Apple season is in full swing in my neck of the woods and with the first cool breezes of fall making their grand entrance this week, I’m ready to get in the kitchen for some Fall comfort foods.
Today, I’m sharing my 12 most loved apple recipes with you. These are a dozen of my personal favorites – the ones I look forward to the most! I hope you find some old familiars and new favorites among the bunch!
The name says it all. This bread is studded with apples and the perfect blend of spices and it bakes up with a crunchy topping!
There is nothing quite like coming home to the smell of these delicious apples in your crock pot!
In addition to this being a cherished post now that Grandmama has gone on to the big family reunion in Heaven, this dish is one of the most delicious dumpling recipes I’ve ever had!
A fresh apple cake is soaked in a brown sugar/butter sauce and an heirloom recipe is served!
An old timey favorite that never ceases to amaze my kids!
Candied Apples That You Eat With A Fork
All of the flavor of a traditional candied apple – with no dental visit required after for those of us “of a certain age”. 🙂
This cake starts with a mix and ends with a warm slice being topped with homemade whipped cream that slowly melts into it. Yeah, you need this.
I love Apple Dessert Pizzas and my recipe is a quick fix that tastes like a restaurant favorite.
These are simple to make and bring the taste of the Smoky Mountains home!
This is my father in law’s favorite treat whenever he comes to visit. The spices and method of slicing apples make all the difference!
This is the muffin I make most often to take places. There is nothing like them – love at first bite.
Granny Jordan’s Apple Skillet Cake
One of my favorite fall desserts, I make this on the stove top and allow it to cook while we finish up our meal, then serve it warm.
“If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch you must first invent the universe.”
Christy you will not believe this. I have been looking for this recipe for almost 40 years! Let me explain.
I graduated college in 1981 not long after a “dorm friend” made this wonderful apple bread for me. That crunchy topping got to all the girls that night! We asked for the recipe but never got it. Now I have googled this obviously memorable recipe every way imaginable over the years, trying to find the one with the crispy top. Might have known my friend Christy would have it. (Now if I can only find stovetop quiche)! THANK YOU SO MUCH!
I hope you get the chance to make one soon!!! Enjoy!
I made your apple pie last year after going apple picking, and it was the best I’d ever had (homemade or storebought). I think I know what I’m doing this weekend! 😉
P.S. I’m making your Country Chowder tomorrow!
Thanks Christy for some great apple recipes……can’t wait to make the apple dapple cake:). Then the apple spice muffins…..both of these would be so good with a morning cup of coffee 🙂