Apples with Bratwurst and Sauerkraut is the ultimate autumn comfort food recipe. The brats are browned in a pan then stewed with sauerkraut, and apple juice. Apple slices are popped in at the end for a touch of sweetness. This traditional German recipe is a about to become a favorite with your family.
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It’s cool, refreshing, but loaded with spiced rum and sweet caramel apple sauce. This caramel apple rum punch screams of fall and we love it!
Halloween Pumpkin Spice and Applesauce Cupcakes are a fun, seasonal dessert that your kids will not only have fun making, but eating too. The secret to the flavor in the cupcakes comes from the applesauce.
What’s better than homemade apple cake? Homemade apple snack cake that’s easy enough for after-school weekday baking, and wholesome enough to eat as an afternoon snack.
These oven baked apple donuts are gluten-free, easy to make and smell like fall! They’re made with applesauce, almond flour and loaded with cinnamon.
These Apple Blondies are made with brown sugar, applesauce, fresh apples, and a touch of cinnamon. A honey and whiskey-laced Hot Toddy Glaze crowns this delicious fall treat.
These egg-free, vegan black bean brownies have a beautiful fudgy, rich texture thanks to black beans and apple sauce. Surprise a friend with some brownies and make them guess the secret ingredeints!
These Tomato and Apple Cider Vinegar BBQ Chicken Kabobs and Maple-Apple Cider Vinegar Slaw make for a delicious, yet light, meal. The kabobs are slathered with a zesty Tomato and Apple Cider Vinegar BBQ Sauce and served over a Cabbage Slaw that had been tossed with a light Maple Apple Cider Vinegar Dressing.
This recipe is a delicious take on the classic Waldorf salad. Deliciously creamy apple cider vinegar dressing is used instead of mayonnaise for a lighter and fresher vegan version. Perfect for your Labor Day vegan menu.
It’s a customizable, low sugar granola that’s subtly sweet and crunchy enough for breakfast or to have as a snack.
This flavorful 4-ingredient BBQ pulled chicken is great for busy fall weeknights. Make it low and slow in the slow cooker or fast and furious in the Instant Pot. Serve on brioche buns with coleslaw and pickles or over a simple salad for a family-friendly meal.
These Apple Sauce Crepes are made with cinnamon, Apple Sauce, ricotta and honey. They’re super delicious and healthy at the same time. A perfect option for breakfast, a school lunch or even an afternoon snack.
Sweet, salty and crunch, this pineapple-bacon coleslaw is a colorful side dish, salad, burger or hot dog topping. An apple cider vinaigrette gives it the perfect touch of tang and fruitiness.