There is hardly a more delightfully childish treat than caramel apples. But even adults scramble for the deep, complex flavors of these.
Kids love to help dip the apples in the warm caramel, then roll them in their favorite toppings.
Try them with nuts, candies, crushed graham crackers, or drizzle them with melted chocolate after they've set.
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This particular recipe simmered apples and cinnamon to a sweet, syrupy perfection.
Slow cooking fruits really brings out the natural sweetness and flavors.
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A childhood favorite.
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Fall is the time for apples ... what else could be more delicious than some homemade baked donuts fresh out of the oven. Then, topped with a caramel sauce.
Pumpkin pie is one of everyone's favorite autumn treats.
Try a simpler approach to making pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving with these delicious cupcakes.
Get all of the flavor in half the time.
This recipe is so simple to throw together . . . the kids loved it because it was kind of sweet, but we spiced up the adult servings with red pepper flakes, which added the perfect amount of heat.
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If heirlooms are out of season, substitute just about any tomato.
This dip is perfect for a party or healthy snacking. The avocado it contains is a healthy fat that regulates blood sugar to control cravings, while the black beans contain fiber to keep you full.
By swapping sour cream for Greek yogurt, you’ll save roughly 200 calories per cup – so you can dig in guilt-free!