Fantastic Apple Recipes For Fall

Sep 9 2013 - 4:25am

Nothing says "Autumn has arrived!" more than a big bite into a crisp, juicy apple. Whether you want something savory, sweet, or boozy, check out these apple recipes we've pulled to make great use of one of our favorite fruits.

— Additional reporting by Anna Monette Roberts

Cranberry-Apple Baked Oatmeal

The aroma alone of this cranberry-apple baked oatmeal [1] is enough to get anyone out of bed in the morning.

Grilled Chicken, Apple, and Onion Sandwich

Pack a grilled chicken, apple, and onion sandwich [2] for an easy lunch or weeknight dinner.

Apple Cobbler

Michelle Obama's slow-cooked apple cobbler [3] should be a staple Fall recipe in every household.

Dehydrated Apples

Ever try to buy apple chips at the store? They're expensive! Luckily, even a standard oven can be used to dehydrate apples [4].

Apple Cidercar

A spin on the sidecar cocktail, this apple cidercar [5] concentrates Fall flavors into a cocktail form.

Apple-Date Muffincakes

Darling apple-date muffincakes [6] would be quite the sweet addition at a big brunch.

Gorgonzola and Apple Mac and Cheese

Grown-up gorgonzola and apple macaroni and cheese [7] is a perfect combination of flavors for a special weeknight meal.

Individual Baked Apple Crisps

These individual baked apple crisps [8] couldn't be easier to pull together. Hello weeknight dessert.

Roasted Applesauce

This is no jarred stuff. Learn the process behind making homemade apple sauce [9]. Snack on it alone or spoon it over oatmeal, latkes [10], or buttermilk pancakes [11].

Mayo-Free Waldorf

Take the Waldorf salad, but hold the mayo for this version [12] containing celery, apple, grapes, and walnuts.

Grilled Apple and Cheese

This grilled cheese [13] has a few special items hidden within its gooey center, including apples and grainy mustard.

Apple Rum Twist

A perfect Fall cocktail is a happy apple rum twist [14]. There may be an impromptu happy hour in store tonight!

The World's Best Apple Pie

This apple pie recipe [15] calls for shortening instead of butter, so the crust is exceptionally flaky.

Waldorf Salad

The Waldorf Salad has been around for over a century, but this version [16] is as modern as it gets.

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