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These pie cookies have a cut lattice crust and a sweet cinnamon, apple, and caramel filling. Sprinkle with fleur de sel before baking for a sweet and salty touch.View Recipe
Use fall’s ripe, beautiful apples in this decadent, caramel- and cinnamon-filled cake.This recipe is courtesy of I Am Baker.View Recipe
We make this pie every day of the week. Every single day. It's popular and approachable because it's made with seasonal, local apples and salted caramel — which are both delicious in their own right. However, by design it is neither heavy on the caramel nor heavy on the sea salt; they are supporting actors to the tangy apples and the buttery, thick crust. This is simply a really good apple pie — the kind of apple pie you could eat every day. Use a blend of sweet apples and tart apples — an easy combination is Granny Smith with Golden Delicious; however, if you are sourcing from your local orchard, ask them to recommend a sweet softer apple and a tart firmer apple.
People aren't the only ones who should be allowed to dress up for Halloween. We let these apples in on the holiday tradition by dressing them up as pumpkins! Homemade costumes are always the best and with just a couple ingredients you have a perfectly healthy, and completely adorable, caramel apple pumpkin patch.View Recipe
Your favorite fall fair treat in one dumpling. The warm caramel syrup and apples make the perfect fall treat.View Recipe
Who doesn't love a candy apple on Halloween? This caramel apple uses candy corn to give it a tasty Halloween twist. Make these as party favors at your next Halloween party. View Recipe
Try making these delicious fall treats at home this year. They make perfect gifts and are a fun activity for kids.
Super silky and delicate butterscotch pudding (a beloved Southern dish) forms the first layer of this delightful tart. It's topped with see-through-thin slices of skin-on, tart Granny Smith apples which provide a protective layer for the hot caramel that tops it all off.
Take extra care with the caramel. It's not difficult to make, but it gets dangerously hot once the sugar turns to caramel and can do serious damage to exposed skin. Use a deep, broad-sided pan and add the cream very gradually, as the sauce will bubble up vigorously as the cream is added.
The pudding, caramel, and pastry shells can be made a full day ahead and the caramel apple tarts can be assembled up to three or four hours before serving. Make sure it's nice and cool when you serve it. Drizzle the plates with leftover caramel sauce. I add just a touch of molasses to the pudding for deeper color and a flavor surprise.
To give an apple tart a new kick, this recipe calls for some homemade caramel. Dangerously sweet and delicious, it's a great way to end a meal. See more recipes at tasteofhome.com.
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In many cases, less is more. Nothing is closer to this truth than when considering a caramel apple: apple, caramel, nuts. Just the sight of them will register a sense of nostalgia for cool fall days and Halloween fairs. This recipe, developed with the help of Judy Toth from Simply Impressive Cooking School, is a no fail one and, is of course, simple.
Bread pudding is a great way to use up leftover day-old bread. It’s also an easy go-to dessert for a busy weeknight that can bake while you’re having dinner. Go ahead, treat yourself to the caramel apple version.
Nothing says "Autumn" quite like a homemade apple pie! In this carmel apple recipe, the apple remains the star of the show but, in a wild-card move, I've added fleur-de-sel to bring out the robust, hidden flavor notes of the fruit's natural sweetness. Enjoy!