Apples, whether slightly sweet or slightly tart, can be utilized in all sorts of recipes from appetizers and salads to main dishes and sides. And who can forget them in a dessert such as an all-American apple pie?
Sweet! These crispy apple chips have no added fat.
Because apples are low in fat and calories, allow the splurge of a scoop of butter pecan ice cream.
A nut and raisin mixture flavors these baked apples from the inside out. Serve with a scoopful of Ginger Ale Ice melting over the top.
These are not your typical dumplings. They look like cinnamon rolls, but they're really a biscuitlike dough wrapped around an apple filling and baked in a brown sugar sauce.
A sweet batter tops a layer of fresh apples and cranberries in this delicious dessert casserole.
The dried apples in this dessert save you time because there's no peeling needed. Serve this in the fall with vanilla ice cream.
Flavor magic happens when rhubarb and apples are combined. The sweetness of apples mellows the rhubarb, while the tartness of the rhubarb perks up apple flavor.
To give as gifts, bake loaves in glazed baking pots or use foil loaf pans. Wrap loaves in plastic wrap, tie with twine, and include in a basket or small crate with fresh fruit.
Part pancake, part doughnut and part fruit, your kids will rave for this breakfast treat!
Serve this spiced apple-filled dessert calzone with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.