8 Apple Dessert Ideas For Fall
Fall means apples—and baking with real butter!
Whether you go apple picking, grab a few at your local farmers market or pick up a bag at the grocery store, now is the time to try apple dessert recipes. We connected with our friends at Go Bold with Butter to gather our favorite apple dessert ideas. Each one below proves apples are a versatile fruit perfect for Thanksgiving feasts and more. And they complement fall dishes like Roasted Autumn Vegetables With Harissa Dip and this Smoked Gouda Tortilla Hack!
Apple Cherry Turnovers are the ideal fall brunch treat. And they can be made in a leisurely way over a couple days. Once you've made the dough, refrigerate it overnight so it will be ready to roll and bake the second day. Their flaky crust makes them worth the wait.
These cookies epitomize fall and winter holidays. Not only are they pretty to look at, they're a symphony of sweet flavors to taste. Get to baking these award-winning Butter Pecan Toffee Apple Sundae Cookies.
Try this fall spin on a family favorite: Caramel Apple Monkey Bread pairs soft dough with an apple-packed punch and tops it in gooey caramel. Plan to make this over two days to allow the dough to chill, and we promise the results are worth it.
Here's a classic dessert that's destined for cozy nights. Crack the cinnamon and sugar-coated crust for a warm and full burst of apple flavor that contrasts sublimely with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Serve Classic Apple Cobbler to complete your next autumn meal.
Here are three of Thanksgiving's popular pie flavors, all baked into one harmonious chorus of flavor. Pecan Apple Pumpkin Pie is the ultimate crowd-pleaser of fall pies. With a flaky crust, crunchy-caramelly pecan topping and sweet-and-soft filling, this dessert literally has it all.
Spiced apples with cheesecake make delectable fall desserts for gatherings big and small. Don't let the long directions fool you: these beautiful little dishes are easy to make. And there's no oven needed, so get to making No-Bake Apple Cheesecakes.
Nothing quite like coming in from a long walk over crunching leaves to the smell of apples, brown sugar and cinnamon heating up on the kitchen counter. Get this sensation and then eat the results with this Slow Cooker Apple Crisp.
If you're looking for a new twist on apple pie, this recipe for Sour Cream Apple Pie has you covered. With a crumbly cinnamon streusel and sweet apples layered in tangy-and-thick sour cream, it's an up-leveled holiday classic.