Celebrate the season with cakes, pies, and tarts brimming with robust fall fruits -- apples, pears, plums, and more!
Your favorite fall treats are just a slab away! Under the buttery oat topping is a layer of warm, apple goodness. Send them in lunch boxes or break them out at the party -- either way, these bars were made for sharing.
A little bit sweet, a little bit sassy. This fruity slump looks to just four ingredients to whip up the addictive filling -- hard cider, included.
Pucker up! These candied clementine cakes are so gorgeous, you'd never guess they were made right at home. Make them rum-soaked using our super easy trick. (Hint: It involves a cotton cheesecloth.)
Chopped apples inside, baked-until-browned pastry on the outside, with a lollipop stick for serving. Does it get any cuter than this handheld take on fall's favorite fruit?
Is it obvious we love this recipe? Put your orchard-fresh batch of apples to good use in this cake that was made for fall. It’s draped in not one, but two dreamy toppers: apple cider glaze and creamy butterscotch frosting.
The banana bread can wait. Indulge in something even better, like this Hawaiian-inspired coffee cake. A powdered sugar glaze takes it over the edge.
Enjoy fall in a forkful, with buttery cornmeal cake draped in our three-ingredient pomegranate sauce. All you need for the silky glaze: pomegranate juice, sugar, and lemon juice!
Wine makes everything better. Pour a little sherry into a bowl of cherries and let them soak while you watch your favorite 30-minute show. Blend them with sugar, citrus, and flour for the ultimate filling.
Could there be a more authentically fall flavor combo than a pie loaded with luscious pears and maple syrup? Maybe ... if you mixed ground pecans into the crust and drizzled caramel over the top. (Happily, this delish pie has all of the above!)
These aren't your ordinary baked apples! We poured a buttery glaze flavored with apple juice and maple syrup over hollowed-out apples, then added cinnamon-stick "stems" for amazing fragrance and a hint of spice.
With a baked oat-pastry crust and delectable caramel drizzle, this extraordinary apple pie can warm the chilliest night. Combine tart and sweet apple varieties for a pie with unsurpassed flavor.
Making a gorgeous woven piecrust is easier than you think. We guide you through the process, one doughy strip at a time.
These toothsome tartlets package all the indulgent flavor of toffee-apple pie in a seriously cute handheld format that's perfect for making a splash at a fall-theme potluck. And the best part? No dough-rolling required -- just use refrigerated pie dough!
Golden-brown piecrust packets enclose tender pears packed with sticky-sweet date filling. Drizzled with a bright, citrusy sauce, these dumplings are luscious as is -- and simply divine with ice cream.
A quick dunk in caramel and a generous roll in your fave topping turns apples into the quintessential fall fruit dessert. Read on for 13 topping ideas and the recipe for our perfect two-ingredient caramel sauce.
Cinnamon-sugar cake doughnuts sub for cobbler crust over a bubbly filling packed with sweet and tart apples. And it's every bit as decadent as it looks.
For the ultimate cobbler experience, taste the fruit before adding sugar and adjust the sugar amount as needed. Make sure the butter and liquid ingredients are cold -- and handle the dough with care. Overworking the dough can cause the biscuits to be tough.
Imagine your favorite nut-coated caramel apple made warm and tender and spread across a golden-brown pizza crust. Then imagine that the decadent, caramel-dip-drizzled pie preps in just a half-hour. Now head to the kitchen and make your imagination reality.
Clementine peel brightens this moist banana-nut cake.
Nutmeg-spiced pears, cranberries, and raisins are topped with a sweet biscuit crust.
Put a breakfast spin on dessert and serve these cinnamon-laced doughnuts on top of applesauce with a side of whipped cream for dipping.
Beat dulce de leche -- a milky, silky caramel sauce -- into cream cheese frosting, then layer it with buttery sauteed pears and four tiers of nut torte for a company-worthy dessert.
Anjou or Bosc pears are excellent choices for the brown butter-glazed fruit that accompanies this light bread pudding.
A Chinese spice blend made of cinnamon, cloves, fennel seeds, star anise, and Szechuan peppercorns puts a unique spin on these cakelike bars.
Almond-flavor biscuits top cinnamon- and coriander-spiced figs and pears.