Ozark Apple Pudding– Tasty Kitchen Blog Post


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I’m so excited to be able to contribute another recipe post to the Tasty Kitchen Blog. I’m sure most of you are already familiar with Tasty Kitchen, a great place to find delicious recipes within a wonderful community.

You can browse and submit recipes on their main website, and on their blog they feature different recipes each week.

When I came across a recipe for Ozark Apple Pudding, it immediately caught my eye – since I live in the Ozarks!  I’ve never heard of this dessert (shame on me), but it is so good I will be making this again. It is a rustic, hearty cake that is similar to an apple bread pudding – but better! 

You can find the recipe and my complete Tasty Kitchen guest post here.

Enjoy!

Amber


23 comments:

Helene said...

Congratulations! I love the step-by-step pictures.

Sprinkled with Flour said...

Thanks Helene!

MarytheKay said...

I hopped over here from Tasty Kitchen. I LOVE your blog--so pretty, and your recipes look wonderful. I have some wonderful orchard apples--this recipe sounds just like something I'd LOVE. Thanks!

Also--I'm an Ozarks girl, myself! Howdy, neighbor. :-)

PoetessWug said...

Heading over there! It looks delicious!!

Viviane Bauquet Farre said...

Yum! The dishware so beautifully compliments the treat you've made. Very stylish. With a cup of fresh coffee this would absolutely make my evening!

Jesica @ Pencil Kitchen said...

apple pudding... This would be on my list!

Belinda @zomppa said...

What a lovely dessert - so sweet!

Sandra said...

Love the sound of this:)) Got to check your post over there.. congrats!!

Annie Oakley's Kitchen said...

I've never had apple pudding. It sounds yummy!

healthyfoodietravels said...

This looks to die for! Lovely post :)

Priscilla - She's Cookin' said...

I'm from the Ozarks, too! So I have to try this - headed over to Tasty Kitchen to check out your post. Congrats on the Top 9 today - nice to meet you :)

Orlando Italian Restaurant said...

Thanks for sharing! I look forward to viewing more recipes :) Looks amazingly delicious!

Carolyn D said...

I found you through the Pioneer Woman website, and now you are bookmarked too! I can't wait to try this recipe-my apple tree is full of ripe apples. I really like seeing a recipe that is low fat, i.e. not using butter. Maybe a dollop of vanilla yogurt on top en lieu of cream? Thanks so much. Looking forward to trying some of your other recipes.

DeniseB said...

This is a vintage recipe for sure. An Ozark Pudding recipe was handed down to as a kid in 1977 by my great aunt who was in her 70's! She told me it is called pudding after the English word for dessert. It is what we would think of as a moist dense cake. I love this and make it every few years in her memory. My recipe varies slightly but basically the same.Thanks for sharing and reminding me it is time to make this again :-)

Natalie said...

Looks so great! I need to try this recipe!

Monet said...

Yay! Thank you for sharing another delightfully delicious post. I hope you are having a blessed week. Love from Austin.

Cristina - Teenie Cakes said...

I've not heard of Ozark before...but I do luv the looks of this recipe for (is it pudding or cake?) tasty dessert. Congratulations on your post at Tasty Kitchen.

This is perfect too for holiday entertaining. Thx for sharing and have a great rest of the week! :)

Roxana GreenGirl {A little bit of everything} said...

Congrats on being featured on Tasty Kitchen! Looking at your blog no wonder Ree wanted your recipe.
This looks and sounds delicious! A great dessert for Thanksgiving.

Gursahiba@ExquisiteNiche said...

Hi Amber!
I follow your blog regularly, first of all coz your blog is attractive and also your recipes are wonderful.

Congratulations for posting on Tasty blog! Keep up your creativity!!

Nicole Gamble said...

Your recipe makes my mouth water. I am going to print your recipe and give it a try for Christmas .

Magic of Spice said...

Looks wonderful, will go check it out.

Orlando Gourmet Restaurant said...

Thanks for sharing, looks amazing! I'll have to make this asap :)

Orlando Spa and Golf said...

These look absolutely fab.




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