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Kids never seem to tire of this classic easy-to-make combination. Try Gala or Granny Smith apples, which go well with the nut butter. You may also want to try cinnamon raisin bread. From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook
Make and frost this old-fashioned double-layer cake a day or two in advance, if you like. Simply keep it covered in the refrigerator until ready to serve and the tangy buttermilk and applesauce in the batter will help to keep the cake moist.
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Serve these rich canapés as the perfect starter to an autumn meal. Glasses of crisp white or sparkling wine make the perfect addition.
For this rustic dessert, take slices of sweet-tart apples and pears, toss with fresh ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg, and bake under a crisp oat topping. The warm spices serve as a delicious complement to the fruits.
This simple fall salad is the perfect accompaniment for sandwiches or soups. Adjust the salad's tartness by using apples that best suit your taste. For a tart salad use Granny Smith apples. For a sweeter version use Pink Lady or Gala apples.
Make this easy, no-cook recipe with kids for breakfast, dessert or just an afternoon snack.
Think carrot muffins with a unique twist. These muffins are moist and delicious, the perfect treat with a spot of afternoon tea.
Roasting squash and apples intensifies their flavors. Use a mixture of winter squash varieties for a more complex taste.
Crunchy cabbage, carrots, green onions and chives form the foundation of this coleslaw variation. Flavored with buttermilk, apple cider vinegar and honey, the vinaigrette can be easily adjusted to please your preference for sweet or savory.
Crisp on the edges with a soft interior, these golden cakes have a rustic flavor and texture. Serve alongside roasted meats. If you have leftover apple cranberry sauce, stir it into plain yogurt or spoon on top of fruit.
Use our easy homemade pie crust recipe for this apple pie or substitute a store-bought 9 or 10-inch pie shell. Stick with tradition and serve with rich vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, or try topping with a dollop of crème fraîche for a tangy pairing.
A delicious and unexpected combination of flavors, this easy to prepare casserole is one of our seasonal favorites. The toasted pecan and bread crumb topping adds a bit of crunch to the velvety soft texture of baked apples and butternut squash.
The classic combo of apples and sharp cheddar cheese is right at home inside wheat tortillas.
Serve this simple-to-assemble pork with wilted greens and rice pilaf. If the roast you purchase at the meat counter isn't already butterflied and tied, simply split the pork loin lengthwise, without cutting through it entirely, so that the roast opens like a book. Stuff the roast with its filling then tie with kitchen twine at 1 1/2 -inch intervals down the length of the roast to ensure the filling doesn't fall out.
Romantic dinner for two or restaurant-style treat for the whole family — either way this high-style, low-country meal is sure to impress.
Top this nutritious, hearty breakfast with fresh berries, dried fruit and nuts or flax seeds and then pour a bit of hemp or almondmilk over the top. Only have frozen fruit on hand? Stir it into the pot during the last few minutes of cooking.
Pile these juicy burgers on your favorite buns and top with lettuce and sliced tomatoes. Serve with more Dijon mustard on the side, if you like.
We asked our Whole Story blog readers to submit their best holiday appetizer for less than 50 cents each piece. Here's our favorite, from Jo R., who got her recipe printed in The Whole Deal value guide and received a $50 gift card. This simple-to-assemble appetizer features the winning combination of creamy goat cheese, tart apples, rich nuts and tangy ginger.