Delicious Fall Apple Recipes
Easy Fall Apple Recipes to Cook
Apples are one of the most versatile foods you can pick up at your local farmers market. In season from late August through October 31, not only can you eat these nutritious fruits alone, but there are so many apple recipes for you to experiment. From sweet to savory and everything in between, there are countless ways to enjoy a fresh, juicy apple. Whether you pick your own or purchase a bag from the farmers market or a grocery store, these 6 delicious apple recipes will have you indulging right into the holiday season.
6 Apple Recipes to Try this Fall
Baked Apples: A healthier spin on traditional apple pie, baked apples are so simple to make and delicious! Simply core the apples, stuff with brown sugar, cinnamon and nuts then bake for about 30 – 45 minutes. Make sure you pour a little hot water into the pan so they don’t burn!
Apple Pops: There are so many ways you can dress up an apple. Apple pops are an easy way to indulge in all of your sweet tooth cravings! Simply cut the apple into ½” slices, insert a popsicle stick, line a baking sheet with parchment paper & get creative.
- Choose your dip: peanut butter, milk chocolate, dark chocolate or caramel.
- Toppings: pretzels, nuts, Oreos, candy, sprinkles – the possibilities are endless!
Apple Chips: Moving away from desserts, apple chips are a light, crispy & healthy snack choice. Thinly slice apples into chips, sprinkle with cinnamon then bake in the oven for 1 hour.
Apple Glaze BBQ Sauce: A BBQ sauce or glaze infused with the flavors of apples tastes incredible on pork and chicken dishes.
Frittata: A frittata is very similar to an omelet or quiche, which means it can be enriched with a wide variety of ingredients. A few of our favorite recipes are Sausage & Apple, Apple & Cheddar and Apple, Sausage & Goat Cheese.
Crockpot Apple Sauce: The perfect way to use up your extra apples is also a delicious and healthy fall snack. Simply peel and core your apples then cut them into fourths. Add to the crockpot with lemon juice, sugar, cinnamon and water and cook on high for 3 – 4 hours.
Seasonal Recipe Ideas & Inspiration
If we’ve sparked your inner chef to whip up any of the above fall apple recipes, be sure to use only the freshest ingredients, fruits & vegetables, many of which can be found at our NJ produce market. For more cooking inspiration, check out our Summer Peach Recipes. Fiorentino’s Farm Market is open seasonally, offering fresh produce, as well as baked goods, snacks, nuts, plants & flowers and much more. Check out our blog regularly to see other delicious recipe ideas, as well as helpful tips including ways to reduce food waste, summer produce preservation tips and more!