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10 Autumn Apple Recipes #vegan #fall #organic @GGirlGGreenYou just finished apple picking and you have bags filled with fresh apples. Now what? You have more apples than you can possibly eat before they go bad. But don’t fret, here are 10 11 healthy ways to make use of your autumn apples.

I searched the internet and found ones that I have tried or would attempt to make myself. I am no baker, and muffins can be a struggle for me. However, these recipes all look scrumptious and perhaps even easy enough for me to execute.

  1. Warm Apple Pie. I love the smell of fresh cooked apples, and cinnamon. Nothing says fall like a freshly baked pie, and this vegan pie looks amazing. I will be using some of my apples for this pie in the near future.
  2. Apple Compote or Sauce. There are two ways to enjoy apple sauce either cooked or raw. Both methods work well and taste very yummy. In the fall months, however, I prefer to cook mine. How do you like yours?
  3. Apple Jam. Never made apple jam, nor have I ever canned anything. Both are on my to-do list. I bet a nice piece of raw bread or sprouted bread with apple jelly smothered on would be devine.
  4. Candy Apples. I do not remember the last time I had a candy apple. Most of the conventional ones are packed with sugar and most probably corn syrup to be exact and lots of artificial flavors and preservatives. No thanks. I did some searching and found not one, but two recipes.  One is cooked and the other is of the raw variety, and I will be off preparing them both this week. I need to brush up on my candy apple skills because I am pretty sure as little E gets older she will want one.
  5. Apple Crisp. Just like apple pie, it is a must have treat during the fall months. The smell it brings to your home. Oh, I am hungry just thinking about how good it will taste!
  6. Apple Bake. Now this looks easy peesy, and something I could even pull off. Cut apple. Place in oven, and add nuts, cinnamon, whatever you want. Now that is my kind of recipe. I am sure your home will smell amazing while it is baking.
  7. Apple  Juice. My juice of choice. I love the sweetness and tartness of the apple. I added some beets to make it a nice bright red, fall colour.
  8. Apple Peanut Butter Stacks. Just looking at the picture, I knew this would be something I could easily prepare and that little E would love to snack on. It is a great quick snack, and if you are craving sweet and salty this could be the perfect treat for you.
  9. Apple Nachos. What a cute idea. I found this recipe a few weeks ago, and knew immediately I would have to try it. Now that I have bags of apples, I will be putting this lovely dish together as a nice snack.
  10. Plain apple. Just wash and take a nice big bite. Nothing beats the taste of a fresh apple right off the trees.
  11. Apple Pie Smoothie. You don’t have the time to make a pie, but just have to have one. Why not try this delicious apple pie smoothie.

What kind of apple lover are you? Baked? Raw? Please share your recipes! I could always use more.

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14 Responses to 10 Autumn Apple Recipes

  1. Megan September 18, 2012 at 1:51 pm #

    This is perfect! I’m just sitting down to figure out what kind of apple treat to make for friends on Sunday and you’ve inspired me. Thanks much!

    • Good Girl Gone Green September 18, 2012 at 2:38 pm #

      I am about to make the apple crisp! Hope my baking skills are up to pare! :)

  2. Charise @ I Thought I Knew Mama September 18, 2012 at 2:38 pm #

    Awesome ideas!

  3. Sarah September 18, 2012 at 2:46 pm #

    I don’t leave too many responses on these blogs I frequent, but in this case, I had to. A few years ago, I got it into my head that I would make apple jelly with some apples I had gotten. I was very excited, feeling very Suzy-homemaker, and added in everything I thought I needed. I was following two recipes and sort of adjusting. Well, I didn’t realize that I didn’t need to add pectin…and so I did. And then I couldn’t understand why it seemed to be getting so thick.

    In the end, I made hard rock apple candy. But I did learn, from the other apples I had left, that I adore homemade apple sauce. So that is what I do with my fall apples–I get a few varieties and make the best applesauce (with peel, sans sugar) that you could ever believe. Yum!

  4. julieann r September 18, 2012 at 3:10 pm #

    ooohhh, apple nachos sounds great….I’ll have to try this one. Thanks!

  5. Vanessa T September 18, 2012 at 3:39 pm #

    I am a sucker for Apple Crisp!!!! Love this! Thanks so much for posting-I can’t wait to forward the Apple Pie to my sister who is a vegan!

  6. Jennifer September 18, 2012 at 5:27 pm #

    Those Apple Nacho’s look amazing what a fantastic idea, and you could easily use vegan caramel apple dip instead of the peanut butter. Thank you for the great list so many options for Thanksgiving!

  7. JJ - 84thand3rd September 18, 2012 at 5:43 pm #

    I am excited to be in the US for apple season this year and am planning on procuring far too many from my uncle’s orchard in the next day or two, what a great list you’ve put together! Thanks so much for including my pie on it :)

  8. Sarah September 18, 2012 at 6:54 pm #

    I’m an apple a day kind of girl myself and we love picking them at local orchards. Great ideas to mix things up a bit, especially for my son. Apple and peanut butter is genius!

  9. Small Footprints September 18, 2012 at 8:23 pm #

    Thank you for sharing all these ideas. I love apples … especially raw … it’s a great treat. This year I’m “into” preserving for the first time (just finished my first ever tomato canning experience). I was thinking that dried apples would be lovely in the winter when I’m feeling for a chewy, candy-like treat. So, I’ll be picking up apples at the farmer’s market and then drying slices. :-) But I have to say … apple jam sounds pretty darn good … maybe I’ll give it a go as well!

  10. Amanda September 18, 2012 at 8:58 pm #

    Great ideas with fall just around the corner! We love apples basically every way!

  11. Stacey September 19, 2012 at 12:58 pm #

    Thank you for sharing this list! I am always looking for recipes to use up apples in the fall. I love the apple jam recipe, and I will be making that for sure! It just so happens I have a few jars of applesauce left over from last year. I look forward to returning to your list after I have picked my first apples!

  12. Tony October 27, 2013 at 12:29 pm #

    I love these recipes! They taste great with my alkaline-based, vegan shakes and greens!!! YUMMY :)

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