Sunday, December 16, 2012



1 1/2 cups oil
4 eggs
2 cups sugar
3 cups flour
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla
3 cups apples, peeled and cut up
1 cup nuts

Combine all ingredients.  Put in 2 floured and greased bread pans.  Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour and 10 minutes. 

Welcome to my recipes.  This is the first of several to come.  I hope some of these are ones you can use during the Christmas Season or throughout the year. 

Even though it says to put nuts in some of my recipes, it is not necessary if they cause you problems.

Be With God,



New York State Of Mind said...

I go to the nutrition center for lunch very often and there is a lady there that makes apple bread. It is delicious. I was so happy when Jean put this recipe on. It is suppose to be in the 50's here today.

fionalina said...

This is lovely Jean -I shall try this with sultanas instead of nuts-Thank you for telling us about your life and family it is always interesting and informative and I look forward to hearing more

Marilyn I am enjoying your blog very much you are doing a great job -so glad Richard set it up for you

Martha looking forward to your posts also

Sending all good wishes to you all from Scotland


New York State Of Mind said...

Hello Fionalina. Thank you for stopping. I will tell Jean what you said. I am glad Richard set this up, too. Glad you enjoy the blog. Martha will be doing some, soon.
Best wishes to Scotland from New York,

fionalina said...

Thank you for your best wishes Marilyn-hope you are having a good day-


Veronica said...

Another great recipe from Jean. Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend and also getting prepared for Christmas. The stores here do not seem to be as busy as I thought they would be but maybe there will be a rush as Christmas draws nearer. It is mild here today with some rain. Thanks again Marilyn and God Bless from Veronica

New York State Of Mind said...

Hi Veronica,
I know I am getting ready for Christmas and so is Jean. Stores haven't been too bad here either. Of course I go during the week so maybe that's why here. Thank you for stopping.
God Bless You and Yours,

Amish Stories said...

Another winner from Jean Marilyn, and I bet this would go down very nicely with a hot cup of coffee.

Has she sold this at the market she sometimes goes to, and what has been her more popular items that folks have bought from her.

Looks like I'm still asking questions for Jean so I dont think I could ever make myself stop that,lol. Richard

New York State Of Mind said...

Hi Richard, and I bet your right. But to me coffee goes with anything.

I will ask Jean about the market and her most popular items.

You can come here and ask questions, put on posts, show pictures, whatever you want to do. I do consider this yours too, as you founded it. Marilyn

Amish Stories said...

Thank you Marilyn and its nice to have another place to hang my hat during my blog travels, so thanks for the welcome mat. Richard

New York State Of Mind said...

You are more than welcome, Richard.