10 Delicious Apple Recipes for Anytime of Day

Some people go crazy for pumpkins in the fall, but I love apples. Apples for breakfast, lunch and desert. Here are some tried and true apple recipes that I love to share during the fall. Bonus points if you get out to a local apple orchard and pick them yourself!

Breakfast

I discovered this crockpot apple oatmeal when I was still nursing, since oatmeal encourages milk production, yet I hate oatmeal. I thought the addition of apples and apple juice and a little cinnamon might help.

slow cooker apple cinnamon steel cut oatmeal

Source: Overnight, Slow Cooker, Apple Cinnamon Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Apple maple parfait? Yes, please. This recipe combines probiotic, protein-packed yogurt with real maple syrup, baked apples, and granola. Basically, someone finally figured out how to legitimately eat apple pie for breakfast. Plus, you can make ahead and just throw the granola on right before you eat.

apple maple parfait

Source: Apple Maple Parfait | Nutmeg Nanny

Caramel apple cinna-minis combine my favorite fruit—apples—with my favorite breakfast food, cinnamon rolls! This recipe calls for crescent rolls instead of making the bread from scratch, but I’m thinking it would be easy to adapt to my favorite cinnamon roll recipe from the Pioneer Woman.

caramel apple cinnaminis

Source: Caramel Apple Cinna-minis – Crumbs and Chaos

 

Lunch

Ever had a Vermont burger? I ate one at Circus Café in Saratoga Springs, New York, and it goes like this: make a burger, add cheddar, bacon and grilled apples. Perfection! You can also try this fancier version, which replaces grilled apples with apple schnapps slaw.

Source: #CookClub recipe No. 21: The Best of Vermont Burger (w/video) | Things to do in Tampa Bay | Tampa Bay Times

My grandmother was the first person to ever make me Waldorf salad, and the taste still reminds me of her. Get the original recipe used by the Waldorf-Astoria in New York since 1893 here.

Source: Waldorf Salad Recipe | SimplyRecipes.com

I love turkey sandwich with avocado and bacon, but turkey with Havarti and apples is a very close second.

turkey sandwich with havarti and apples

turkey sandwich with havarti and apples Source: Open-Faced Turkey Sandwich with Apple and Havarti Recipe | MyRecipes.com

Dinner

Crockpot honey pork and apples is an easy dish that you can throw together in the morning and not think about again until you smell the flavors wafting through the air when you return home.

crockpot honey pork and apples

Source: Crockpot Honey Pork and Apples | Stockpiling Moms

Chicken apple sausage is another great way to enjoy apples—and it’s lighter than traditional pork sausage. Try it in pasta or in any other dish that uses plain sausage.

Source: One Pan Chicken Apple Sausage Pasta – Inspired by Charm

Finally, there’s bacon, brie and apple grilled cheese. Toasty and warm, this is a fancy take on comfort food.

Source: Work It Wednesday No. 19 – The Turquoise Home

Dessert

I feel like everyone should know how to make apple butter. It’s easy, delicious and peps up everything you put it on.

Source: Grandmas Apple Butter Recipe – Food.com

Apple pie ice cream was a traditional fall treat at our house. My dad made it with the ice cream maker which, as a kid, was always fascinating to watch. Pro tip: dice those apples really tiny—they freeze!

Source: Apple Pie Ice Cream | Brown Eyed Baker

Finally, I thought these apple pie bites were the perfect combination of flavor AND portion control!

Source: Apple Pie Bites | The Blond Cook

Which recipe will you give a try?

Erin Hayes Burt

Erin Hayes Burt

Erin Burt is a freelance writer and mom of three girls. She enjoys yoga and reading non chick-lit fiction when she's not translating the ramblings of toddlers or training for her next half marathon.
Erin Hayes Burt

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Erin Burt is a freelance writer and mom of three girls. She enjoys yoga and reading non chick-lit fiction when she's not translating the ramblings of toddlers or training for her next half marathon.


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