It’s apple picking season! If you love to head out to the orchards with your family, but find yourself overwhelmed by the bushels of apples you end up with, here are 23 delicious ways to cook them!
Sage, onions, and apple wedges add even more fall flavor to this sweet-and-savory pork chop. See it being made in the video above!
What do you get when you combine apple cobbler, cinnamon rolls, and pie? This amazing, decadent dessert that gets drizzled with a buttery, vanilla glaze. Yum-o!
A simple crust of gluten-free oats, butter, salt, and sugar make the perfect base for this apple pie.
Apple wedges get tossed in lemon juice and nutmeg before being roasted alongside chicken, potatoes, and onions in this hearty, seasonal meal.
Apple cider's not just a delicious fall beverage, it's an excellent addition to this tart marinade which can be used on your favorite cut of meat.
Diced apples are cooked in a flavorful combination of bacon drippings, onion, and celery until softened, stirred into a cheesy cornmeal batter, then baked into an irresistible golden brown spoonbread.
Aromatic leeks and apples enhance these crowd-pleasing, individual pot pies.
Apples do double duty in this sensational brisket recipe! They're thinly sliced and added to the cabbage and apple cider is used in the braising liquid.
Frozen puff pastry makes this comforting apple pie a total cinch to put together!
Sara Moulton, one of the nation’s top recipe writers and cooking teachers does it again. This is SO EASY.
This autumnal treat has everything—chocolate, caramel, nuts, hot fudge, pretzels, and, of course, a crunchy apple underneath. Watch Julie Andrews help make them here: Salty Chocolate Pretzel Caramel Apple
These are equally perfect for breakfast or dessert.
If you’re looking for another savory idea, this delicious braised pork will satisfy the whole family, and is the perfect meal for a chilly fall evening.
The combination of sweet-and-savory takes this comforting mac and cheese to new heights.
How’s this for a health treat? You only need TWO ingredients for these delicious apple chips from chef Graham Elliot: apples and cinnamon!
Simply core and peel an apple, cut into rings, place on your griddle, spoon prepared pancake batter over it... and cook like a regular pancake. Yum!
If you want all the flavor of apple pie, but don’t have a crowd to feed, you can try these individual mini apple pies, made right in the lid of a mason jar!
These healthy meatballs are made with the superfood quinoa and some grated apple for an added flavor boost.
This yummy breakfast juice from Curtis Stone is a healthy way to drink your vitamins!
This one's great for a crowd! Throw the ingredients in the crockpot and let it cook, then just make the sauce to drizzle on top when you’re ready to serve.
Served with a thyme-infused applesauce and red cabbage with apples... What could be more perfect for a cozy fall dinner?
A little booze in your apple pie? Yes, please. This recipe is spiked with bourbon to take the classic to a whole new level.
Apple cider vinegar adds tang to the pan sauce for this easy chicken dish.