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Loving Laundry b/c I love the person who wears it-

My laundry takes over my house. I constantly am doing laundry. When the wash machine or dryer is not going...the house seems dauntingly quiet. It starts in the morning and sometimes till late at night. I was out of town for a week while my family stayed here. I think they may have gone out and bought more towels b/c I swear I have triple the amount.

But, in midst of the piles of laundry, I am "trying" to be thankful for each pile. Because, behind each dirty towel and dirty pair of sweaty soccer socks is a "person" who owns them that I love. After spending, a week with a love one in the hospital you quickly realize how precious life is. So I decided when I came home I would try to love that "laundry" b/c I love the person who wears it.

Well, enough about laundry unless you have a helpful tip to share. How about apple crisp? Who needs to do laundry when you can bake apple crisp! It's a new recipe...pretty good!

My son helped me cut the apples. I think my favorite part about making apple crisp is not eating it but how wonderful it smells in my house.

Here you's a keeper of a recipe and super easy! I am sure you have most of the ingredients in your cupboard already-

Apple Crisp

In a large bowl , combine 1 cup flour, 1/2 cup sugar, 2t. baking powder,1/2 t. salt and cinnamon, 1/2 cup milk, 4 chopped apples (peeled and cored). Mix well and pour in 8 inch square baking dish.

In a large saucepan, combine 1.5 cups of water, 1/2 cup sugar and brown sugar, 1T of butter, 1/4 tsp of nutmeg. Bring to a boil and stir till sugars dissolve. Pour over top of mixture in baking dish and bake at 400 for 45 minutes! Enjoy!


Astrid in Bristling Acres said...

I love your positive spin on laundry!!! crisp! Yummy! I made apple fritters last night. Super good but probably not good for you. ;)

Anonymous said...

I love the title of your post.... Spoke to my heart, especially since my son had no clean pants for school this morning and had to wear sports pants! :( PS ~ Love the apple crisp recipe... I am so loving fall and that sounds great!

Mindy said...

Ahh. A wonderful lesson. Thank you for the reminder! The crisps look delish! ~Mindy

Darlene said...

Oddly enough I don't really mind doing laundry so I LOVE your post. Something about fresh smelling clothes on your loved ones is wonderful.

The apple crisp sounds delicious!!!

April said...

I love Apple perfect for fall! I'll defintely give your recipe a whirl...THANKS! :)

Angie said...

Such sweet thoughts about doing laundry! I'll try to remember this post and be positive too. I read the recipe and it looks like a pretty easy one I could handle. Thanks for posting it!

Jessica said...

I love the thought behind doing the laundry!

I love apple crisp! I have a simple recipe and it is always a hit.

Anonymous said...

That does sound good and easy! Thanks for sharing!