6 Scrumptious Recipes to Celebrate Apple Harvest Season

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Everyone equates autumn with certain scents and flavors. You’ve got pumpkin-flavored everything, mulled wine, and, of course, apples. Apple harvesting takes place starting in late August and lasts through the winter, which means we’re smack dab in the middle of this glorious season. To celebrate, we’ve curated some delicious apple harvest recipes from food bloggers ’round the web.

Apple Pie Milkshake
Um, an apple pie that takes on a milkshake form? Sign us up right now. Joanne at the FifteenSpatulas blog says this incredible concoction was inspired by a trip she took to Chelsea Market in NYC. We are so glad she took that trip.

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Apple Crisp
Apple crisp is a classic fall staple, no doubt. It pairs especially well with vanilla ice cream, or you can eat it right out of the oven. Just make sure you let it cool down a bit before you dig in with your spoon.

AppleCrispImage via The Busy Budgeting Mama

Vegan Red Lentil Apple Soup
If you’re searching for something a little more on the savory side, perhaps this Red Lentil Apple Soup by Vicky of the Avocado Pesto blog will hit the spot. It’s both gluten free, vegan, and is super healthy.


Baked Apple Bombs
So what exactly is a baked apple bomb? Sommer Collier of the A Spicy Perspective blog says they’re “like fireworks of fall flavor” and are “easier to whip up than a classic apple pie.” Learn how to make them yourself on the blog.

BakedAppleBombsImage via A Spicy Perspective

Slow Cooker Apple Butter
Apple butter is practically a required condiment to have throughout the fall. This spread can elevate even the most delicious muffins or toast, and it also makes for a great gift. Plus, recipes don’t get much easier than this slow cooker version posted on the Practical-Stewardship blog.

SlowCookAppleButterImage via Practical-Stewardship

Apple Pie
If you make one dessert this fall, let it be apple pie. It’s an American classic and for good reason. Just thinking about the crispy, buttery crust mixed with cinnamon, tart apples and sugar has us drooling. The recipe is adapted from Sandi Anderson and is posted at PopSugar.com.

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6 Scrumptious Recipes to Celebrate Apple Harvest Season

on 09/23/2014

About Wendy

Wendy Rose Gould is a latte-loving, vintage-collecting, cat-adoring beauty and fashion writer whose work has appeared both online and in print. While she grew up in urban Indiana surrounded by horse buggies and corn fields, she's since moved west to Phoenix (after a stint in South Korea) where cacti and haboobs reign supreme. Wendy believes a woman should never leave the house without enviable hair and a spritz of her staple perfume. And also mascara. Never leave the house without mascara.

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