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October 08, 2015

Four fall apple recipes to try from local food bloggers

Apples just taste better in the fall.

While these crisp, juicy autumn fruits are delicious on their own, they also make tasty ingredients in a number of recipes.

From pie to muffins to cider, there's no wrong way to eat an apple. Below are a few apple-inspired recipes from local food bloggers.

Apple Cider Muffins – Baker Bettie

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Local blogger Baker Bettie' apple cider muffins are made with fresh shredded apples and an apple cider reduction. For added flavor, they're topped with a generous dose of brown sugar and almond streusel. Her recipe, which takes about 40 minutes to make, yields about 12 muffins.

Read the full recipe here.

Criss Cross Apple Sauce – Stay Hungree

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On her blog, Stay Hungree, local foodie Amanda Shulman shares her love for apples with a recipe for apple sauce that "makes Mott’s look like cat food." The recipe combines delicious apples, cinnamon, honey and zest. 

Read the full recipe here.

Autumn Apple Salad – I Can Cook That

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Local food blogger Kaitlin Lunny shares her recipe for autumn apple salad on her blog, I Can Cook That. The recipe combines SweeTango apples with lettuce, pumpkin seeds, dried cherries, golden raisins and more for a variety of textures and flavors.

Read the full recipe here.

Apple Crumble Pie – Sally's Baking Addiction

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And last, but not least, what would an apple recipe article be without a recipe for apple pie? On her blog, Sally's Baking Addiction, Philly local Sally has a recipe for an apple crumble pie "to trump all other apple pies." Need I say more? She also has a recipe for apple cider. Just sayin'.

Read the full pie recipe here.

Pick Your Own

Looking to pick your own fresh apples to use with these recipes? Check out Linvilla Orchards in Media or Styer Orchard in Langhorne.

Or try some of these pick-your-own farms in South Jersey.

How 'bout them apples?