Cinnamon Apple Buckle

Cinnamon Apple Buckle!

We are heading out on vacation on Friday and I always forget how stressful it is to actually go on vacation.

Once you get there, it’s great, but getting there…ugh.

I have about 16 lists running through my head trying to remember what to grab and what not to forget.

Packing for yourself is one thing, but packing for a family of four is a whole other thing.

I might just bring our swimsuits and smiles to the beach. Ha!

Cinnamon Apple Buckle!

On top of that, I also have to get a week worth of work done before I leave and get the dogs and cats all scheduled to be taken care of.

You know, normal stuff, but it all adds up.

I decided last minute that I wanted to get a new swimsuit this year…which is a terrible idea under normal circumstances.

But even worse when you just stuffed your face with an Apple Cinnamon Buckle.

Cinnamon Apple Buckle!

If you have never made a buckle, it’s a layer of cake, fruit on top or stirred in, and then a crumb topping.

It’s delicious and one of my favorites to serve as a coffee cake!

Don’t miss my other buckle recipe from 5 years ago: Lemon Blueberry Buckle

Cinnamon Apple Buckle!

This buckle starts with an easy one bowl moist vanilla cake.

It’s topped with apple pie filling and an oatmeal crumb topping. It’s SO dangerously good!

Head on over to Dixie Crystals for the RECIPE: Cinnamon Apple Buckle

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  1. Patty Tanenbaum

    I love the recipe and the new look of the blog.  Can’t wait to try these out…thank you for sharing!

  2. Arlene

    I just wanted to say that you have an absolutely GREAT blog. You just capture the essence of family, cooking, etc. I really enjoy it and your recipes are fabulous. I think it is a combination of your writing, your pics and it seems like you put your heart and soul into what you produce here. Thanks!!!

    Arlene

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