Looking for ideas on what to make with apples? Try these delicious and easy apple recipes for Fall! This list of 15 Easy Apple Desserts has delicious, quick, and easy apple desserts like apple cobbler, apple crumble, baked apple pie, apple crisp, and more!
15 Easy Apple Desserts (Apple Recipes for Fall)
Happy Fall Ya’ll! Fall is my absolute favorite season for the cooler weather, the adorable fashion, and of course for the fall baking! Today I’m excited to share my next fall dessert roundup and my personal favorite fall food – easy apple desserts.
A couple weeks back I shared a roundup of 15 Delicious and Easy Pumpkin Desserts, which you all went crazy for, but in case you’re more of an apple dessert kinda person, then today’s post is for YOU!
To me, you simply can’t do Fall without delicious and easy apple desserts, so today I’m sharing 15 Easy Apple Desserts for Fall full of THE best apple desserts. This includes yummy baked apple pie, apple cake, apple cobbler, apple crumble, apple crisp, apple fritters and more!
And because we always like to keep things simple around here, every apple recipe is Cara approved as being both easy and delicious to make! 🙂 Let’s dive in to the list of yummy, easy apple desserts, shall we?
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15 Easy Apple Desserts (Apple Recipes for Fall)
If you’re here because you’re currently asking yourself “What Can I Make With A Bunch of Apples?”, then you’ve came to the right place! Apples are probably my favorite fruit ingredient to cook with (especially in the fall months) because they add so much delicious flavor and complexity to a dish and you can switch up the flavors depending on the type of apple you use.
Which apples work best for baking?
Before diving into today’s post I wanted to talk a little bit about which apples are the best to use when making apple desserts. Below, I’ve included some of my favorite choices for these easy apple desserts and thankfully they’re all really easy to find during the fall season. (Even better, if you own some apple trees!)
- Granny Smith – My #1 choice for apple desserts is the delicious granny smith apple. The tart flavor is the perfect balancer in sweet desserts and the shape holds up very well when baked. I also love the bright green color that is just so pretty!
- Honeycrisp – Widely available with a crisp, juicy texture, and a sweet flavor that has a slight hint of honey to it. Delicious to eat fresh and they bake up wonderfully.
- Braeburn – A slightly sweet version of a granny smith apple with a beautiful red, pink, yellow, and green outside that make for beautiful presentation.
- Jonagold or Golden Delicious – When you want a sweet apple for a dish, I definitely recommend Jonagold or Golden Delicious apples. They’re crisp, juicy, sweet, and hold up their shape nicely when baked.
15 Easy Apple Desserts
Apple Bundt Cake from Cooking For My Soul
First up on this list of easy apple desserts is a delicious and easy Apple Bundt Cake with Maple Glaze that will satisfy every apple craving this season. Made with fresh apples, this fresh apple cinnamon cake is just perfect for a cozy day! Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Caramel Apple Dump Cake from Mom Foodie
A quick and easy apple dessert has never been so delicious! This Caramel Apple Dump Cake may just be the perfect fall dessert and only requires 4 ingredients. Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Apple Upside Down Cake from A Baking Journey
From the delicious caramelized apples and moist butter cake to the spice and incredible smell, this apple upside down cake has it all! It’s the perfect easy apple dessert to make when you’re craving apple spice. Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Crock Pot Apple Pudding Cake from Bunny’s Warm Oven
Warm apples topped with cinnamon and a fluffy cake with a thick orange flavored pudding flavored make this crock pot apple pudding cake one of the absolute best apple dessert recipe. Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Apple Dump Cake from Sugar and Soul
Apple Dump Cake is a 4-ingredient recipe that results in a delicious fall apple dessert that’s a cross between apple cake and apple crisp! Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Peanut Butter Apple Crumb Pie from Kindly Unspoken
I couldn’t help but include one of my personal favorite easy apple desserts on the list today! Featuring sweet and tart apples and a delicious peanut butter and oats crumble topping this Peanut Butter Apple Crumb Pie is the best apple crumb pie you’ll ever eat! Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Spiced Apple and Pumpkin Hand Pies from Anna Banana
These delicious hand pies are filled with spiced apple and pumpkin filling. They’re a fun and easy to make treat for Halloween or Thanksgiving! Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Salted Caramel Apple Pie Bars from Lemon Blossoms
These Salted Caramel Apple Pie Bars are the perfect portable sweet bite. A perfectly flaky shortbread crust, bourbon sweet apples, pecan crumb topping, and the most crave worthy salted caramel drizzle make the best dessert bars! Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Apple Brownies with Caramel Frosting from Texan Erin
These apple brownies are super thick, flavorful and have an easy caramel frosting that puts them over the top! Can be made with gluten-free, whole wheat or all-purpose flours. Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Easy Apple Crisp Bars from If You Give a Blonde A Kitchen
These Apple Crisp Bars are easy to make from scratch. This recipe uses a basic shortbread crust topped with apple slices and a simple flavorful crisp. You really can’t find a more delicious and easy apple dessert! Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Apple Pie Poptarts from Pumpkin ‘n Spice
These Apple Pie Pop Tarts are an easy treat that’s perfect for breakfast or dessert. Flaky pie crust surrounds sweet apple pie filling and is frosted with white chocolate and apple pie spice. Simple to make and better than the store-bought kind, you’ll love the cozy taste of these homemade pop tarts! Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Apple Fritters from Grandbaby Cakes
Pieces of delicious Granny Smith apples are wrapped and fried in a sugary dough and will send your taste buds into food heaven! These are the best apple fritters you’ll ever eat. Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Caramel Apple Dip from The Anthony Kitchen
Caramel Apple Dip is a simple layered dip made up of a sweet cream cheese base, a drizzle of caramel, and finished off with a topping of chopped chocolate toffee candy. It’s accompanied by a border of sliced apples, and you’ll find people are drawn to it the moment it hits the table. Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Apple Crisp from The Forked Spoon
This Easy Apple Crisp Recipe is made with thinly sliced caramelized Granny Smith apples blanketed in a buttery cinnamon-spiced oatmeal topping. It’s the perfect, classic fall dessert to enjoy with friends, family, and a scoop of vanilla ice cream! Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Cracker Barrel Fried Apples from Crayons and Cravings
Last but not least on this list of easy apple desserts is an absolutely delicious copycat of Cracker Barrel fried apples that you can make right at home in your slow cooker. These slow cooker fried apples are so tender and full of flavor, just like the ones at Cracker Barrel. Get the easy apple dessert recipe here >>
Hope you enjoyed today’s post with 15 Easy Apple Desserts for Fall and will give some of these easy apple recipes a try! Don’t forget to check out some of my other delicious recipe roundups below:
Which easy apple dessert are you dying to make first? Let me know in the comments!
Thanks for stopping by! – Cara
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I love all things apple, and each of these sounds so delicious!
Same girl! I just bought some apples at the store so it’s time to make one of these ASAP lol
You’ve done it again sweet friend! Perfect Apple round up and I want them all, lol!
Thanks Andrea! Same here- apple desserts are my favorite (especially ones with caramel too!) Have a fabulous day!
SO many good recipes. Between this post and your last one with all the pumpkin treats, I think I’m set for baking for the foreseeable future. 🙂
Thank-you! Haha, right? I think I’m going to try to bake at least 2-3 treats a month from those posts. Gotta love Fall baking! 😉