Turkey roll ups with apples & goat cheese are delicious on their own or paired with smokey honey mustard dipping sauce! Easy, healthy, snacks and lunches!
These vegetarian bombshells are a delicious main course or a stunning side dish! Honeynut squash halves are stuffed with a fragrant filling of quinoa, celery, apples, rosemary, thyme, spinach and pecans, and are capped with melted nutty Comté cheese. It’s the perfect dish for fall and winter and is a beautiful addition to the holiday table. Honeynut squashes look like mini butternuts but have a sweeter, richer flesh. If you can’t find them, you can use acorn squashes instead (if that’s the case, I like to add a touch of butter and maple syrup as noted in the recipe below, as the flesh isn’t quite as sweet as honeynuts). You’ll need cooked quinoa for this recipe (see note below), which can be made ahead. *For a vegan version, swap out the butter for olive oil and use a vegan cheese.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this easy recipe for an Irish Apple Mini Cake. This 6-inch cake is moist, full of tart green apples, and topped with a sweet oat streusel crumble. Serve the cake with a caramel cream drizzle for a delicious breakfast treat or dessert!
Adapted from Build-a-Bowl, by Nicki Sizemore (Storey Publishing, 2018). Caramelized butternut squash gets tossed with maple-roasted pecans, brown rice (or any whole grain you like, such as farro, quinoa, barley or wheat berries), crisp apples, creamy goat cheese and a roasted garlic dressing for a salad that’s savory, sweet and full of texture and flavor. It’s a fantastic side dish or healthy main course. Best of all, it can happily sit at room temperature for several hours, making it perfect for entertaining or for packing into work lunches. If you want to really gussy it up, garnish the salad with fried sage leaves just before serving (see the notes below). Baby arugula and/or white beans are also a delicious addition! *Take note that you’ll need cooked grains for this recipe.
Inspired from Papillotes by Martine Lizambard
This salad has a little bit of everything. It has green leafy vegetables, it has fruits, nuts and some cheese. A dressing of olive oil, balsamic vinegar and a little honey helps in binding all of these great flavors together.
Sink your teeth into this apple & fig flatbread that's topped with apples, goat cheese and arugula. Perfect for a quick dinner or easy appetizer!
This stunning Apple Cream Cheese Tart proudly touts a Pillsbury™ buttery, flaky pastry crust filled with a tempting, delectable layer of luscious cream cheese filling. Then it's topped with a layer of thinly sliced cinnamon sugary Granny Smith apples and is baked to a lovely golden brown. But wait...Then it's drizzled with a simple old-fashioned glaze. OH MY! Heart be still!
This easy but stunning salad features half moons of maple-Dijon roasted delicata squash, sweet-tart pomegranate seeds, toasted nuts, creamy goat cheese and bitter greens. A quick maple balsamic dressing ties it all together. It’s the perfect mix of flavors and textures and makes for a gorgeous first course to a holiday meal, or a satisfying main course when paired with a rotisserie chicken. If you can’t find delicata squash, swap it out for cubed butternut squash. Also, feel free to use shaved Parmigiano or Pecorino in place of the goat cheese (or leave it out altogether!). Dried cranberries or cherries are a good alternative to the pomegranate seeds.
Beans and rice: healthy, cheap, easy, filling… and kinda boring, right? But it doesn’t have to be. This recipe from Bon Appetit takes what is probably the most frequently eaten dish in the world and gives it a little extra oomph (without adding too much extra time). The most interesting part of this, for me, [...]
Thin apple pie on puff pastry, delicious and very easy to prepare. For a tart of 25 cm diameter 8 - 10 parts
These Apple Brickle Mini Tarts with an Oatmeal Crust are the perfect ending to a meal, or the perfect fall treat. Made with dark brown sugar and apples for the extra flavor of fall!
This Bisquick Apple Cobbler recipe is simple to make and comes together in under an hour, perfect for any holiday! Tart green apples in a gooey sweet sauce, warm nutmeg and punchy ginger, makes this simple recipe the perfect, comforting, and crowd-pleasing dessert! Plus, this easy dessert is made with only natural sugar!
A fast and easy apple dessert to prepare at the last minute with ready-made puff pastry, 2 Granny Smith apples, honey, butter, almonds and Calvados. Add the extra Calvados cream for special occasions.
There is nothing better than waking up to a new day smelling apples, butter and cinnamon.This French toast breakfast recipe is quick and easy, once you have soaked the bread overnight or for a minimum of one hour.The toast is classically paired with fresh berries, crispy bacon and maple syrup, but I have added some extra comfort to this dish - Caramelised cinnamon apple wedges.
Apple Hand Pies w/ an Oatmeal Crust is a mini apple pie with some of the tastiest crust you will ever enjoy! Easy to make, but make sure you make more than you need. Everyone will want these cute treats!
A German red cabbage side dish consisting of red cabbage braised with onions, tart apple, vinegar, and spices.
The perfect way to entertain in style! Fabulously quick, easy, and impressive!
This Mini Apple Galette Recipe is easy to make and topped with a salted caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream for a decadent mini dessert!