Kids will enjoy these tasty and creative apple recipes.
This apple-phibious treat is so charming, your kids may not even notice that it's good for them.
Apples are big business in Monroe County, New York. Even so, Amy W., who moved to the area last year, hasn't found a pie to beat her crunchy caramel apple delight. Last year, Amy made five different pies--for four people.
With a shortbread crust, a cheesecakelike filling, and a delicately spiced apple topping, this elegant tart tastes divine and is a blast for kids to prepare. Our kid testers said arranging the apples in circles was "the best part."
Few of us have the time or inclination to make real apple Danish from scratch, but here's a pizza variation that's fast and simple.
Caramel apples have always been a favorite, but when you use candies to make them monsters they become the life of the party.
Combine cranberries and apples for a sweet-tart crumble that makes a delicious warm dessert on cool autumn evenings.
A touch of color and tartness sets this apple pie apart from the classic standby. Mixing the crumb topping makes a fun job for young helpers.
Serve this scrumptious dish as a first course on Thanksgiving Day or as dinner's main event on a chilly evening. The curry gives it a subtly exotic flavor, while the apple and honey add a touch of sweetness.
This snack-time staple has applesauce for moisture, and diced apples because, well, they taste great.
Here's an appealing new take on a summertime classic. Our kids like the crunchy texture of Granny Smith apples and toasted pecans, while we like the ease of using a packaged coleslaw mix.
Bite-size versions of the fall fair treat, these tiny "caramel" apples are a great party snack.
This lesser-known version of apple pie lacks a traditional crust, but its simple pastry topping creates a delicious, pleasantly crunchy layer.
Your family will love this pie's delicious country-fair combination of apples, gooey caramel sauce, and crunchy nut topping.
With their layers of flaky crust and gooey apple filling, these bars have all the yummy goodness of a slice of pie.
A delicious cake that looks like a giant caramel apple when it's done.
This fall favorite has a smooth, cakelike texture that nicely complements the chewiness of the fruit.
Few pork recipes are as easy and tasty as this New England-style dish. If you can't find pork loin cutlets in your supermarket, you can use thin boneless pork chops instead. Mashed potatoes and steamed vegetables or a tossed salad will round out the meal.
Crisp fall weekends bring on hearty appetites, and this single-layer cake, which owes much of its moist sweetness to applesauce, is a sure way to satisfy.
Need a snack to tide the kids over until the big Thanksgiving feast? Here's a healthy option they can have fun making themselves.
These toothsome treats are a fun and healthy break from Halloween sweets.
Warm up a cold day with a mug of hot cider topped with a hint of caramel.
A favorite treat for a Passover seder, haroset is a sweetened apple dish that represents the mortar the Jewish people used to build the cities of Egypt.
When your kids are wilting on a hot day, these fruity flowers will perk them right up.
Combine high-protein quinoa with fresh fruit, crunchy nuts, and a light citrusy dressing for a healthy picnic side dish.
The vegetables and rice absorb the curry flavor of this chicken soup, and the apple adds just a touch of sweetness.
Tossed in fresh lime juice and garnished with mint, this combination of juicy strawberries, diced apples, and fresh blueberries makes a refreshing treat on its own. Spoon it over vanilla ice cream, and you've got an instant and irresistible dessert.
A sweet cinnamon pie filling with a creative upper crust.
Turn fall's bounty into a delicious work of art with this free-form pastry.
Your family can take advantage of fall's bounty with a recipe for fresh-baked turnovers that's easy enough for first-time bakers.
An easy and delicious dessert for your family and friends.
Here is a delightful Mexican spin on America's favorite pie.
A mouth watering baked treat.
Enjoy the flavor of a classic holiday dessert -- minus the baking! -- with this tasty fruit dip.
Crunchy Caramel Apple Pie
Spiral Apple Tart
Apple Danish Pizza
Caramel Apple Monsters
Cranberry and Apple Crumble
Cranberry Apple Pie
Curried Pumpkin-Apple Soup
Double Apple-Walnut Bread
Green Apple Slaw
Mini Caramel Apples
Swedish Apple Pie
Caramel-Nut Apple Pie
Apple Pie Bars
Caramel Apple Cake
Apple Cranberry Spice Muffins
Maple-glazed Pork with Apples
Gobble Me Up
Caramel Apple Cider
Frozen Flower Pops
Quinoa Salad with Apples and Almonds
Red, White and Blueberry Fruit Salad
Classic Apple Pie
Apple Blossom Tart
Apple Crisp a la Mode
Cinnamon Apple Burrito
Apple Pie Party Dip