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A bit of grated beet adds a unique, colorful touch to this classic Passover condiment, a fruit and nut chutney that actually deserves a spot at any table any time! Serve with roasted meats or vegetables, and don't fret if there are leftovers; charoset is tasty on a toasted sandwich, with or without Irish cheddar cheese.
A double dose of vanilla—in both the yogurt and vanilla extract—makes this easy, baked breakfast dish irresistibly rich and fragrant. Serve at brunch, or cut into slices and pack for breakfast, to eat warm or cold. If you prefer, use other frozen fruit like sliced peaches or pitted cherries instead of berries.
Dried apples are great for snacks and lunchboxes. You can also toss them into a spinach salad with nuts and grapes, serve with roasted pork or alongside a sandwich as you would chips.
Autumn is prime-time for organic apples and pears. Made with warm spices and a hint of maple, this organic harvest season condiment will complement a pork roast, a goat cheese sandwich or toast.
Look to this beloved fall and winter drink to warm you up. Fragrant with allspice, nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves, you'll want to drink it as soon as the weather turns cool.
The light texture of gluten-free flour lends itself particularly well to pancakes. Additionally, pancakes and waffles made with gluten-free flour don't need stabilizers required for many other baked goods. With apples and walnuts folded into the batter, these pancakes make breakfast or brunch a real treat. Serve with butter and warm maple syrup or honey.
Delight your senses with the aroma of baking apples. Using white whole wheat flour makes this dessert whole grain but keeps the dough tender.
Use Granny Smith apples in this dish for sweet-tart results. Golden Delicious and Pink Lady apples are also perfect for making baked desserts like this one.
Top this comforting autumn crisp with a scoop of vanilla ice cream of a dollop of yogurt before serving, if you like.
The sweet topping on this fruit crisp, made with rolled oats and nutmeg, is a great match for its tart apples and cherries. Fresh and frozen cherries work well in this dessert so you can enjoy it long after the summer's over.
This colorful sauce highlights fall fruits. Enjoy as an accompaniment to pork or chicken, or serve as a dessert or after-school snack.
Experiment with different varieties of apples and dried fruit to make this maple-sweetened treat, delicious for dessert or breakfast. Top servings with spoonfuls of yogurt or a drizzle of cream, if you like.
Kugel is a baked noodle pudding traditionally served on the Jewish Sabbath. Our versatile, slightly sweet version works well as a dessert.
Slices of sweet apples and plump raisins lightly flavored with maple syrup, cinnamon and nutmeg are baked until tender and bubbling under a toasted topping of rolled oats. Serve warm with a scoop of ice cream, if desired.
Eat these wholesome autumn muffins for breakfast or top them with cream cheese or vanilla frosting for a dessert treat.
Flavorful chard is an excellent match for smoky bacon and sweet apple in this dish that celebrates fall's flavors, including organic Gala apples in season.
This moist and delicious meatloaf lets the deep, rich flavor of turkey shine through. Shredded apple adds moisture and a light sweetness to the mix, and sage makes it irresistibly fragrant.
This crunchy, sweet and tangy salad mixes familiar fruits and veggies with a whole grain mustard dressing and apple cider vinegar. Serve this simple side dish with rich winter dishes like stews, paprikash or polenta.
Cooked farro has a nutty flavor and slightly chewy texture, both of which are particularly delicious in salads like this one. Use your favorite variety of apple to make this late summer and early fall salad. Sliced pears are a perfect match, too.
This recipe works well for making mini-muffins, too. It will make about 2 dozen. Make sure to decrease the cooking time to allow for the muffins' smaller size.