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15 Must-Make Fall Apple Recipes

15 Must-Make Fall Apple Recipes

Nothing says fall quite like delicious, crisp apples. To usher in the season, we’ve rounded up 15 of our favorite Farmers’ Almanac fall apple recipes for you to enjoy—sweet and savory—all in one spot!

15 Must-Make Fall Apple Recipes

Click on each of the links below for the recipes.

  1. Farmers’ Almanac Winning Apple Pie Recipes
  2. Acorn Squash with Apple Raisin Stuffing – why wait for Thanksgiving?
  3. Fall Apple Crisp
  4. Apple Muffins
  5. Apple Butter
  6. Apple Cake
  7. Dutch Apple Fritters
  8. Apple Bleu Cheese Pizza – a surprising take on a classic.
  9. Maple Apple Chicken
  10. Apple Frittata
  11. Apple Grilled Cheese
  12. Apple Dumplings with Hot Cider Sauce
  13. Caramel Apples
  14. Mango Apple Salsa
  15. Make Your Own Chunky Applesauce!

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  • BJ Green says:

    I really like Apple/Cranberry pie. Make whatever Apple pie you like and add about 2/3rds can of whole berry cranberry sauce to the apples in the bowl & bake as always. Adds a very nice tang to the pie.

  • DEE ANN YANCEY says:

    Plz send all Apple recipes to my email. THX SO much, DEE ANN YANCEY

  • LAURA says:

    I just had the family over for some homemade Apple Pancakes. Tons of apples in them and sprinkle some sugar on top. Delicious….

  • idna says:

    I made Apple Rhubarb sauce this year…. Wow new favorite. I am planning on trying it in a marinade for chicken or pork as well.

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