Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Apple Cream Cheese Pie

Friday, September 16, 2022

Apple Cream Cheese Pie

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Can we talk fall festivals for a minute? Is there any other way to hype up the upcoming season like a good old fashion fall festival? The ones where you can buy hot apple cider and donuts, corn stalks and pumpkins, candied nuts and popcorn... These kinds of festivals make me wish I lived in a world where it was autumn year round. Jason and I walked around our annual Apple Festival yesterday and it had me in all of my fall feels. But only briefly because it was over 80 degrees out. Not exactly sweater and boot weather, but I did buy a ton of delicious seasonal treats while we browsed the shops. And almost gave Jason a heart attack when I told him I spend $20 on a cream cheese coffee cake. I'm a sucker for baked goods, what can I say? So much so, I even made that purchase knowing good and damn well that I had made an Apple Cream Cheese Pie from a recipe that I found on Golden Blossom Honey earlier in the week that was sitting at home waiting for me to slice into. 
 
 
Fall flavored treats make me happy, and this pie definitely hits the spot when you're jonesing for a seasonal change of flavor. If the summer heat is having a difficult time of letting go in your area like it is mine, I think this is a fantastic transitional recipe to start getting you in the mood for the weather changes. It's perfect to pair with a heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream, so you're getting the warm weather treat with the cooler weather indulgence. And, what's really nice about this pie is not only can it can be made for less than 1/2 of that $20 coffee cake I so impulsively purchased, it tastes much better too!

Ingredients

1 package (8 oz) cream cheese
1 egg
1/2 cup GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
1 9-inch pie crust, unbaked
1 teaspoon vanilla
6 MacIntosh apples, peeled and sliced
2 Tablespoons GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 cup walnuts, chopped
 


 

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Do you plan to visit and fall festivals this year? 
 
 

 
 

16 comments:

  1. I am not ready for apples, I am still eating peaches and melons, actually I ate a white melon which was like honey inside a few days ago, but the rainy and very cold weekend has started, the storm that wrecked Croatia has come over, so now it does look like Autumn. I won't be sleeping with window open tonight, that is for sure. I did buy a new navy thigh high raincoat so I am ready for the season. I just wish we had stylish rubber boots for men here.

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    1. That white melon sounds like pure bliss! A thigh high navy raincoat you say? Ooh, you must send me the linkie or a pic of what you bought. I am in the market for a few new coats. I'd like a new fall pea coat and maybe a trench coat. I just haven't found any lately that suit my tastes, but I keep looking.

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  2. We plan on going on the farm and foliage county tour with our grandkids in October. It’s something we did with our own kids in the ‘90’s. Local farmers open up with tours, hay rides, games, etc. Every year, the tour is changed so that you get to visit new places. I noticed this year there is a hops farm with beer tasting! But it’s mostly for kids to pet farm animals or pose for pics on huge tractors!

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    1. Sign me up for the hops farm tour LOL. I miss having little kids to take to these festivals. It's fun to visit as an adult, for sure, but I love seeing how excited the kids get, too. I hope you and your grands have a great time next month!

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  3. haha double down. Have one you make and one bought. Even if it did cost $20. Heart attack would cost more though, so watch giving him one of those haha I've got a few on the go to go to. Pumpkin Head, Scarecrow, Whirligig, and Giant Pumpkin festivals should be interesting enough.

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    1. I am sure the germ buckets are going to love all of the fall adventures you take them on this season!

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  4. I'm pinning it just to save the photos, LOL. We haven't been to any fall festivals yet. I'm excited to get to the pumpkin patch in a couple of weeks. It's SO crowded though, that we have to get there super early to get a good parking spot and not have to stand in line for fifty-eleven-thousand hours just to do anything. I don't mind though. The early bird gets the worm (or the apple cider donuts, in our case). :)

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    1. Apple cider donuts are always worth waking up early for!

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  5. Gracias por la receta. Se ve muy rica Te mando un beso.

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  6. Yes! We do love Fall festivals. Although, I was a little upset yesterday when we sent to a Sunflower Festival that seemed to have been overshadowed. The farm started preparing for the change of seasons this Thursday, making the sunflowers seem like an after thought!

    Your pictures are lovely as usual. This is a pie I'd have to force myself to try and then will probably love it. Any desert with cheese or milk products need to get a closed eye bite from me. lol

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    1. That's too bad about the sunflower festival. They are one of my favorite fields to visit in the fall. We even did Allison's senior pics in one last year. No need to rush to pumpkins before the sunflowers have wilted. Geesh!

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  7. Your pictures are always so pretty. I like cream cheese and I like apples. I actually made a sour cream and cream cheese dip to go with my raw vegetables. I'll have to try cream cheese with apples now.

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    1. Thank you, Mary! Your dip sounds yummy too. I like to mix sour cream with ranch and use it for raw veggies, which we do a lot of during football season.

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  8. Oh yum, this looks amazing! I really like apple pie but I've never tried a cream cheese apple pie before! Thanks for sharing!

    Hope you are having a lovely day :)

    Away From The Blue

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    1. It really is a delicious pairing! Thanks for stopping by. I hope you have a lovely weekend!

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