Who doesn’t love apple cider? It’s almost the perfect drink for fall, especially if you’re buying unpasteurized apple cider that’s been freshly made. That delicious flavor might make you ask, is apple cider good for you? It should be, right? After all, the best apple cider is made almost in front of your eyes and […]
There’s no denying that apples are a favorite for many. Not only are they sweet and easy to eat but they’re healthy and so incredibly versatile. You can create all kinds of snacks and meals with apples, or turn them into drinks, pies, other desserts, and more. From soft and sweet to crunchy and tart, […]
Some believe apples have been around since the beginning of time. Whether that is your belief system or not, it is safe to say that apples have been around for millions of years, and these apple of the month clubs are a fun way to tap into that history with a each delicious bite. Apples […]
Impress everybody at your next bbq party with this fresh Asian twist on flavors. See them amaze over perfectly cooked pork chops. [adinserter name="Yummly"] I really don’t think I’m cooking my pork chops any other way again! These just turned out so amazingly excellent – evenly cooked, slightly pink, and really tender and moist. I […]
Go adventurous for your next soup recipe. Squash, apples, and cream is a delicious recipe for fall and cool weather days. This is my favorite cream soup recipe. Apples and squash just work together. It really is amazing how all those fruity flavors could end up into something so savory and comforting. Let me share you […]
These apple puff pastry turnovers are a classic delight! The layers of buttery puff take some skill and patience, but are worth it (better yet, the dough freezes well so you can store until you want to use it!).
Crisps (and their close cousins, Crumbles) are one of my favorite ways to use up a basket of fruit and make something quick and comforting that everybody will love. As indulgent as crisps can seem, they are so simple and straightforward that not only do I love making them as a last-minute dessert, they are so low-sugar I can also rationalize eating them for breakfast the next day with a scoop of yogurt!
The perfect combination of fall fruit, sliced apples and pears accent this crisp dish with a rich oat topping to complement the tart fruit filling. Use the best tart baking apples you can find– a reliable variety found many places is Granny Smith. It’s nice to find a good baking pear like a Bosc pear, but make sure you slice it very thin so it cooks through. Alternatively, a softer pear like the Seckel variety would work as well.
Get home to the soothing aromas of this perfectly simple crockpot meal. Sage, tarragon, and wine totally enhance this classic pairing of apples and pork. This recipe is definitely a go-to. It’s really quick and easy to pull off. Most of the needed ingredients most probably are already in your pantry. And, most importantly, it’ll surely please everyone in the […]
Now here is a dessert the whole family can get behind! The sumptuous familiarity of fall in the caramelized apple garnish, and the warm comfort of ginger and honey in this decadent cake… what’s not to love! If your family is a big fan of the ginger flavor, feel free to grate some fresh ginger right on in the mix, a little goes a long way and can not hurt this hearty cake!
As for the whiskey caramelized apples, if there are some in your group who love the little extra ‘punch’ to their evening, I like serving a full shot alongside this desert. Why not? Find your designated driver for the evening and have second dessert helpings!
Cobblers are such a great dessert, and depending on where you are from in the U.S. and whose grandmother’s special recipe you ate most as a kid, you may have very different ideas about what exactly a ‘cobbler’ is from someone else.
Generally, though, we can all agree it is a fruit-based dessert with some kind of biscuit or cake-like topping, baked till it’s bubbly and delicious, and served with a healthy heaping of love! Since I’m writing this in the summertime, I have this cobbler filling made up of the classic combo of yellow peach and raspberry. Find the ripest, most in season produce you can however, if peaches and raspberries are not an option for you!