Apple season is here! Celebrate the arrival of autumn with these 40 fall apple recipes! Apples can be used so many different ways for so many different dishes, and we are celebrating the versatility of this autumnal fruit on the blog today. These 40 unique apple recipes are breakfasts, cocktails, appetizers, entrees, side dishes and desserts... and I fully support us making them ALL this season! Which one is YOUR favorite?
Learn a little more about The Speckled Palate in this year-long Behind The Blog Series! For the month of September, we are talking about our blogs' most popular posts. Ever wanted to know the top 10 recipes ever published on The Speckled Palate? Curious why I think they're popular? Interested in hearing about what I do when one of my recipes goes viral? Stop by today to learn the answers to these questions and more!
Looking for the perfect autumnal cocktail? Try a Salted Caramel Appletini, made with homemade Salted Caramel-Infused Vodka. First, you'll make the Salted Caramel-Infused Vodka. The caramels dissolve into the vodka after about 24 hours. Once you've prepared the infused vodka, it's time to make the Appletini! Measure the infused vodka, apple cider and caramel sauce into a cocktail shaker, then mix vigorously. Enjoy this cocktail on a cool fall evening! #appleweek
Celebrate the arrival of fall with these fluffy Pumpkin Biscuits with Maple Butter. Vegan biscuit dough is made with fresh or canned pumpkin puree, all-purpose flour, baking powder, unsweetened non-dairy milk, ground cinnamon and sea salt. Cut them into six large biscuits, then bake. Once they have risen, cooked through and cooled slightly, slice them in half and slather with homemade maple butter for the ultimate autumn-flavored decadence.
Looking for an easy weeknight meal? Make Chicken Cordon Bleu! It's easier than you think and can be ready in less than an hour. Pound the chicken breasts, then roll Castle Wood Reserve Honey Cured Ham and Swiss Cheese into them. Sear the chicken in a skillet until browned, then bake. Serve this family-friendly entree with a favorite veggie and watch as the whole family falls in love with this combination of flavors. #ad #BeyondTheSandwich
These aren't your mama's Cucumber Finger Sandwiches! These sandies are a twist on the classic baby and bridal shower finger food. Instead of the traditional mayonnaise-based spread, this recipe calls for a whipped feta and cream cheese spread, studded with dill. Cut your thinly sliced bread into the desired shape, slather with the whipped feta and cream cheese spread, top with a English cucumber slice, sprinkle with dill, and you're good to go!