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Apples, apples everywhere! Make the most of the fall harvest with these recipes for sweets, soups and more.
Homemade applesauce is richly flavored, tart and sweet — almost like apple pie filling — and a world apart from store-bought. Serve it warm out of the oven for instant comfort.
Made partially with whole wheat flour, these apple muffins have a wholesome flavor and texture. They’re also chock full of apples, scented with warm autumn spices, and finished with an irresistible crunchy brown sugar topping.
What’s the secret to a perfect apple pie? Blind baking the crust and boiling down the juices before filling the pie. These steps add a bit of extra time but ensure a crisp, flaky crust and a thick, cider-flavored filling.
Sweet apples nestled in a tender, buttery, rum-scented cake — this dessert is easy to make and even easier to eat! Serve plain or with lightly sweetened whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
Made with carrots, sweet potatoes, apples and honey, this soup with a hint of sweetness and spice just screams fall.
Like an apple pie without the pan, this rustic tart consists of a thin layer of sliced apples baked on top of a buttery, flaky crust. The dough comes together in under a minute and is virtually foolproof – promise.
This old-fashioned dessert of warm baked apples and cranberries with a crunchy oat streusel topping comes from one of my all-time favorite baking books.
A lovely mash-up of French toast and apple pie, this prep-ahead breakfast casserole has all the makings of a special holiday brunch dish – the kind that becomes a much-loved family tradition.
This cozy cocktail combines apple cider with hot buttered rum. Invite the neighbors over and simmer a big pot on the stove for everyone to help themselves.
Challah, rum-soaked raisins, and apples are drenched in a vanilla and cinnamon-scented custard, and then baked into a comforting bread pudding. Serve it with vanilla ice cream for the ultimate fall dessert.
Baked oatmeal is a comforting Amish breakfast casserole with a consistency similar to bread pudding. Filled with tart apples and plump raisins with a crunchy walnut topping, this version is my favorite.
Made with shredded kale, crisp pancetta, tart apples, and pecans in a zingy maple vinaigrette, this fall salad touches all your taste sensations.
Cauliflower, apples and curry might seem like an unusual combination of ingredients, but they blend together into a creamy and seductive soup.