Once a peasant’s dessert, pear and apple bread pudding from Lake Como is a delicious dessert and way to use up old bread.
What is socca, you ask? It’s chickpea flour flatbread, and these little bites are crispy, flavorful and packed with a whole lot of goodness.
Traditional dutch apple fritters are perfect for an afternoon snack or a way to end dinner on a refreshing but sweet note.
Make an Italian style pear strudel common to the Trentino Alto Adige region of Northern Italy.
These sweet apple, honey, and brie delights are not only easy to make and even easier to serve, but the hand pies can be made of a gluten free crust, too.
These may be the softest dinner rolls. Grace your holiday table with these golden breads made special with aromatic sage and a hint of apple cider.
Combine favorite seasonal flavors in a fun new way with a spiced apple and cabbage sauerkraut. It is packed with probiotics and a great topping.
Somewhere between a crumble, crisp, and pie are these gluten free apple cranberry bars that are so easy to make.
A spiced, soft quick bread made with applesauce is baked atop caramelized apples and cranberries for a stunning holiday presentation.
A beautiful combination, this sweet and tangy apple and blackberry pie is loaded with a sticky compote sauce perfect with a lot of lattice crust.
A light, spiced meringue is layered with smooth mascarpone cream, cooked apples, and a salted caramel sauce. Who needs apple pie when there is pavlova?
Baked spiced apple donuts are coated in a simply sweet honey glaze for a delicious bite.
A light, cheesecake-like dessert is softened with ricotta cheese and sweetened with an apple for a simple autumn dessert.
Similar to beer bread, this crisp crusted hard cider bread has great tangy apple flavor. Slather with maple butter and serve with a bowl of chili.
Fall apples are dusted with cinnamon sugar, cored, filled with caramel, and wrapped in buttery puff pastry. Serve with ice cream for a simply stunning dessert.
Warm, fried apple fritters are filled with spiced apple filling and covered in a sweet, shiny glaze for a mouthwatering fall treat.
A coconut milk and cinnamon smoothie takes an autumn turn and ends up tasting exactly like an apple pie.
A soft clafoutis with sweet potato and apple has all the flavors of autumn pies in one. Full of spices, it is the perfect addition to your morning coffee.
Made with apple slices, brown sugar, soy sauce, and cider, this chicken becomes tender, so flavorful, and the perfect fall dinner.
Skip candied apples and instead make this soft apple cake complete with sweet toffee pieces and a decadent salted caramel sauce.
A simple apple tart with a vanilla and apple filling is topped with thinly arranged apple slices for an elegant presentation of the classic French dessert.
Chewy, soft blondies take on autumnal flavors of soft apple pieces and spices of cinnamon and nutmeg. They’re a sweet delight!
Savor autumn apples by quick pickling them in a sweet balsamic with shallots. Serve on salads with cheeseboards or even on top of a burger.
Soft, flavorful cinnamon cake is filled with crisp apples. One sweet bite and it will truly feel like fall.
Streusel muffins studded with apples are perfectly moist and filled with the flavors of fall. Start baking and your house will smell amazing.
A perfect pie filling to feature the best of fall, that is also wonderful served right out of the jar over ice cream, stirred into oatmeal, or folded into turnovers.
Set on a pie crust to make beautiful caramel squares, this fall-inspired dessert is a sweet and salty delight.
As we dive into fall, this ice cream is a cool treat while the weather is still warm, but with a touch of autumn flavors. Plus, it does not require an ice cream maker and is so easy to whip up.
A unique slaw equipped with crunchy Brussel sprouts, crisp granny smith apples and bright green onions. Try this delicious side as a taco topping, too.
Fluffy fried dough covered in mounds of powdered sugar. Cinnamon-sugar apples and buttery havarti makes for a delicious twist on these classic favorites.
Two types of cheese, crisp apples, and sweet fig butter makes for a gooey, delicious, and just a little bit fancy grilled cheese sandwich.
A rich smoothie made with almond milk and a blend of satisfying spices that are perfect to comfort or refresh whether spring has arrived for you yet or not.
Just like an apple fritter donut, this bread has diced apples and great spice. Once baked, top with glaze and then patiently let it cool as it soaks it up.
Standing the test of time, the apple pie is a world famous pastry that has adapted to times of limited ingredients with alterations like the crumble.
From the tree to the bottle, see a small part of the maple process and enjoy the fresh syrup in a delicious apple butter.
A hearty winter salad complete with bread soaked in a maple balsamic dressing, apples, and butternut squash.
Before this cake is flipped, apples are nestled into a bottom layer of caramel and then topped with a simple, sweet batter. Serve warm with ice cream.
Applesauce, molasses, and a blend of spices make these cookies soft and sweet. You don’t need a reason or an occasion to make these, they are that good.
A delicious dish for brunch, this quiche is hearty, but balanced by sweet apple and onion.
Suet pudding is a holiday pudding made with beef or lamb fat. Try this rendition engulfed in a rich vanilla sauce.
Start a cold morning with a warm bowl of baked oats, sweet enough to brighten your day, but nutritious enough to get you through until lunch.
Let your mouth water at this slow cooked recipe, a collaboration between Honest Cooking and FIJI Water, a celebration of things that get better with time.
Sweet and spicy chutney with aromatic ingredients like star anise, cardamom, and cinnamon, to compliment to the rich and creamy Aged Havarti cheese.
Crispy apple fry pies with a hint of spice are doused in sweet glaze that helps put the crackle in every bite.
Apple cake with cookie butter in the batter is swirled with a spiced cheesecake. Cinnamon whipped cream, walnuts and cookies finish this decadent dessert.
Perfectly spiced cinnamon waffles topped with sweet caramelized apples are sure to get you out of bed even on the coldest morning.
Despite looking intimidating, this wreath bread is easy to make and will impress your eaters with its flavor, too.
Apple cake is an autumn tradition. This is made with olive oil and maple frosting. It may be a bit untraditional, but it is beautiful, and delicious.
Thanksgiving stuffing gets a makeover with crispy, whole grain bread, braised kale, sweet caramelized onions and apples.
Roasting vegetables takes time, but creates amazing flavor that cannot be otherwise obtained. Create this warm and zesty soup, it is worth the wait.
These easy flower shaped buns are not only pretty, but they taste amazing, too. With fresh butter to melt on top they’re a smash hit for the fall season.
Pie has come to represent the best of American ideals, history and pride. How did the dessert become embedded with such patriotism and sentimentality?
Cinnamon spiced sweet apples inside a flaky pastry crust drizzled with a sweet and tart lemon glaze can be your ultimate indulgence over a weekend.
Unlock the good bourbon and start baking. These bars are a quaint, yet indulgent dessert that finishes with the taste of a buttery, bacon shortbread crust.
Cinnamon cream, no-bake cheesecake, crushed cookies, and apple layers can be made ahead so when it is time to entertain all you have to do is assemble.
This crunchy, flaky dessert is unique and delicious all the same. This is not your typical apple pie, but has all of the traditional flavors of one.
These tiny puff pastries are light and delicate. Each one is stuffed with homemade apple pie cream and topped generously with caramel sauce.
From a breakfast bread to an easy dessert, this glazed pull-apart cinnamon and apple bread can be made with your favorite biscuit dough recipe.
Learn how to make autumn a bit warmer and sweeter with these scrumptious apple fritters. The fritters are rolled in cinnamon sugar and fried to perfection.
This decadent sauce should be your new fall staple to drizzle over pie, stir into drinks, and dunk your apple slices in.