Now Reading
10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

When fall arrives in the middle of September, some food items for the season include pumpkins, artichokes, mushrooms, and figs, to name a few. However, while apples are part of this group, apples are in an elite group of the top fall food items as well. Apples also rank highly among the most popular fruits that people like to eat too. 

Apples come in the colors of red, pink, yellow, or green. There a plethora of types for this popular fall food item, in addition to several different tastes. Fuji, Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, and Paula Red are among the favorite varieties of apples, to name a few, according to the U.S. Apple Association. 

Apples can be utilized as an ingredient while cooking dishes and making drinks as well. For the former, there is a long list of sweet and savory dishes containing apples that a person can whip up for meals. During the fall is the best time to make and have dishes with apples as that period of time is harvest season for apples. In addition, going apple picking in the apple orchards is a highly fun activity to do during fall!

With that being said, here are 10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall: 

Advertisement

1. Apple Pie:

Not only is apple pie one of the most popular dishes with apples to make, but it is also one of the most popular dishes from American Cuisine as well! There are a lot of different types and recipes for this American classic to choose from. In addition, one can use different types of apples for the filling (Granny Smith, Gala, and Braeburn are the best kinds of apples for this dish). For the pie filling, it is best to use fresh apples. Don’t forget to serve the finished product a la mode (pie served with vanilla ice cream on top). 

As stated earlier, there are so many different types of apple pies that one can bake. I couldn’t select only one recipe. For a list of for 70 different apple pies or apple pie treats recipes to bake, click here.

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

2. Apple-Glazed Barbecued Baby Back Ribs:

For all you meat lovers out there reading this article, who doesn’t love barbecued ribs? If your answer is yes, one dish with apples that you have to try at some point during the fall is Apple-Glazed Barbecued Baby Back Ribs!  

Advertisement

These ribs are sticky and apple scented. To produce this dish, one cooks the ribs first in the oven and then finished them on the grill. Apples utilized for this barbecued dish are apple cider and apple jelly. Apple-Glazed Barbecued Baby Back Ribs are the perfect hot meal to enjoy during the fall on any cold night. 

For the recipe of this dish, click here.

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

3. Ten-Minute Caramel Apple Baked Brie:

This warm topping on brie cheese is suitable and a crowd-pleaser when it comes to appetizers for a fall dinner party. The only four ingredients one needs are brie cheese, walnuts or pecans, caramel sauce (store-bought or homemade), and apple slices. While the brie is baking in the oven, one could pass the time by making the topping. All the flavors of the finished product will melt in your mouth. 

Advertisement

For the recipe of this dish, click here.

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

4. Apple Cheddar Waffle Sandwich:

Think of grilled cheese with apples and waffles. What do you get? The result is an Apple Cheddar Waffle Sandwich! 

The recipe is simple and only has 5 ingredients: cheddar cheese, waffles, maple syrup, apple slices, and Dijon mustard. The waffles are used as a replacement for the bread. Crisp apples are the best kind of apples to put into this sandwich. It only takes 10 minutes to make for either lunch or dinner. 

Advertisement

For the recipe of this dish, click here.

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

5. Sweet Potato and Apple Latkes:

This dish with apples is a sweeter version of a latke, a classic dish for Hanukkah. Besides sweet potatoes and apples, the recipe for sweet potato and apple latkes also calls for shallots, eggs, matzo meal, kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper, and vegetable oil. In terms of which types of apples to use, the website providing this recipe highly recommends using green apples such as Granny Smith and Rhode Island Greenlings. 

Sour cream or homemade applesauce can be served on the side as dipping sauces for this dish. Sweet Potato and Apple Latkes don’t have to be made only for Hanukkah. This sweet and savory hot dish can be enjoyed at any point during fall! 

Advertisement

For the recipe of this dish, click here.

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

6. Slow Cooker Apple Pear Crisp:

There were so many different apple crisp recipes to choose from, but the one I decided to include on this list is a Slow Cooker Apple Pear Crisp. One needs to make this dessert with a crockpot. Any kinds of apples are suitable for this recipe, but the pears must be Bosc pears. This dessert with apples is warm and delicious and has a sweet crispy topping. Adding a scoop of vanilla ice on top makes this dessert taste like the gateway to heaven!

For the recipe of this dessert, click here.

Advertisement

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

7. Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls:

There’s no better way to kick off the start of the fall season with some irresistible Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls! With fall being harvest season for apples, one can enjoy fresh and juicy apples in a much sweeter way. This sweet dish can be served either as a breakfast item or as a dessert.

See Also

Although any kind of apples can be used for the Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls, the website recommends Granny Smith apples if you desire more tartness or soft or crisp apples. One bite will send you to caramel apple heaven!

Advertisement

For the recipe of this dish, click here.

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

8. Baked Apples Stuffed with Oatmeal and Spiced Brown Sugar:

If you are craving dessert late at night, Baked Apples Stuffed with Oatmeal and Spiced Brown Sugar is the way to go! This sweet dish is not too challenging to make. One needs to scoop out the apple core and fill the insides of the apple with a mix of nutmeg, oatmeal, cinnamon, and brown sugar. The brown sugar melts into a caramel syrup after the baked apples are done. Be sure to add a scoop of vanilla ice cream if you want to enjoy this late-night sweet treat! 

For the recipe of this dish, click here.

Advertisement

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

9. Honey, Apple, Cheddar, and Bacon Panini:

The second sandwich with apples to make this list, a honey, apple, cheddar, and bacon panini is another excellent dish for either lunch or dinner. In order to create this sandwich, one needs buttered sourdough bread, fresh apple butter, sharp cheddar cheese, crispy bacon, apples, honey, and fresh thyme. Although this recipe calls for honeycrisp apples, you can use any kind of apple you want. Don’t forget to slice the apples thinly! This will help soften the apples as the sandwich is being cooked. As you take each bite, all the sweet, salty, and savory flavors will blend and melt in your mouth. 

For the recipe of this dish, click here.

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

Advertisement

10. Apple Pie French Toast:

Apple Pie French Toast is a sweet breakfast option to make on the weekends for all of your family members to enjoy! It is like having the American Classic Apple Pie in the form of breakfast.

Brioche or French Bread are suitable options for the bread. Meanwhile, there are several different kinds of apples one can use for this recipe, such as braeburn, granny smith, pink lady, jonagold, and honeycrisp. 

For the recipe of this dish, click here.

10 Dishes with Apples to Try in the Fall

Advertisement

When the season of fall arrives, which of these 10 sweet and savory dishes with apples are you most likely to try first? Which route will go first? Sweet or Savory? Let us know which dish with apples (sweet or savory) from the list that you plan to make and try first in the comments section below!

Featured Image Source: https://www.bakerssquare.com/pies/caramel-apple-a-la-mode/
Advertisement