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5 Cozy Fall Apple Recipes

Love cooking and baking with apples? Looking for fresh inspiration? You're in luck! We gathered together our five coziest apple recipes to celebrate the season, the cooler temperatures, and the return to spending more time in the kitchen.

5 Cozy Fall Recipes with Apples

This post is written in partnership with New York Apple Association

When the weather starts getting crisp and the mornings turn cool, there's nothing we love more than cozying up with a favorite apple recipe.

Whether you prefer your apples juicy and tart, or sweet and crisp, there's something here for every apple-lover! These recipes are easy enough to pull off on a weeknight, with a few to save for the weekend when you've got a bit more time to spend in the kitchen.

After all, apples from New York steal the show when blended into soup, tucked into a roast, folded into a savory casserole, or baked into a tart.

  • EASY Baked Apple Slices

    Mom's Baked Apple Slices
    Elise Bauer

    Imagine apple pie filling in a bowl, and you've got this recipe. Top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or a drizzle of caramel sauce for an easy after-dinner treat!

  • Apple Chicken Quesadilla

    Apple Chicken Quesadilla
    Elise Bauer

    Cheesy and crisp, these simple quesadillas made with apple slices, leftover chicken, and cheddar cheese make a simple, but satisfying, meal on a chilly day. Pair it with a bowl of soup for a more substantial dinner.

  • Pork Tenderloin with Apples

    Pork Tenderloin with Apples
    Elise Bauer

    Pork tenderloin is an easy, no-fuss dinner, and this recipe is always a fall favorite thanks to the savory pan gravy that you pour over the apples and pork. Be sure to use a good, crisp cooking apple like a Jonagold or Fuji.

  • Cheesy Apple and Sausage Pie

    Apple Sausage Pie
    Elise Bauer

    Looking for a new addition to the dinner rotation this fall? This sweet-and-savory pie has got to be it. Make it on a weekend and enjoy it for dinners (or even breakfast!) all week long.

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  • Apple Upside Down Cake

    Apple Upside Down Cake
    Elise Bauer

    If you love apple desserts, this cake is a stellar addition to your repertoire. It's best eaten warm if you can swing it. And like many rustic fruit desserts, it's even better the next morning for breakfast with a hot cup of coffee!

  • Caramel Apple Cider from the New York Apple Association

    Here's a bonus recipe from our friends at the New York Apple Association! The only thing better than a warm mug of apple cider is CARAMEL apple cider, especially when it's made with homemade caramel sauce. Yum!