This baked apple recipe is a comforting and easy dessert made in a flash! Harvest-fresh apples, warm cinnamon, and brown sugar come together as a delicious topping to serve with ice cream or over hot oatmeal. This apple recipe is perfect for the fall season after a day of apple picking. With just the right amount of sweetness, this recipe makes a great dessert or topping for pancakes, french toast, or waffles.
Fall & Winter Recipes
The end of summer means chilly weather, indoor gatherings, and rich, warm flavors. New vegetables come into season, shifting the flavor palette to warm spices, apples, root vegetables, and winter squash. (It's also the time of year when you can find fresh cranberries in grocery stores.) There's no better way to celebrate the season than with a feast, and the recipes below are sure to get you in the fall spirit.
A classic dutch oven pot roast is the ultimate comfort food. Made with simple ingredients, this fall-apart tender roast is braised with red wine, fresh herbs, and cooked alongside potatoes and carrots for a complete one-pot meal the whole family will love. This dinner is well-worth the wait.
The best French onion soup recipe begins with sweet, yellow onions caramelized and simmered in a rich broth, topped with swiss cheese and crusty French bread. This homemade version is inspired by Julia Child’s recipe as rustic comfort food at its finest! For individual servings, this soup is best served in small ramekins before broiling.
A hearty vegetable soup recipe is just what you need on cold winter nights. Full of rich flavor with plenty of vegetables, this is like a big bowl of comfort and warmth!