Scrumptious Apple Recipes for Your Fall Cravings

In honor of Rosh Hoshanah (Jewish New Year) and the arrival of autumn, I found it all too important to share some wonderful apple recipe with you. Apples in the Jewish faith are known to have healing properties and are often paired with honey for a sweet new year. Here are some fantastic apple recipes to get you ready for this upcoming season of harvest.

Appetizer Recipes – Here are some both sweet and savory appetizers that would be great for any occasion.

Apple and Ham Sandwiches – Perfect Party Food

Asian Apple Meatballs

Prosciutto Apple Bites

Apple Spiced Hummus

Chocolate Turtle Apple Slices

Apple Cinnamon Fries

Apple and Onion Crostini

Soup Recipes – I LOVE soup. Especially in cold weather. Here are some great apple soups to try this season.

Cheese and Beer Apple Soup

Curry Apple Soup

Apple Butternut Squash Bisque

Hungarian Apple Soup

Side Dish Recipes – Here are some marvelous side dishes that would be a great accompaniment to any main dish.

Sweet Potato Apple Breakfast Bake

Apple and Bacon Risotto

Vegan Latkes

Apple, Beet, and Potato Tian

Cranberry Sage Stuffing

Potato and Apple Au Gratin

Bacon Apple Brussel Sprouts

Cheddar Apple Bacon Biscuits

Apple Bacon Cornmeal Scones

Savory Recipes – Here are some great main dishes that can be eaten not only in the fall but throughout the year as well.

Apple-Jalapeno Smoked Ribs

Apple Cider Turkey Burgers

Sweet Potato Hash

Apple Cider Chicken Skillet

Butternut Squash Apple Galette

Apple Gouda Stuffed Chicken

Slow-Cooked Apple Pork Loin

Apple Focaccia

Savory Apple Tart

Sweet Recipes – Of course there are tons of great sweet apple recipes. Hopefully you will some some new and interesting ones in this list.

Breakfast Apple Pie – need I say more!

Vegan Rustic Tart – So beautiful and delicious

Caramel Apple Parfait

Jewish Apple Cake

Apple Cranberry Galette

Caramel Apples

Salted Caramel Apple Cider Doughnuts

Rustic French Apple Tart

Apple Turnovers

Beverage Recipes – Of course you always need new drink recipes. Here are some new alcoholic and non-alcoholic ones to satisfy your apple-y cravings.

I love this smokey Mezcal Apply drink!

Poison Apple Martini

Hot Mulled Apple Cider

Apple-ly Fireball Shots

Apple Cider Moscow Mule

Apple and Ginger Cocktail

Non-Alcoholic Beverages:

Spinach Apple Smoothie

Apple Smoothie

Strawberry Apple Smoothie

Lemon Berry Apple Cider vinegar – Perfect for your gut health

Fall is such a fun time of year and what better way to get ready for the season than to begin it with apples. They are so versatile – there is no reason that you can’t add this food item as a staple in your kitchen recipes. I hope that you are able to find something delicious and inspiring for this season and please make sure you share with us the results!

Lauren Cop is a part-time SAHM (Stay At Home Mom) of Irish Twins and Senior writer/editor ciao_laurencop_sig-01of the Olive Shoe Blog. Currently Lauren and her family live in Tallahassee, FL where she teaches at a local pre-school. A Clemson fanatic, alumni and general sports enthusiast. She loves reading, gardening, food, and traveling. Follow her TwitterInstagram, and Pinterest.

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