If you’re used to making pancakes from a box (trust me, I don’t judge), put the box away this one time and make these Apple Cider Pancakes from scratch. You’ll notice the difference, and they won’t take hardly any more time or effort to make.
Put away the candy thermometer because you won’t need it to make these charming caramel apples. With only two bags of Werther’s original chewy caramels, a bit of evaporated milk, and some food coloring you’ll be rocking these Jack-O-Lantern Caramel Apples in no time.
While slow-cooker and pressure cooking are very popular these days, I encourage you to fully take advantage of stovetop cooking in the fall and winter too. Your home will thank you for all the delicious aromas that stovetop simmering will provide, and it’s one way to quick way to turn your house into a cozy home!
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