The mouthwatering aroma of tantalizing baked apples and cinnamon is only the beginning of our obsession with apple desserts. Each of these apple dessert recipes is delightfully sweet-tart and perfect for celebrating the season. Go beyond apple pie with one of our scrumptious apple desserts: apple crisp, apple cobbler, caramel apples, and more!
For the not-so-sweet tooths, indulge in a slice of this flaky apple tart. It's baked with an assortment of your favorite apples and features two hits of lush cheddar goodness: as a topper and in the crust.
Lightly caramelized Honeycrisp apples and a sweet browned butter glaze mean this festive tart is as much a feast for the eyes as the taste buds. We love adding a scoop of vanilla or cinnamon ice cream to each serving for an extra hit of sweet flavor.
Make your own DIY Danish pastries with a filling of spiced apple slices and cream stuffed between sheets of light and flaky puff pastry. Editor's Tip: Save time by turning to canned apple pie filling in place of the spiced apple mixture.
Don't be fooled by the creamy orange and brown sugar sauce drizzled on top of our to-die-for pull-apart bread. The gooey apple dessert is surprisingly easy on the waistline, thanks to the nutritional benefits of ground flaxseed, fresh apples, and reduced-fat cream cheese.
Take warm and bubbly apple crisp up a notch with our rich and creamy custard sauce.
Yes, you can have it all: Our absolutely indulgent apple pie offers the classic flavors you love as well as a delectable caramel drizzle and homemade oat-pastry crust. Our tip to making the apple dessert stand out even more? Use a mix of tart and sweet apple types for unexpectedly deep flavor.
Because sometimes ooey-gooey caramel just isn't enough. Try these four dippers: chopped candy, nuts, chocolate, and crushed pretzels. We know you want to.
Enlist the oven for an easy and delicious way to serve up apples for dessert. Watch our quick video to learn how!
Filled with a buttery blend of apples, toffee pieces, and brown sugar, these tartlets are simple and fun to make. Sprinkle the itty-bitty bites with powdered sugar for a gorgeous finish.
Our baked apples recipe is a creative orchard-fresh treat that's perfect for the season. It's also a winner with just five ingredients: Maple syrup, cider, and butter create the homemade glaze, and cinnamon sticks add warm and cozy flavor to the apples.
Featuring a melange of flavors, this crunchy-sweet dessert caps any meal with seasonal goodness. And with fewer than 200 calories per serving, it's an indulgence you can afford.
Combine fall's classic flavors in one dessert! Apple, cinnamon, ginger, maple, oats, and nuts all come together in these hard-to-resist streusel bars.
What makes this apple dessert so extra special? We've added white cheddar into the biscuits for a savory surprise. The warm and crumbly cinnamon-spiced dessert gets its inspiration from cheddar cheese-topped apple pie.
Go gourmet with doughnuts -- this recipe is the perfect excuse to serve them after dinner. A base of baked apples lays the foundation for cinnamon-sugar-coated cake doughnuts in this irresistible cobbler.
Forget breakfast! Our cinnamon-applesauce doughnuts are good enough for dessert -- especially when served with a side of whipped cream for dipping!
No sticky hands here. Introducing the new fall mashup you'll wish you had thought of first: caramel apple cookies. Fold apple and raisins right into the batter, then smear with silky caramel frosting and crunchy walnuts.
Another thing we love about fall: slow cookers. Just toss in all the good stuff -- apples, cherries, brown sugar -- and let the cooker do its thing. Come back after a walk in the leaves, and say hello to homey apple pudding cake!
This is for when you can't decide between apple and cherry. Oh, and did we mention there's caramel? You can thank us later.
Billowy marshmallow creme gives applesauce-spice whoopie pies a delightfully sweet filling. We love how portable (and fun to eat!) these apple cookies are.