It's officially the first day of fall! Of course here in Georgia it's more like monsoon season with heavy rain and lots of flooding, but we'll pretend that's not happening and that it's a beautiful crisp fall day!
Rhondi at Rondi's Rose Colored Glasses is having a Welcome Fall Day and you can post anything having to do with fall. So join the party, there's still plenty of time!
I thought I'd share this very cute Acorn tea set that I got at Cracker Barrel at the beginning of summer. They had a couple of shelves filled with really deeply discounted fall merchandise from the previous season and I had to pick this cutie up! The store they have has so many cute things (I actually like the store more than the food there)!
I made some Apple Pie Cake cake to go along with my coffee. I'm sure most of you already know how to make this but I'll put the recipe at the end of the post for those who don't
To really kick off Fall I'd like to have a little Give A Way of "Autumn" by Susan Branch. If you're not familiar with Susan Branch go to her website Heart of the Home and enjoy yourself! She has the cutest books filled with decorating ideas and great recipes!
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Apple Pie Cake
1 can of apple pie filling
1 can of crushed pineapple drained or 2 cans of apple total
1 box of yellow cake mix
1 stick of butter melted
Preheat oven to 350
Dump the apple pie filling and pineapple into a 9x13 pan and mix (or use two cans of apple pie filling instead but the pineapple gives it a bit of a tart kick). Pour 1 box of Yellow Cake Mix on top and spread evenly. Pour 1 stick of melted butter all over the top. Bake for about 45 minutes. Enjoy!