Effortless Fruit Platz Bars

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Effortless Fruit Platz Bars, my mom used to call this Fruit Platz, is made with leftover fruit. This one is made with end of season peaches and plum sauce. Yep, it’s considered a coffee cake, it’s an old mennonite recipe. 1 cup flour (regular wheat or Gluten free) 1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp. baking powder 1/4 cup butter 1/2 cup milk (yogurt or buttermilk) 1 fresh egg (slightly beaten) 1 tsp. vanilla Preheat your oven to … Read more

It is Surprisingly Peach Season

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It is Surprisingly Peach Season still and what about those nectarines? I’ve found them still in the stores and at the Farmers Markets. Did you know? The¬†peach¬†(Prunus persica) is a¬†deciduoustreenative¬†to the region of¬†Northwest China¬†between the¬†Tarim Basin and the north slopes of the¬†Kunlun Mountains, where it was first domesticated and cultivated.¬†It bears edible juicy fruits with various characteristics, most called¬†peaches¬†and others (the glossy-skinned varieties),¬†nectarines. read more about their history. I love both fruits and of course they … Read more

Chard and Feta Pie is Guiltless

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Chard and Feta Pie is guiltless one of my favorite recipes to make the original recipe I’ve mixed it up by adding different ingredients. Just by experimenting Here is goes, this serves 8 plus people 2 cups of shredded potatoes (2 large potatoes) or 1 package of frozen potatoes any flavor 2 green onions minced 3/4 teaspoon salt 6 eggs 1/4 cup flour (reg or GF) 1/4 teaspoon blk pepper 2 Tablespoon olive oil 1 small … Read more

Ways to Support You 2020

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Ways to support you 2020, has been on my mind for awhile. Since Sedona Pies, is paused, I’m inviting you to share your desserts by blogging here. Thank you for your kindness and friendship through the years.. Everyone is in transition, we are becoming more concerned with a lot of issues, yet in some aspects we are burned out or just exhausted about the stuff that is going on around the world. I have to say, … Read more

How to make a Perfect Gluten Free pastry

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How to make a perfect Gluten free pastry, even though I’ve posted the recipe already, I was making a few more in advance the other day, let me walk you through. The recipe is really simple. Gluten Free recipe is one another page. There are many variations, and it depends upon if someone asks for a Vegan crust or just a regular GF one. 2.5 cups of Gluten Free flour – ( I use Bob Mills … Read more

Delicious GF Sweet Potato Bread

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Delicious GF Sweet Potato Bread, I had some leftover sweet potatoes from making Thanksgiving pies. As my last article talked about what sweet potato is. I made the bread, here are some pictures.. It’s very moist, I baked it in a convection oven, next time I’ll increase the temperature as the recipe called for a low temp of 325 F. 2 cups flour ( I used Gluten free flour) 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon Baking soda … Read more

Pear Cake or Pie

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Pear Cake or Pie, this is my friend Georgette’s recipe – I was able to spend a few days with her. It’s was a blast! We made peach pies, pear cake much and more. 1.5 cups vegetable oil 2 cups sugar 3 cups flour 2 eggs 3 cups of pears chopped 1 cup walnuts 1 tsp vanilla 1 tsp baking soda 1 tsp salt Mix together and put in a 9×12 pan. Bake at 350 degress … Read more

Discover our Pie Recipes

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Discover our pie recipes the more there are the merrier. We have quiet a few of them posted on this website, they are under the category of Delicious pies. For example how about Biltmore Pumpkin Pie? https://sedonapies.com/recipes/biltmore-pumpkin-pie/ The fall season is something that I love, the leaves are falling.. the warmth of the day is still with us and yet it starts to cool down a bit in the evening. It’s a great time to cuddle … Read more

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