Autumn's last fling....


Preserving Autumn Leaves


Try turning autumn leaves into decorative home accents.

The key to leaf crafts though is to keep the leaves from crumbling, curling or turning brown. On an ironing board place the leaves between two sheets of wax paper with the waxy side on the leaf. Cover with brown paper (like a grocery bag) and iron on medium heat. The iron will melt the wax onto the leaf, preserving not only its shape but its color.


"There are not more than five primary colors (blue, yellow, red, white, and black), yet in combination they produce more hues than can ever been seen


~ Autumn Treasure  ~

Summer’s glory, Autumn’s crown,

Casts it’s treasure to the ground,

Red and yellow, orange and brown,

Spinning, twirling, round and round,

Waltzing slowly to the ground,

One last curtsy, one last bow,

Then kiss the earth and make no sound,

Paper jewels on the ground…waiting to be found.

~Caramel Apple Yogurt Parfaits~

 
2 cups creamy vanilla yogurt

2 medium unpeeled apples  cut into chunks

 1/4 cup caramel topping

 2 tablespoons coarsely chopped
pecans or walnuts


Reserve 1/4 cup yogurt for topping. Divide remaining yogurt among 4 (8-oz) glasses or dessert dishes. Spoon 1/2 cup of the apple chunks over yogurt in each glass. Top each with 1 tablespoon of the remaining yogurt. Spoon 1 tablespoon caramel topping over yogurt. Sprinkle pecans over each parfait. Serve immediately!

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10 comments:

  1. Enjoyed your Autumn mosaics! Beautiful shots, such pretty colors!

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  2. Beautiful Autumn mosaics. Loved the scenery and decor. Thanks for the tip on the leaves and loved the recipe for the parfait.

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  3. Those Autumn mosaics are stunning!! Thanks for another simple and delicious recipe to try. Have a great November!!
    Lisa

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  4. Such amazing colours! Really wonderful.

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  5. What perfect timing. I was walking back to work from class and found the prettiest Maple leaf. I brought it back with me and was longing to preserve it, but didn't know how. Now I do thanks to you.
    I love your mosaics ~ they are so colorful.
    I'm your newest follower.
    Cindy

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  6. What a yummy sounding treat!!! Loved all of these fall shots...

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  7. You caught so nice the colors of autumn trees. Next week I will look whether I can get some waxpaper, thank you for sharing this idea.

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  8. What a fabulous collection of fall mosaics. They are beautiful. I especially like the door in the middle of one....it really set that one off.Thanks for the yogurt recipe...it really does sound yummy.

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  9. Hi Suzy
    I love your beautiful mosaics. And thanks for the great recipe. I love yogurt. Thanks for visiting My Cozy Corner.
    xoxo
    Betty

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  10. What a lovely post ~ so full of gorgeous autumn photos and a great sounding recipe. So nice stopping by!

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Suzy