Pumpkin is a lot of people’s go-to flavor in the fall, myself included. Everything from the coffee you drink to the scented candles in your home are pumpkin spice. We forget that apples are totally a staple of the season too. If you’re looking for ways to take advantage of the fruit this season you can’t miss these 10 tasty apple dessert ideas for fall!
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Plain apples have never been a favorite of mine. I love them in dishes but I’m not one to go, “You know what sounds good? A fresh apple.”
My youngest, on the other hand, loves them. Last week, he asked to have one as a snack. Normally I cut up his apples for him but he is getting old enough now that I figured he could just have one right out of the fruit bowl this time.
Then, he calls across the room for me because he thought part of his apple was bad and didn’t want to eat it. I go over to check it out for him and find that the “bad” part of the apple he was referring to was the freaking core!
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Um, baby, you don’t have to eat that part of the apple. That is how much he loves apples! He didn’t want to miss one part of it so he was attempting to eat the core.
Because of that, I’m making a conscious effort this year to incorporate more apples into our fall meal plan. Of course, the easiest place to start is desserts like these 10 tasty apple dessert ideas.
Skillet Caramel Apple Crisp (Pink Fortitude)
Fruit crisps are always delicious. You get the perfect mix of the sweet and the crunch for your taste buds. This awesome recipe doesn’t disappoint on either front!
Easy Caramel Apple Dump Cake (Walking on Sunshine)
Caramel apples are amazing! There is nothing better than walking around a local fair with one of those babies. This delicious recipe brings you all of that amazing flavor in a cake!
Apple Pie Cupcake (Cincy Shopper)
Looking for a way to enjoy that apple pie flavor in an individual serving size? If so then these delicious little cupcakes are perfect!
Easy Apple Crisp Recipe (Kleinworth & Co.)
Did I mention how much I love fruit crisps? In case you didn’t get it before you certainly will after checking out this additionally amazing apple crisp recipe!
Apple Spice Gooey Butter Cake (Queen Bee Baker)
When you want an apple dessert that simply melts in your mouth in a deliciously decadent way, you need to make this amazing recipe.
Chocolate Covered Apple Slices (All Because She Saved)
Get the perfect chocolate to apple ratio when you make these babies! They are the perfect apple treat to surprise your kids with or to serve at a party.
Apple Cinnamon Croissant Cake Recipe (Ann’s Entitled Life)
It doesn’t get much easier than this recipe. You could totally get away with this for an indulgent brunch as well as a delicious dessert.
Slow Cooker Apple Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding (Eat Move Make)
Is break pudding your thing? This recipe makes it easy by utilizing your slow cooker. It’s a fantastic recipe for parties and big holiday dinners.
Homemade Apple Pie Filling to Can (A Proverbs 31 Wife)
Always have apple pie close at hand with this homemade filling. All the hard work is done letting you whip up a tasty dessert in no time for surprise guests or last minute pitch-ins.
Apple Cinnamon Roll Coffee Cake & Apple Cream Cheese Icing (Intelligent Domestications)
Cinnamon rolls are amazing on their own but this recipe takes it to the next level for fall with some apple-y deliciousness. Bonus, since cinnamon roll is in the title it totally counts as breakfast, right?
These 10 tasty apple dessert ideas are just what you need when you are an attempt-to-eat-the-core apple lover like my son. Of course, now we need to find some savory apple dinner dishes. As much as kids wish for it, you can’t eat dessert all the time.
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