Wednesday, July 17, 2013

JEAN'S APPLE COFFEE CAKE

JEAN'S APPLE COFFEE CAKE

1 21 oz can apple pie filling
2 t cinnamon
3 c flour
1 c sugar
1 1/2 c milk
1/2 c margarine, softened
3 t baking powder
3 eggs
1/4 c brown sugar
1/4 c chopped nuts
2 T melted butter

Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Spray 13" x 9" x 2" pan with Pam
Mix pie filling with cinnamon.
Constantly beat for 30 seconds, flour, sugar, milk, softened margarine, baking powder and eggs in large bowl.
Beat on medium speed, scraping bowl frequently for 2 minutes.
Pour 1/2 into pan.  Spoon half of pie filling over batter.
Repeat with remaining batter and pie filling.
Sprinkle brown sugar and nuts over pie filling.
Drizzle with melted butter.
Bake 45-55 minutes.  Serve warm.

GLAZE TOPPING:

3/4 c. confectioners' sugar
1 T. softened margarine
3/4 t. vanilla
2-3 t. hot water

Beat together until smooth and desired consistency is reached.

18 comments:

New York State Of Mind said...

Good Morning Everyone,

Hope everyone enjoys Jean's recipe this morning.

Suppose to be in the 90's again today.

Marilyn

Vickie said...

Sounds really yummy! That quilt is gorgeous. It has been 100º for a week. 103º yesterday! Yucko!

New York State Of Mind said...

Hi Vickie,
It is yummy !! Glad you like the quilt. I thought it was hot here. You really got it hot. Take care of Mable and Henry in this heat.

Marilyn

Richard From PureCountryLiving.com said...

Love anything with the words "coffee cake" in it, so I'm sure most anyone who should make this will enjoy it.

Also I have changed the name of what was " Amish Stories" to www.PureCountryLiving.com. For me this name better reflects the kind of image's that I have been posting lately, and the kind of pictures that I have an interest in like "classic cars" and general country living.

And since I live in a Amish community myself along with being right next to Lancaster county which is the largest Amish settlement in the world, its really impossible for me "not" to include those images from our plain community.

So I will still be posting those since I am interested in their way of life, and have met so many during my travels posting on Amish Stories.

Richard from www.PureCountryLiving.com

Veronica said...

The recipe sounds great. I will try it when the heat settles down some. So good to see Richards comment and glad to know he is doing well. I will have to reput his site under the new name in my favorites. I am always looking at his pictures also. He is the reason I have come to Marilyns blog also. I hope if you do not have to go out that everyone has AC and is getting relief from the heat. Hope everyone is having a great week. Blessings Veronica

Richard From PureCountryLiving.com said...

Greetings Veronica and yes I am doing well in spite of all the heat we are receiving here in the northeast, and I'm sure even in Canada your getting a little taste of this heat wave as well.


If any of the old blog followers click the old "http://amishstorys1.blogspot.com/ address it will still take you to www.Purecountryliving.com.

For me though the new domain name and address is the preferred one for me to use, but that's not in stone. So I consider that web address to be the new home of what I'm doing regarding my own images, and as anyone will see Pure-country-living has not really changed at all from Amish Stories other than the name.

And in truth I did not want to box "myself in" as only being a blog about the Amish, so even though I had been doing other things like posting classic cars I now have a new name to reflect my interest's.

And all I have to do is to roll out of bed and I will pretty much run into an Amish buggy, So I will still be sharing images of what I see in our Amish settlement as well as the Amish community in Lancaster county.

And with some old order Mennonites near me I will be snapping images of their way of life also! Richard

New York State Of Mind said...

Hi Richard,
Welcome. I was just over to your www.PureCountryLiving,com I love the laundry picture. So happy you came and told us. I look forward to seeing more of your pictures. It is really beautiful. Like the antique car pictures, too. You know you are welcome here anytime. IF it weren't for you, there wouldn't be New York State of Mind. Wish you the best on your new blog.
Marilyn

New York State Of Mind said...

Hi Veronica,
I am so glad that Richard was here, too. I really enjoyed ww.PureCountryLiving.com I will be a regular over there like I was with Amish Stories. Hope you are cooling with this heat, too.

Marilyn

Countryside Reflections said...

I love Apple Coffee Cake, so this will definitely be put in my recipe box.

Buffalo has never reached 100 degrees and I'm so thankful for it. I hope you and your pets are doing okay Vickie. 103 - Wow!!

I love seeing your pictures Richard and I like the new name. I know that you have a few of the past posts listed on the side bar, but do you think you'll ever put the whole archive listing back? There are so many times that I wanted to go back and re-read some articles.

Doreen

New York State Of Mind said...

Hi Doreen,
Sure glad you liked Jean' recipe.

We have hit 100 degrees here. Not very often, though.

I like Richard's new name, too. I never thought about all those past posts. I liked to read them sometimes, too. I will miss Amish Stories, name, but there is a time to change.

Marilyn

New York State Of Mind said...

Hi Doreen,
I just went over to Richard's Pure Country Living and his old posts are there. IF you go down below the posts that are there you will find Old posts, like on here. You just hit old posts. When I hit it they started with December, 2012. I didn't go through all of them, but it does work.
Marilyn

Countryside Reflections said...

Thanks Marilyn, I didn't think of just going to the bottom of the page and working backwards to see the older posts. It's easier with an archive box, but still doable by working backwards.

In all of Buffalo's record keeping history it has never reached 100, but that's just the readings at the airport. I'm sure areas further inland have been over 100. This weekend is suppose to be beautiful. Sunny and mid 70's. We, and my poor dogs are looking forward to it.

Doreen

SueAnn said...

Oh, Doreen!!! I hear you with the dogs! I have a short hair-collie, Lab mix, and she is just dying!! she takes a lot of "soaks" in a big tub of cool water in the shade! Looking for my little girl? Oh..she is in the tub!!! LOL!!!

New York State Of Mind said...

Hi Doreen and Sue Ann,
I have Pierre and now that he is cut short, the heat doesn't seem to bother him. It bothers me worse than him, but we have air conditioning in our apartment, so that helps. I don't know if his being born in North Carolina has anything to do with taking the heat.
We have hit 100 here, I think twice, since 2001. It was in the upper 90's today, but I am not sure how high.

Marilyn

Richard From PureCountryLiving.com said...

Yes all of the older post's from Amish Stories are there, and to be honest I never considered getting rid of any of them.

So they will always be there, and I'm looking forward to posting ( at least try) interesting images.


Thanks folks and feel free in dropping over anytime. I still dont have any comments operating but I do have a contact form on the blog incase someone would like to drop me a note. Richard

New York State Of Mind said...

Thank you, Richard,
I am glad you kept the old posts. I like to go back and reread some of the old posts and know others do too. I will be a regular checking your pictures.

Marilyn

Edgar said...

Thanks so much for the recipe, I made it over the weekend and it was a real hit!!

edgar

New York State Of Mind said...

Glad to here that Edgar. I will pass it on to Jean. So happy you enjoyed it.

Marilyn