Recipes with apples are great for any time of year, but you will love to cook this selection of recipes during peak apple season. Apples are great for sweet treats like Apple Crumble Pie and Tarte Tatin, but they’re also great for things like sandwiches and chicken! Try one of these tasty apple-based recipes at your Thanksgiving feast or on a rainy afternoon.
Make this Apple Dandy when you’re in the mood for a sweet and savory bite to eat. It features raisin bread, bacon, apples and a slice of VELVEETA©.
Apple and Pecan Turnovers are a classic pastry that will turn up your morning. These turnovers feature cream cheese spread for an added layer of deliciousness.
When you cook Apple-Pecan Cheesecake, everyone will want the recipe. This unique recipe with apples has a graham cracker crust and an incredible topping with apples, pecans and cinnamon.
Need an easy appetizer for pre-Thanksgiving festivities? Try these Apple & Cheese Snacks for a quick, sweet way to quell the rumbling in their tummies. This apple-based recipe also makes for a great after-school snack.
Forget the regular old ham and cheese sandwich. Make a Cheesy Ham & Apple Panini with the crisp sweetness of thin apple slices. This recipe with apples gets a touch of tart with honey mustard.
This Apple-Cranberry Salad is tart, sweet, creamy and crunchy. Include it at your Sunday brunch or make it as a side for a fall dinner.
Watch this video to learn how to make Apple Pie Bars! With 16 servings, this apple-based recipe is great for a crowd. It’s got PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese in the crust for added creaminess.
Maple-Baked Apple Chicken is a great recipe with apples for weeknights or busy weekends. Make your fall harvest dinner with boneless skinless chicken breasts, sliced onions, apples, maple syrup and zesty Italian dressing.
Apples and cheese are meant to be together. Witness this match made in heaven in Hot Apple Pie Dip, featuring cream cheese, pumpkin pie spice, shredded cheddar, apples and pecans.
Apple-Mustard Stuffed Pork Chops are a sweet, savory combination that you can cook any night of the week. Just 20 minutes of prep is all it takes for a delectable dinner entrée.