10 sweet & savory ways to eat your fall apples

Hello, apple season! It’s that time of year when we load up on everything from Empire and Fuji to Granny Smith and Red Delicious. But what to do with the ones you’re not snacking on? These unbelievably yummy recipes should keep you busy (and super satisfied!) through autumn. 

If you need help choosing the best apples for certain recipes, check out our guide to fall apples.

Baked apple chips

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Whether you’re looking for a healthy snack or trying to trick your kid into eating fruit, these baked apple chips from Mommy Hates Cooking are a great alternative to greasy potato chips. And they’re so easy to make! Only two ingredients: apples and cinnamon. 

BBQ chicken apple pizza

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Pineapple isn’t the only fruit that deserves a place on your pizza. Just looking at pictures of this BBQ chicken apple flatbread pizza from Lemon Tree Dwelling is enough to make us drool. Bookmark this recipe for a quick and amazing weekend lunch!

Prosciutto, apple & honey sandwich

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Suffering from brown-bagged boredom? Switch up your weekday lunch by packing this prosciutto, apple and honey sandwich from Foude Food MTL. Be prepared for jealous looks from your coworkers. 

Healthy apple muffins

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Mornings can be crazy — especially if you also have to worry about getting kids out the door. These healthy apple muffins from Lil’ Luna make mornings a little smoother by providing a premade breakfast that you can even take on the go. 

No-butter apple crisps

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Talk about a pretty dessert! These apple crisps from Pincess Misia are packed with rolled oats, pecans, walnuts and raisins, and are surprisingly easy to make. They’re also a surefire way to impress guests.

Creamy coconut yogurt cranberry apple slaw

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Time to give slaw a fall makeover. This apple slaw from The Reluctant Country Girl uses cabbage, Granny Smith apples and cranberries, and replaces some of the mayo with coconut Greek yogurt.

Roasted apples

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Oh yes. With all these delicious fall apples floating around, there’s no skimping on dessert. These roasted apples from Not Without Salt are so super yummy with vanilla ice cream, but they also make a wonderful addition to oatmeal and yogurt. 

Apple and pomegranate Brussels sprout salad

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If you’re looking for a boring salad, you’ve come to the wrong place (and need a good talking to). This apple and pomegranate Brussels sprout salad from Joy The Baker is loaded with seasonal produce (fennel too!) and is perfected with toasted slivered almonds.

Roasted sweet potatoes and apples

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Get a little sweet and a little savory all in one dish. These roasted sweet potatoes and apples from Sunset are a perfect side for just about anything you feel like making for dinner. And you get to enjoy not one but two types of seasonal apples: Golden Delicious and Granny Smith. 

Apples and cinnamon breakfast quinoa

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Quinoa? For breakfast?? YES. Trust us on this. This breakfast quinoa from Skinnytaste combines sweet raisins and protein-packed quinoa with crunchy apple and pecans for a super healthy way to start your day.