Candied Apples, Pumpkin Pie, Gingerbread, and 7 Other Festive Fall Desserts

This fall, enjoy candied apples, pumpkin pie, and gingerbread desserts
Moist and Soft Gingerbread Cake

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This soft gingerbread cake is moist and packed with flavor.

The weather starts to get cooler, the leaves change colors, and it's definitely time to enjoy fall-flavored desserts. Apple, pumpkin, eggnog, gingerbread, and cranberry are seasonal flavors you can incorporate into your sweets as the weather gets colder.

You can make classic fall desserts like apple pie, pumpkin pie, or candied apples, but you can also get creative and try something new. Why not a cheesecake that is gingerbread-flavored or bread pudding with cranberry and orange?

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For the gingerbread cheesecake recipe, make the cheesecake as you normally would, but add a fourth cup of molasses to the batter. For the crust, mash gingerbread cookies  and melted butter into a fine dust. This recipe creates a festive fall dessert that is perfect for Thanksgiving or any other fall gathering.

Apple and pumpkin pies are delicious, but there are a slew of other fall desserts that you can be making too. Here are 10 dessert recipes that will put you in a fall baking mood:

Apple Pie

Apple Pie

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Here's a classic recipe for apple pie that is simple and delicious.

Here's a classic recipe for apple pie that is simple and delicious. Special contributor Gail Goetsch says, “For the best results, make sure that the butter for your dough is super cold and that the ice water for the dough is strained from a glass with ice.”

For the Apple Pie recipe, click here.

Caramel Apples

Caramel Apples

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Enjoy these delicious carameal apples this fall.

In many cases, less is more. Nothing is closer to this truth than when considering a caramel apple: apple, caramel, and nuts. Just the sight of them will register a sense of nostalgia for cool fall days and Halloween fairs. — Anne Dolce

For the Caramel Apples recipe, click here.