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Of Dutch Apple Pie & Poetry Books!

Some of us love to read poetry, some of us hate it, and some of us just read it for school!
Literally everyone falls into one of those three options.

I personally love to read Poetry collections, but that’s because I found the right ones from the beginning that just connected with me right away- and I fell in love with the symbols and rhyming lyrics!

Though, I completely understand having not found the right parts of poetry that made you want to read it more, or just not liking it in general- it is art but with words.

”Poetry is made from great thinkers, not great makers of art ~ quote by moi.”

I personally love how poetry could be about anything- it could be telling the poet’s deepest darkest secret, but it’s told through a different kind of story and is more vague where you’re still thinking about it hours later. I love thought-provoking poems! ❀

Edgar Allen Poe is my favorite poet that I suggest, though I will admit his writing may not be for everyone…the one I fell in love with first of his was Annabel Lee.

Here’s just a handful of some poetry collections:

Pillow Thoughts by Courtney Peppernell
Milk and Honey bu Rupi Kaur
The Poet of the Heart by LaNona Walker
The Sun and Her Flowers bu Rupi Kaur

π’Ÿπ“Šπ“‰π’Έπ’½ π’œπ“…π“…π“π‘’ 𝒫𝒾𝑒

What’s your favorite warm dessert to bake or to eat?? Is there something you like to add to it as your own special touch?

Dutch Apple Pie is not my favorite, but it is my mother’s so I’ve learned to add a couple things when I make one for her- that way she’s sure to love it! ❀

Here’s a link to my favorite recipe for Dutch Apple Pie, by The Diary of a Real Housewife.

  • With apple pies, granny smith apples or honey-crisp apples do best. They hold their shape better when baking, and are tartly-sweet.
  • My personal favorite my grandma taught me: crush up graham crackers and sprinkle them on top right before baking! (Trust me, give it a nice crunch!) You also can even add nuts or a table spoon of ground cinnamon or apple spice blend as well. πŸ™‚
  • Best served with whipped cream or a scoop of ice cream on top! (My mother’s favorite is vanilla ice cream with chocolate syrup.)

*Extra Note: if you wrap pie in plastic wrap and foil, you can freeze it for up to 3 months!*

Do you like Poetry and/or Dutch Apple Pie??

What are some tips or tricks you use for baking a pie?


Thanks for reading!!

~Snow White & The Dwarves

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