French Apple Tart with Maple Syrup Glaze

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Don’t hide those pretty apples inside of a pie. In our recipe for an elegant French apple tart, you can show off beautifully arranged slices of apples glazed with maple syrup on top of a buttery, cookie-like crust. Serve this perfect fall dessert warm from the oven, or chilled. Learn how to make the recipe now.

Citrus Caramel Roasted Apples and Pears

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Searching for a simple dessert to wow your friends at your next dinner party? Look no further. With the perfect balance of sweetness and spice, these simple citrus caramel roasted apples and pears are sure to please. You’ll love the warm and cozy notes of brown sugar, cinnamon, and cloves. Check out the recipe now.

Easy Rustic Apple Tartlets

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These tartlets are rustic and very easy to make, with a simple buttery pastry base topped with thinly sliced apples, crunchy turbinado sugar, and a sprinkle of warm cinnamon. It’s an effortless dessert to make after returning home from a day spent outside picking apples. Read more now to get the recipe.

Easy Homemade Chunky Applesauce

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Forget air fresheners. Fill your home with the aroma of juicy, slow-simmered apples infused with earthy cinnamon and cloves. In this recipe, the fruit is stewed with warming spices over low heat and then delicately mashed. Keep reading to add this chunky, rustic applesauce to your list of sweet, simple sides.

Apple Pear Pie with Cardamom and Ginger

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This Apple Pear Pie is a new, creative take on the American classic that’s sure to please any crowd. It’s the best way to use up a bounty of autumnal produce, but why limit yourself to tasty pie-making in the fall? Plus, you’ll love the warm, spicy flavor of cardamom and ginger in place of the more traditional nutmeg and cinnamon. This truly is a year round treat. Read more on Foodal, and try this recipe today!