Baked Apple Recipes to Get You In the Autumn Mood

Now's the time to bring home a peck ofsweet goodness for cooking

Baked apple with cinnamon

Is there nothing cozier than the smell of baking apples wafting from your oven when the weather turns brisk? Now’s the time to visit your local apple farm, farmers market or grocery store and bring home a peck of crispy, sweet goodness for cooking or baking. Your home will smell heavenly — and you’ll be well-nourished – with our array of baked apple recipes.

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Warm Cinnamon Apple Cranberry Crisp

Warm Cinnamon Apple Cranberry Crisp

This cinnamon apple cranberry crisp is made with apples, dried fruit, walnuts and oatmeal. It’s full of flavors and is sure to please. Make it for your family or for a larger gathering.
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Chewy Cinnamon Apple Chips

These apple chips are a healthy alternative to junk food and potato chips. Use them to create a colorful food gift or snack for a packed lunch. Another benefit: They make your house smell wonderful as they bake. When choosing your apples, go for the darker-skinned types, such as Fuji or Red Delicious for more health benefits. Get the recipe

Recipe: Baked Cinnamon Apples

Low-Cal Baked Cinnamon Apples

Baked cinnamon apples are a fall and winter favorite, but you can enjoy them all year! Traditional recipes use sugar, which you can do. But to cut down on calories, this recipe offers an alternative: artificial sweeteners. At 100 calories, each serving is comparable to one fresh Granny Smith apple — the spices and flavorings don’t add any extra! Get the recipe

Applesauce Mini Muffins

Applesauce Mini Muffins

Applesauce and healthy canola oil keep these yummy muffins moist. They’re the perfect size to complement a brunch, pack in your lunch or snack on! Get the recipe

Savory Apple Stuffing

Savory Apple Stuffing

This healthy, low-fat dessert dish boasts less than 200 calories per serving. Apples also are a source of soluble fiber, which helps to lower cholesterol. They contain an antioxidant called quercetin, which supports a healthy immune system and bone health. For additional fiber and antioxidant benefit, keep the skin on the apples. Get the recipe

 

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