a great idea of selling "scarecrow in a bag" kits. :)

Thanks for the yummy recipes! Have a great Friday!

Rosemary said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe! I always enjoy your Fat Friday's!!!

And I just gotta say that no you can't have one of everything in the barn!

Cause I got there first.
ha

Blessings,
Rosemary

the primitive country bug said...

Love that pile of pumpkins! All your pictures today are eye candy to me! It reminds me of the place that I used to take my kids to when they were little. I miss those days.
Thanks for bringing back fond memories.
Hugs~
Birgit

This Country Girl said...

Mary,

What a great photo of the pile of pumpkins! That looks like alot of fun!

Thanks for the recipe! That sounds interesting and I just might try that one!

Have a great weekend!
Tammy

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

YUM! That recipe sounds so good! I will ahve to try that. I've never made a pie in a bag before! LOL!
Cute pics too! Looks like a fun place to go.

Terri said...

Hey, just found your blog and love it! I think the scarecrow store is a great idea - looks like your little guy had lots of fun!

Terri

Back in the Day said...

The recipe looks yummy! I am gonna give it a try. I love apple recipes!
The pumpkin farm looked like loads of fun!

Julie said...

Holy Moly--that's a pile of pumpkins!! My girl's made a scarecrow today to put on the front porch. I love fall and all its adventures. Have a great weekend. Julie

Wendy said...

That is definitely a different way to make pie!! I have made bbq chicken in a bag before, which was really good!!
And look at that mound of pumpkins!! You could make alot of pies with that mound! LOL Have a great weekend!~Wendy

THE SANDY DOG BAKERY said...

whoa! that's a lot of pumpkins!! Great pics and the recipe sounds delish!

Farmchick said...

Thanks for stopping by! Your recipe sounds yummy! The pumpkin farms looks like fun..I really love the JD tractor made out of bales....must be the farmgirl in me! :) Have a great weekend.

Farmchick said...

Me again..I forgot to mention that I would like to exchange links with you!!!

Jo-Anne said...

OH! I am trying that recipe today! Sounds yummy!
Love all the pumpkin fun! I hope your son was able to pick the perfect pumpkin from that huge pile! :)
Have a nice weekend.

Farmchick said...

Thanks~ I added you to my blogroll!! Have a great day!
~Tania

ohiofarmgirl said...

It looks like such a fun place...sorry you missed it too. Wish they had one near us. Dianntha

~The Robin's Nest~ said...

Hi Mary~!
Love the pumpkin farm and all the fun things they had for the kids-so cool. Thanks for noticing I was gone...I'm back blogging and hoping for the best! :)

Elise said...

Looks like a fun place!!
Elise