Thursday, September 8, 2011

Apples of my Eye

We are starting to see the first of the fall apples in the farmers markets here in MN. Apparently, local growers are expecting a bumper season with 50% more apples than usual! That is a lot of apples. Sweetango Apple
With that in mind we thought we'd share some of our favorite apple recipes from the last couple of years to get you ready to use these fall favorites to their fullest.
Stuffed maple burger with spicy apple bacon compote Stuffed Maple Burger with Apple Bacon Compote Baked Apple with Currants Baked Apples
Apple Waffles Apple Waffles
Maple-glazed sweet potatoes & apples with bacon Maple-Glazed Sweet Potatoes and Apples with Bacon
#308 - Applesauce three ways Applesauce Three Ways
Apple Galette Apple Galette
caramel apple crisp Matt's Caramel Apple Crisp
Apple Turnovers Easy as Pie Apple Turnovers
#308 - Cheddar, Apple & Bacon Tart Cheddar Apple Bacon Tart
Apple Bread Pudding Apple Bread Pudding

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Neil | Butterfield said...

Wow! these pictures look awesome! Who can resist apple pie with a huge dollop of cream?

Lori said...

So glad you posted these. Apples are going strong here now with lots of different varieties this year. I actually pass an orchard on my way to work so I've been able to take full advantage.

chopinandmysaucepan said...

These look like beautiful apple recipes. We are coming to the end of our apple season here in Australia although we can still get some decent fruit all year round. I love the look of that apple turnover pastry! :)

Lori said...

They all look yummy. I have been totally craving an apple turnover.

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