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Apples aplenty? We put together our favourite recipes - sweet, savoury and in between - for using up the bounty of backyard apples.
Steel-cut oats take a bit longer to cook than rolled oats do, but once you taste this hot breakfast dish you’ll understand why it's worth it. These oats are made all the more tasty with the addition of cinnamon, apples and vanilla and, if you’d like, a touch of maple syrup.
These wholesome muffins are packed with apples, carrots, nuts and cranberries. We use whole wheat flour and sweeten the muffins with honey to create a healthy convenient breakfast or snack.
Creamy scones are always a treat. Sweetened with applesauce and full of diced apples, this recipe is a teatime classic.
Fresh apples add a touch of sweetness to this classic fall soup. The creaminess of the puréed butternut squash thickens the soup without the addition of milk or cream. This soup makes a great starter for a Thanksgiving turkey dinner.
Tangy blue cheese and crisp apples are a classic combination. This side salad makes the most of both, along with mixed greens, walnuts and a maple dressing.
This version of risotto combines the sweetness of apples with cooked ham. A sprinkle of Parmesan adds another layer of flavour.
This fall vegetable dish brings together two harvest time favourites: sweet potatoes and apples. Serve this brightly coloured side dish at Thanksgiving or any other fall family dinner.
Yes, you can do apples on the barbecue! We marinate apple halves with honey, oil and spices and then grill them until they’re browned and tender. Serve the apples with barbecued pork or as a dessert with a scoop of ice cream.
We replaced the regular pie pastry in this recipe so that you could whip up this scrumptious fall classic in half the time using a delicate phyllo crust.
Baked apples are the perfect fall dessert for when you want something warm and apple-y but don’t have the time to bake a pie. Stuffed with walnuts, dried cranberries and brown sugar, these go well with our Caramel Rum Sauce.