20 Apple Recipes That Make Fall Cozy and Warm


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What’s the first thing I do when I enter the great state of Vermont? I pick apples.

What’s the last thing I did when I left Vermont yesterday? Yes, I picked apples.

Well, I didn’t actually pick them.

I darted into the Upper Valley Food Coop in White River Junction, Vermont and picked up many half-pecks of Empire apples, Gala apples, Honeycrisp apples, and even Gingergold apples.

What will I do with all of them?


Hmm, most of them will be eaten up, just as they are – perfect, sweet, and tart. But I’m also making a batch of apple butter later in the week; dipping them in Jessie’s coconut caramel sauce on the weekend (and the chocolate dip, if I must); and shredding them into 1/2 cup portions for sweetening all my autumn-ish smoothies.

I will also pile them into every salad this month, like I did with this one for the makers at our pop-up market last week. And, no doubt, I’ll make a dairy-free version of this Apple Cinnamon Tray Cake this week, top.



I made some Apple Cinnamon Scones while up north this past weekend, and now I’m on an apple-cinnamon kick. I’ll make sure to add shredded apple to my soon-to-come-to-life Apple Butter + Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Jars.

After all, double the apples are double the fun.


Before I go, I compiled a list of all of our best apple recipes ad my favorites from across the web. Because I’m here to help and encourage all the apple-loving. It’s like Food Gift Love, just Apple-Love!

Apple Pie Oatmeal

Apple Cinnamon Tray Cake

Rustic Apple Custard Pies

Cranberry Apple Pie

Whole Grain Caramel Apple Hand Pies

How to Bake an Apple Tart

Spicy Apple and Pear Crumble

Apple Pie Bundt Cake

Warm Rice Pudding with Caramelized Apples

Pineapple, Apple and Zucchini Slaw with Mustard Dressing

Apple Cider Steamed Mussels

Apple Chipotle Vinaigrette

Apple Orange Hot Toddy

Orchard Fruit Sodas

Fennel Apple Spritzer

Sparkling Apple Sangria

Fennel Apple Rhubarb Shrub

Natural Cinnamon Apple Fruit Leather

Chocolate Pretzel Caramel Apples

Apricot and Almond Muesli

Lead, second, and fourth photos taken by Molly Shuster. Third photo taken by Maggie Battista. Final photo taken by Jill Chen.

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