Fall’s favorite fruit teams up with a little sugar and spice for a Southern roll call of irresistible treats – from caramel apple muffins to pecan pie cobbler.
A mix of Granny Smith and Braeburn apples gives this special pie a rich, complex flavor and texture. Ice-cold apple cider
is just one of the secrets to the tender, flaky crust.
Praline-Apple Bread is decadent enough to serve as dessert. Sour cream is the secret to the rich, moist texture of this bread.
There's no butter or oil in the batter―only in the glaze.
Cooking over coals isn't just for steaks and burgers any more. Slice into fall's favorite fruit for delicious Grilled Apple
Refrigerated piecrust dough is the speedy secret to these pastry-wrapped baked apples. Firm and juicy Braeburn apples are
excellent for baking. Other good choices are Granny Smith, Cortland, Empire, and Jonagold.
A buttery mix of brown sugar and pecans caramelizes as it bakes beneath the bottom crust of Apple Upside-Down Pie.
Cashews, cranberries, and paper-thin shavings of Swiss cheese bring a triple hit of fast flavor to this crisp fall salad.
We love it with Lexington-Style Grilled Chicken and Bacon-and-Mushroom Wild Rice.
No rolling pin required for this company-worthy cobbler! Sauté the apples and pears in brown sugar and butter, then pour on
the crust and bake.
Searching for the perfect dessert for a tailgating party? This is it – a luscious sheet cake so simple to make you won’t believe
you started from scratch.
The crisp, sweet snap of Gala apples gives summery coleslaw a cool-weather update – perfect for backyard cookouts. Try it
for Saturday night supper with Toasted Pecan, Cranberry, and Gorgonzola Turkey Burgers or Barbecue Pork Sandwiches.
Tart Granny Smith apples, sautéed in brown sugar and butter, get topped with the tender, sweet crunch of a pecan-pie muffin
batter. Bake this fall favorite in six individual ramekins or a single casserole dish.
This weeknight-easy treat is ready for the oven in minutes. A few quick tricks turn a box of gingerbread mix into a tender,
streusel-topped crust for a buttery-rich apple pie filling.
Sautéed apple slices baked beneath the batter turn these special muffins into miniature apple upside-down cakes. The same
recipe also makes two luscious loaves of apple bread – perfect for fall picnics and tailgating.
Apples are an easy (and delicious) way to add extra goodness to simple sandwiches – from smoked turkey and Swiss to grilled Cheddar and bacon. Our latest favorite? Layer crisp sweet Gala apple slices with the peppery bite of arugula and a creamy blue cheese, honey, and walnut spread.
Everyone loves apple pie, especially fresh from the oven on a chilly fall day. You can make this easy applesauce filling up to 1 week ahead and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator – ready to spoon into a crust whenever you get a craving.
Tart blackberries and sweet apples caramelize perfectly with layers of buttery cake in this one-pan dessert.
Branch out and get creative with some of our favorite caramel apple toppings. Please note: We used Southern magnolia twigs; other branches may render the apples inedible. When in doubt, use craft sticks or large
Slow-cooked sweetened apples combine with a shortbread base for an irresistible buttery tart. For a special adult treat, serve
with a scoop of vanilla-bean ice cream drizzled with premium boubon and spinkled with fresh coffee grounds.
A sugary spin on a cream cheese classic with a crisp bruléed topping.
This cake is down-home delicious and so easy you won't believe you started from scratch.
These are prettiest the day they are made. After standing overnight, the caramel melts into the muffins. (They're still delicious!)
This shortbread crust is the perfect foil for ice cream.