#FoodieFriday with Elizabeth Bright

Oct 13, 2017 by

 

Slow Cooker Apple Cobbler with Elizabeth Bright

 

Filling:

8 apples, peeled, cored, and sliced to 1 inch thick

½ cup brown sugar

½ tsp nutmeg

½ tsp cinnamon

Pinch salt

 

Topping

Can of raw biscuits

6 tbsp melted butter

 

Directions:

Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl. Toss apples to coat. Add apple mixture to slow cooker. Spread biscuits on top and drizzle melted butter across everything. Set slow cooker to 4 hours. Serve with vanilla ice cream.

 

What I’m reading: The Rogue’s Conquest by Lily Maxton. A bluestocking and the illegitimate son of a duke? Yes, please!

 

Check out Elizabeth’s new release, Twice As Wicked, while it’s on sale for just 99¢

 

Miss Alice Bursnell is determined to wreak revenge on Nathaniel Eastwood, Viscount Abingdon, for the seduction, ruin, and death of her beloved twin sister. But how to expose a seducer without falling prey herself? As she gets closer to Nathaniel, she finds she is in serious danger of following in her sister’s much-too-tempted footsteps. The man is nothing like the heartless rake she expected…and his kisses are truly divine. Could she be wrong about him?

When a mysterious and gorgeous woman confronts Nathaniel at a fancy ball, he suspects she has murder on her mind—his own. But the more he tries to determine who the deceptively innocent beauty is—and what she’s up to—the deeper he falls under her alluring spell. Nathaniel fears he’s in imminent danger of losing his life…or worse, his heart.

 

 

 

 

 

Debut author Elizabeth Bright is a writer, attorney, and mother. After spending ten years in New Orleans (yes, she survived Hurricane Katrina), she relocated to Washington, D.C. to be closer to family. When she’s not writing, arguing, or mothering, she can be found hiking in the Shenandoah or rock climbing at Great Falls.

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