Now that it’s fall, apple season is in full swing. Load up on your favorite red and green varieties so you can make all kinds of sweet and savory dishes, from baked apples and apple butter to pork roast and more.
Your family and friends will think you slaved over this flavorful roast for hours. We won’t tell them your little secret, but we know all you have to do is toss it in the slow cooker with some seasoning, fresh fruit and veggies.
Apple season is in full swing, and here in Virginia we are lucky to have several orchards nearby. This recipe puts all those apples to good use in an old-fashioned fall favorite. Warm apples topped with brown sugar, cinnamon, and raisins are a perfect dessert.
These slow cooker apples will remind you of attending the state fair as a kid. Warm the caramel in the slow cooker and add whatever toppings you like, from chopped nuts to drizzles of melted chocolate.
Brittany Mullins is a health coach and lover of all things food and fitness. Get her recipe for a vitamin-packed collard green juice. It has sweetness from apples, tang from grapefruit and a tiny kick from fresh ginger. One glass and you’ll feel ready to take on the day!
Need a creative way to use apples this season? This dessert combines the classic flavors of crisps and cobblers with the sugary crunch of Biscoff cookies, and everyone loves that this recipe is easy to make in the slow cooker.
If you’re going to Thanksgiving dinner at a friend or relative’s house, you’ve probably asked how you can help and been told to bring a dessert. Pumpkin pie is already on the menu, so what else can you bring? Try this tempting Harvest Apple Cake.
There are a number of recipes this time of year that call for apples that are peeled, cored and sliced or chopped. You’ll be making applesauce, apple pie and apple crumble in no time.
Your slow cooker gets put to good use in this recipe for Apple-Pumpkin Butter. It is done over two days, first making applesauce and then cooking pumpkin puree down until it turns into a rich, concentrated butter.