It’s that time of year again – FALL! My favorite time of year, and I’m sure a lot of yours, too. So why is it my favorite time of year? The weather is cooler, leaves are falling, and comfort food becomes a staple. A fall tradition many have is to spend an afternoon at the apple orchard – but what do you do with all of those apples? Don’t worry, we have you covered. Baking is obvious, but how can you incorporate your apples into a main dish?
Curried Apple & Swiss Crostini-
Curry is balanced out by thin slices of apples and creamy cheese – perfect for any fall entertaining.
Ancient Grains & Roasted Vegetable Salad
– A hearty salad that has nutty farro, complemented by crisp apples.
Chipotle Apple Pork Roast-
Let the slow cooker do the work in this spicy and sweet pork roast, and use the leftovers the next day for pulled pork sliders.
Maple Apple Pork Chops-
Maple syrup and apples add a hint of sweetness to these pork chops, perfect for a fall weekday dinner.
And of course, we have a bushel (pun intended) of sweet apple recipes that will become a part of your fall baking tradition, too.
Apple Cider Donuts-
A sweet apple cider glaze takes these homemade donuts to a new level. Make the dough the night before for a special fall breakfast.
Apple Pie Fries-
Apple pie in fry form, served with a caramel dipping sauce. Need we say more?
Cherry Apple Pie-
This stunning cherry apple pie will be your go-to fall (and Thanksgiving) dessert.
Blue Ribbon Apple Pie
- A classic pie you can't go wrong with, it's one of our highest rated recipes!
Salted Caramel Apple Cider-
Top off your day of fall fun at the orchard with a mug of piping hot salted caramel apple cider.
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