It’s fall in Wyoming and I have apples on the brain!
Each fall we like to stock up on apples. I often order these by the case from Azure Standard or pick locally from friends. I love to dehydrate apples to have for snacking and baking through the winter but we also enjoy eating them fresh for as long as they’ll last.
Have you found a great bargain on apples? Do you need ideas to use up and preserve apples? If so, you’ll love this apple recipe collection (this article contains affiliate links).
Mmmmm. Mmmm. Mmm. I can’t even begin to tell you how good this chutney is. Lacto-fermented and gut-healthy plus delicious makes it a winner. Go here to get recipe from Traditional Cooking School.
This is a quick and easy homemade syrup or topping. We love it on French toast, pancakes, yogurt, ice cream and more. Get recipe here.
Such a decadent treat! And goes together quickly also. Go here for recipe from Trial and Eater.
We love baked oatmeal. It’s so good fresh out of the oven or even chilled as a cold cereal. This recipe from Traditional Cooking School is one we make often. Go here for recipe.
Carrots, apples and sprouts combine to make a tasty salad especially when topped with a mildly tangy dressing. This is one of our favorites! Go here for recipe.
We love muffins. Apples are a wonderful addition to my adaptable muffin recipe. You can chop them, puree them, shred them, even re-hydrate dehydrated apple slices for use in this recipe. Go here to learn how to Design a Muffin.
Check out these beauties! These are a healthy alternative to your usual run-of-the-mill caramel apples. Go here for recipe from Traditional Cooking School.
This is on my list to try! I saw this recipe the other day and haven’t been able to stop thinking about it. Joe loves cheesecake and this would make a wonderful dessert for our upcoming wedding anniversary (now if only I have an oven before then…). I’ll substitute sucanat for the brown sugar and powdered sucanat for the powdered sugar (powder it by whirling sucanat in the blender). What a beautiful looking dish. Go here for recipe from Delish.
When my apples have been hanging around a little too long and aren’t as crispy as they should be, this soup is a great way to turn them into something delicious. Full of nourishing broth and spiced just right with a bit of curry it is a welcome meal on a cold day. Go here for recipe.
While apples do keep fairly well for many weeks in a cool spot, dehydrating is our favorite way to preserve apples to use later. Traditional Cooking School has a great tutorial on dehydrating apples here. And a full eBook on dehydrating just about anything!
I am a novice at canning. I’ve done a few different sauces, jams and jellies and canned meat but am really just learning this skill. My friend Sharon, at Simply Canning, is a professional! Check out her canned applesauce recipe here.
Don’t throw away the peels and cores! You can stash them in the freezer until you have enough to make apple cider vinegar. Get recipe here from Wellness Mama.
What is your favorite apple recipe?
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