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34 Easy & Delicious Apple Recipes Perfect for Fall

Apples are in season and I've gathered up some of the best apple recipes, to help you use up those fresh picked apples from the orchard!
34 Easy & Delicious Apple Recipes Perfect for Fall

Fall is in the air! The nights are getting cooler and it seems like the summer just flew by. The cool weather always makes me crave the flavours of fall- apples, pumpkin/squash, cinnamon and warm comforting spices. There is nothing better than going to pick fragrant apples, straight off the tree in our local orchard. We always end up picking more than we can eat, so many of them become delicious fall desserts!

Keep scrolling to find some fantastic recipes, to use your orchard apple bounty!

Italian Apple Cake

Torta di Mele, aka classic Italian apple cake, is a dessert all Italian nonnas make! It's soft and fluffy, and easy to make with just 8 ingredients!

Classic Apple Crumble

This old fashioned Classic Apple Crumble is so easy to make. With a crispy streusel topping of whole wheat flour (not oats) and a juicy, jammy apple stuffing, this dessert is delish and yum.

Baked Apples with CInnamon & Oats

These baked apples with cinnamon,honey and oats are delicious! Super healthy too

Norwegian Apple Cake

If you want a new twist on the delicious Fall cinnamon apple dessert, why not give this Norwegian Apple Cake a try!

Gluten Free Apple Muffins

These vegan and paleo apple muffins are super easy to make. They are so delicious that everybody will love them and won’t even notice they are vegan and grain free.

Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookies

These amazing apple cinnamon oatmeal cookies are crunchy at the edges and soft/chewy in the middle. They are packed with fresh apple chunks, oats, white chocolate, and smell wonderfully of cinnamon!

Bourbon Apple Pie

This bourbon apple pie is baked in a cinnamon pie crust and is the perfect fall dessert!

Spiced Rhubarb and Apple Crumble

Spiced rhubarb and apple crumble is so comforting and warming for autumn. This traditional dessert is so easy to put together.

Apple Fritter Muffins

These decadent muffins are studded with tender spiced apples and dipped into a sweet glaze. You'll think you're eating an apple fritter.

Easy German Apple Cake

The German apple cake is easy to prepare. Enjoy a slice of this cake with your afternoon coffee.

Delicious Apple Recipes

Soft, buttery bread with an apple cinnamon filling. My take on the classic Jewish bread/cake with a warm spiced filling.

Delicious Apple Recipes

These salted caramel apple cinnamon scones are the perfect Autumnal bake – soft and fluffy American style scones with caramelized apple pieces and drizzled with an addictive salted caramel glaze!

Delicious Apple Recipes

Cinnamon, nutmeg, cheesecake filling and chunky apples with a graham cracker crust. This Chunky Applesauce Cheesecake has all the flavors of fall.

Delicious Apple Recipes

These apple and blackberry hand pies are made with gently spiced, fruity and jammy filling and wrapped in crisp and buttery pastry. Fun and easy recipe for delicious snack for whole family.

Delicious Apple Recipes

Apple Cinnamon Bread Pudding with Custard Glaze makes for a delicious and unique bread pudding using brioche bread. Absolutely fabulous fall dessert!

Delicious Apple Recipes

A deliciously tender quick bread made with apple cider and cinnamon. The perfect all treat with a cup of hot tea.

Apple Pumpkin Muffins

Tender pumpkin muffins are studded with apples and topped with a delicious brown sugar, bacon streusel topping.
Vegan Apple Cake

This moist and delicious Vegan Apple Cake tastes like fall and is just as easy to make as box cake mix. A healthier version of what Bubbe used to make, this cake is sweet, soft, and a tiny bit crunchy when you get a little pop of baked apple!

Apple Cherry Tart

This impressive looking yet relatively simple autumn apple and dried cherry tart flavored with warming Chinese 5-spice is an ideal holiday dessert to provide the wow-factor to any table.

Oatmeal Apple Butter Bars

These oatmeal and apple butter bars capture the essence of fall in a savory and delicious dessert treat from your pantry!

Baked Apple Cider Donuts

You will go crazy over these melt in your mouth, baked apple cider donuts! The flavor is full of fall favorites such as apple cider and warm spices like cardamom, cinnamon with a hint of orange zest. The donuts are moist, fluffy and one of the best apple cider donut recipes we’ve ever had.

Sunken Apple Cake
Sunken Apple Cake

My recipe for Sunken Apple Cake is just like your Grandma or Oma made! It is an easy and sweet rustic treat to make from scratch.

Cranberry Apple Bread
Cranberry Apple Bread

This Cranberry Apple Bread is a moist quick bread bursting with juicy cranberries, tart apples and crunchy pecans. It’s an easy fall dessert that is always a crowd-pleaser! 

Caramel Apple Cheesecake

Creamy caramel cheesecake inside a Cinnamon blondie crust topped with cinnamon apples and a decadent caramel drizzle.The perfect Fall dessert or snow day project.Would also make a fabulous Thanksgiving Day dessert.

Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Dump Cake

Only 5 ingredients are needed to make this wonderful Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Dump Cake.

Easy Apple Dumplings

These fun and easy apple dumplings are made with crescent rolls and Mountain Dew.

Apple Fritter Bread

This Shortcut Apple Fritter Bread is a sweet and delightfully easy recipe that just screams fall! My kids love helping me make this easy and fun recipe.

Apple Cinnamon Cookies

These Apple Cinnamon Cookies are healthier, soft and chewy, full of apple and cinnamon flavor. This recipe is free of eggs, grains, gluten, dairy and refined sugars. 

Caramel Apple Pie Cupcakes

These apple pie cupcakes are the perfect fall dessert. Filled with apple pie filling and topped with a decadent caramel buttercream frosting and caramel drizzle, no one will be able to resist these cupcakes.

Brown Butter Apple Blondies

These brown butter apple blondies are buttery and soft, with a rich caramely flavor, bursting with apples, and coated in a brown butter glaze!

Apple Fritters

This apple fritter recipe is deliciously easy and perfect for the fall season! It only takes 30 minutes and combines your favorite fall ingredients.

Gluten Free Apple Caramel Cupcakes

These moist apple cupcakes are topped with a silky caramel buttercream and caramel drizzle. With warm notes of spice in the background, they’re perfect for fall!

Apple Pie Bars with Salted Caramel

Made from scratch with a brown sugar shortbread crust, cinnamon apple filling, and streusel topping (plus a drizzle of salted caramel), apple pie bars are a delicious, quick, and easy alternative to classic apple pie.

Almond Apple Crisp

Sweet spiced apples are baked under a crisp almond crust, in this delicious apple crisp.

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Comments

  1. Oh wow, these all look delicious! Those salted caramel apple scones could be my new favorite! Thank you for putting this together! :)

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  2. The apple cake sounds amazing. I don’t bit have ever had apple cake before.

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  3. These all look delicious, but I had to look at what my family would love and I could execute really well and I will be trying the apple fritter muffins and the salted caramel apple scones. Cannot wait!

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  4. Between drooling over every pictures and wanting every one of those delicious apple desserts, I am so happy you shared this post. Great recipes to keep us busy baking. Love it!

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  5. Apple is my favorite! I can't wait to try some of these!

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  6. So many delicious recipes! Thank you for sharing!

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  7. This is the ultimate guide to any apple recipe everything looks absolutely stunning.

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  8. so many Apple Fall recipes to choose from!

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  9. Autumn is my favourite season for baking! Harvest festival in my kitchen! And apple is the king. Thank you for putting together so many delicious recipe. I want to make them all at once!:)

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  10. Every fall I get so many apples from my family's apple trees and this article is perfect for ideas on how to use all of them!

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  11. Everything looks incredible!!! And I love the name and concept of your blog!! Glad you came to our party - have an amazing week.

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  12. These apple recipes are speaking my name! I can't wait to try some!

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  13. Yum X 34!! This is the perfect list for fall!

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  14. Could anything be better than this list of apple recipes for fall? We have apples dropping every day outside in our yard - I better start making my way through this list! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  15. These recipes ALL look amazing!! I don’t know which one to try first!

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  16. What a lovely collection of autumn recipes that really makes the most of all the fruit that're available. Loved it.

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  17. Thank you for creating the MOST wonderful roundup of autumn apple recipes. My sister grows apples and I am so excited to have some new ways to cook them.

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  18. I adore anything with apples. What a fabulous roundup of apple recipes I need to try! We're heading down to Apple Hill possibly this weekend, to get a huge stash of apples!

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  19. Talk about mouth-watering! Cindy, this collection is amazing. I really need to try your Apple Fritter Muffins - I pinned them ages ago and I still haven't got round to it. They look SO good. My son and his partner are visiting this weekend so this could be the perfect time.
    Thank you for sharing and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party Community. I’m featuring this post at the party which goes live on Sunday this week. Hope to ‘see’ you there! Take care and I hope you have a lovely weekend.

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