Apple Pie Tartlet Bites

 

I love pie, but I've never been one for a whole slice. I love this apple pie recipe because it's just little bite size pies and you could make it with any filling really. I partnered with Whole Foods to bring you my version of quick and easy apple pie. 

What you will need:

2 Honey Crisp Apples

1/3 cup sugar

1/3 cup brown sugar

1/3 cup flour

1 TBS. Cinnamon

A dash of Nutmeg

Butter 

Water

Pre-packaged Shortbread Tartlet Shells 

Stir all together and let rest for about 20 minutes. Then transfer to a small pot and stir for about 6-12 mins on medium heat. Add 1 TBS. of water and 2 TBS. of butter (or butter substitute) to the pot and stir. This will allow the apples to cook a little and melt all the sugar. 

Allow mixture to cool completely, about 30 mins., then transfer apple mixture to each tartlet. 

Top with whipped cream or ice cream and serve. 

Store in the fridge for about 2 days in an airtight container. 

Enjoy! 

****As an added bonus for my readers, Whole Foods is giving one reader and a friend a chance to win groceries for a year! Just click here for all the details and to enter. Good luck!!

Thank you to Whole Foods for sponsoring this post.  This recipe first appeared on ameliapresents.com and is an Amelia original. 

Follow on Instagram to see how we packaged up homemade cookie, to share with family. #myholidaytradish 

Shop News!

Good morning!

In January, I'm opening an art gallery and another Amelia location, in Water Valley, Mississippi. With this will come a space that I can host classes and workshops. If you are interested in teaching a class (one day - four week sessions available), I'm now taking submissions. There are limited spaces available, so please share with someone that you think would be interested or reach out to me. If you have more questions about this, please email me, hello@ameliapresents.com **SUBJECT: Teaching a class**

For submission emails:
Please tell me the type of class and student number you would like to teach. Also, include an outline for each class you are submitting for. Example, if you have two subjects that you'd like to teach, please submit an outline for each subject. If you have four class sessions that you'd like to teach through out the year, on one subject, please include the dates that you'd like to teach each session.

Classes can be one day, two weeks (one class a week) or four weeks (one class a week) only.

You will be paid for the classes that you teach, with a small rental fee going to the gallery. You will be responsible for getting the supplies for your class, but that will be worked into the price that you charge for your class.

I'd love to see a range of submissions from painting to flower arranging to zine making to cooking to photo styling... and anything in between. I will be hosting some photography classes, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't submit your own photography classes as well. I'd love a great variety.

I'll be taking submissions for 2017 until Jan. 15th, 2017.
Please share this post or tag any friends that you think might be interested. You don't have to be local to teach a class either. I'd love to see folks from all over come and teach. We can provide short term housing if you are from out-of-town.

Thanks!
Erin

Hours at the shop this week

Our hours this week are a bit different. Please note the following:
 
Wednesday (closing early to prepare for the holiday) - Open 10-1
 
Thursday - Closed
 
Friday - Open 8 - 5 (everything in the shop and online 30% off with the code SHOPSMALL2016
 
Small Business Saturday - Open 8 - 5 (sale continues) First ten customers to spend $100 in the shop, will receive a swag bag full of fun goodies!
 
Sunday - Sale continues Open 11 - 2
 
Monday - Shop is closed, but online sale continues, save 30% off
 
Shop independent this season!

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Shop Independent This Season!

Shop independent this season! We've rounded up some of our favorite shops around the country, to visit this season, online and in store! Follow them, support them, buy from them, because the #shopsmall movement is vital to this country. Each one of these shops supports working artists, hand making goods that are made in the USA.

Image by @lhdesign_

* Amelia / ameliapresents.com / @ameliapresents / use the code SHOPSMALL2016 to save 30% off good 11.25 - 11.28
* Little Paper Planes / @lppshop / littlepaperplanes.com
* Olives & Grace / @olivesandgrace
* Clementine / @emilyblistein / clementinestore.com
* Gingiber / @gingiber / Gingiber.com
* Moulton / @moultonatx / moultonatx.com / Use the code HOLIDAY15 through 12.20.16
* Myrtle / @shopmyrtle / myrtleLA.com / Use SHOPSMALL to save 20%
* Reference Point / @refencepointshop / referencepointshop.com / free shipping, no code needed
* Calliope Paperie / @calliopepaperie / calliopepaperie.com / Use the code SHOPSMALL15 to save 15% off orders over $20
* Rare Device / @raredevice / raredevice.net / $5 shipping
* Bison Shop / @bison.shop / shopbisonshop.com
* The Social Club / @thesocialclubok / wearethesocislclub.com
* Otherwild / @otherwild / otherwild.com
* Hey Rooster General Store / @heyrooster / heyrooster.com
* Bell Jar / shop-belljar.com
* Shorthand / @shorthand / shopshorthand.com
* Marion and Rose / @marionandrose / marionandrose.com
* Occasionette / @occasionette / occasionette.com / YAYSHOPSMALL for free shipping

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