Bite Into These Autumn Apple Recipes

Preparing and making Dutch applepie

As fall approaches, the seasonal fruit is undoubtedly the apple. As Thanksgiving draws closer, so do the family and friend gatherings. If you’re thinking about making a boring apple pie, don’t. This year you can bring one of these autumn apple recipes to the table and blow everyone’s taste buds out of the water. After biting into these dishes, your friends and family will be begging you to make them every year!

Apple Cranberry Tart

This dessert does not just include apples, as it is paired with cranberries to help you achieve that tart, holiday dessert taste. The cranberries in this recipe will add significant flavor to your traditional apple tart and give everyone that warm and fuzzy feeling inside this winter and fall. In addition to the apples and cranberries, this recipe also incorporates other famous seasonal flavors. The crust involves crushed walnuts, and the filling is topped with orange zest, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger. It can be recommended to serve this Apple Cranberry Tart warm but is known to be just as delicious at room temperature as well.

Cinnamon Roll Apple Pie

Remember when we said there is no need to bring a traditional apple pie to your upcoming holiday gatherings? Well, this is what we meant. This Cinnamon Roll Apple Pie recipe will have people not knowing what to expect before tasting, but it will leave them coming back for seconds and maybe thirds. The best part about this cinnamon roll apple pie is you can serve it as breakfast. The secret to the cinnamon roll flavor is using mini cinnamon rolls sprinkled with cinnamon sugar as the crust. If you are using a clear pie pan, it looks beautiful from the outside as well. When finished baking this delicious Cinnamon Roll Apple Pie top it with vanilla ice cream and let your taste buds do the rest!

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Caramel Apple Cream Cheese Spread

This Caramel Apple Cream Cheese Spread is for the people that need a 5-minute dish to bring to any gathering. The best part is it will seem like you spent hours on it! It makes the perfect snack, fall charcuterie board addition, or weeknight dessert. For this recipe, all you need is three ingredients, including a block of cream cheese, carmael sauce, and almonds (or any nut of your choice.) This cream cheese spread is great paired with apple slices, crackers, or any kind of fruit. Enjoy this spread at a gathering or just as a treat to yourself.