It’s apple season and that means it’s time for #AppleWeek in the blogging world. I’ve gathered 12 delicious apple recipes in this round up to share with you. This post is sponsored in conjunction with #AppleWeek . I received complimentary product from sponsor companies to aid in the creation of the #AppleWeek recipes. All opinions are mine alone.
This is my first year participating in #AppleWeek and I am so excited to be joining some amazing bloggers to share apple recipes with you each day this week! Over 20 bloggers with nearly 80 apple recipes! We have some amazing sponsors that provided us with products to help us get started. Plus they are providing the prizes for the giveaway, too! Yes, a giveaway with some fabulous items.
Check out the sponsors, the giveaway, and the bloggers joining in this week below the round up of recipes.
I’m getting things started with a yummy round up of 12 delicious apple recipes. Sweet and savory recipes using apples – I am sure you’ll find some new dishes to drool over.
12 Delicious Apple Recipes
Quick Apple Puddings from Fab Food 4 All
Cinnamon Apple Crisps from Blogghetti
Glazed Chocolate Chip Apple Cake from Who Needs a Cape
Caramelized Apples from The Honour System
Apple Crisp Cookie Cups from Pastry and Beyond
Individualized Apple Crisps from Cook It Real Good
Skillet Apple Pie Biscuits from Blogghetti
Apple Cheesecake from The Itsy Bitsy Kitchen
Great-Great Grandma’s Dutch Apple Cake from Cooking with Carlee
Apple Banana Oat Muffins from Intelligent Domestications
Apple Coleslaw with Poppyseed Dressing from Accidental Happy Baker
Apple and Bacon Cornmeal Scones from Caroline’s Cooking
Today we are kicking off the 2019 edition of #AppleWeek today to celebrate the produce darling of the season! Camilla of Culinary Adventures with Camilla arranged this incredible event for you and wrangled a group of bloggers to celebrate all things apple. Apples, apples, and more apples!
And Camilla, the event host, also lined up some amazing prize packages from our sponsors. Keep reading to see what you can win and enter the rafflecopter below.
A $50 Pre-Paid Visa Gift Card and a shipment of Envy Apples! It’s hard to put into words what makes Envy™ so remarkable, but since it was introduced, Envy™ has emerged as the quintessential apple: beautiful skin, sweet flavor, and bright flesh that remains white even after being cut. Envy™ was born in New Zealand using natural plant-breeding methods, crossing a Braeburn with a Royal Gala apple. After that, a handpicked team of talented growers, planted trees in regions perfect for growing Envy™, such as New Zealand, Washington state, and Chile where they benefit from long, sun-kissed days and crisp, cool evenings. For more information visit their website.
A six-pack of the brand new Puremade Torani syrups! You’ll get six 750mL glass bottles. This brand new line was Torani’s answer to consumers’ quest for more natural, simpler products. People wanted label transparency and simple ingredients, but still wanted amazing flavor. So, Torani Puremade Syrups were born. Puremade is crafted with the purest ingredients; what you see is exactly what you get…with no artificial flavors or colors. They are the
perfect balance of flavor to sweetness. For more information visit their website.
caramel apple kit comes complete with: 5 lb. Brick Chocoley Gourmet
Caramel; 5 lb. Chocoley Bada Bing Bada
Boom Candy & Molding Gourmet Compound Chocolate; 35 Caramel Apple Sticks; 35 Jumbo Cello Caramel Apple
Bags; 6 Heavy Weight Dipping Sheets; and more! For more information visit their website.
An assortment of five Bob’s Red Mill baking products, including Organic Unbleached White All Purpose Flour, Hazelnut Flour, Almond Flour, Cane Sugar, and Brown Sugar. Bob’s Red Mill built their business on three princiles: trust, honesty, and integrity. Their packaging is evidence of this commitment – clear bags that let you see the quality of every single one of their products. By producing the very best in whole grain foods, they are able to fulfill their commitment to help look after more and more people through better nutrition. For more information visit their website.
Two canisters of their Hot Apple Cider Tea! Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a revolution with a mission to see the worthiest tea leaves in the cups of people around the world. They aim to emphasize a sip by sip rather than a gulp by gulp lifestyle. Additionally, their award-winning packaging includes teas and herbs in specially designed air-tight, light-resistant tins containing either full-leaf teas and herbs or our signature round, unbleached tea bags, free of unnecessary envelopes, strings, tags or staples. For more information visit their website.
Three gourmet extract pastes! In 1897, Taylor & Colledge won its first award for excellence in vanilla. Since then, the Taylor & Colledge commitment for unrivaled quality has earned its reputation as one of the world’s finest producers of vanilla by delivering consistent, authentic flavor in all of their products. Their products can be used in two very different ways in your baking: as the fragrant, featured ingredient in your baking, or as a supporting sidekick. Regardless, you can be assured of pure, rich, full-flavored ingredients in your baking every time. Read more about their pastes here.
An assortment of products and a branded reusable tote bag! Nairn’s knows a thing or two about oats – they’ve been baking with them since 1896 when John and Sarah Nairn first opened their bakery in Strathaven, Lanarkshire. The company’s aim is the same now as it has always been: to make tasty, wholesome food that is as simple and natural as possible using the best ingredients we can. For more information visit their website.
Prize Pack #8 from Flahavan’s
Three packages of oats, a branded mason jar for overnight oats, and a headband! Flahavan’s Irish Oatmeal is sustainably grown and milled in Waterford County, Ireland by the Flahavan’s family…and has been since 1785. The first family connection to the Flahavan’s name can be traced back to about 1785 when Thomas Dunn took over the mill. Dunn was the great-great-great-grandfather of John Flahavan who is the Managing Director of the company today. They have sourced the finest oats from the same Irish farming families for generations. The oats are milled in small batches and minimally processed according to an over two centuries’ old milling tradition and double kilned. They are non-GMO and naturally gluten-free. For more information visit their website.
A knife and an apple corer! Since 1951, Zyliss has been creating kitchen tools and
gadgets to meet the growing need of cooks and consumers across the globe. Behind every Zyliss kitchen tool is belief is that all Zyliss products should not only do a brilliant job, simply and efficiently, but also make customers smile every time they use them. With over 60 years’ experience in designing quality food preparation tools and gadgets, it is easy to see why Zyliss has become an internationally recognized brand that is respected by everyday cooks as well as gourmet chefs. For more information visit their website.
Participating Apple Week Bloggers
Culinary Adventures with Camilla, Cookaholic Wife, Cooking With Carlee , A Day in the Life on the Farm, Jolene’s Recipe Journal, Who Needs A Cape?, Savory Moments, The Monday Box, Books n’ Cooks, Simple and Savory, Tip Garden, Cindy’s Recipes and Writings, Palatable Pastime, Kate’s Recipe Box, Our Good Life, Snacks and Sips, Strawberry Blondie Kitchen, An Affair from the Heart, Caroline’s Cooking, Karen’s Kitchen Stories, The Baking Fairy, Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered Accomplice, Blogghetti, and Seduction in the Kitchen
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Disclaimer: Thank you AppleWeek Sponsors: Envy Apples, Bob’s Red Mill, Republic of Tea, Flahavan’s Irish Oats, Nairn’s, Taylor & Colledge, Zyliss, Chocoley, and Torani for providing the prizes free of charge. These companies also provided the bloggers with samples and product to use for AppleWeek recipes. All opinions are my own. The AppleWeek
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Sue E says
This is really hard for me to answer! Apples 🍎 🍏
are used in many recipes!!
I love the good ol’ fashioned homemade apple pie 🥧 & apple fritters, & apple crisps!!! Yummy 😋
Kelly Kimmell says
My favorite thing with apples is apple cider donuts.
Melissa Storms says
One thing about fall here in NY are the apples. I love to just slice them and sprinkle them with a little sugar and cinnamon then bake with a little butter.
Christopher Sorel says
Great collection of apple recipes and prizes! BTW, my favorite thing to eat with apples is anything my mother-in-law makes. 😉
Kelly D says
Apple cobbler is my favorite.
Betsy Barnes says
My favorite dish that uses apples is an apple cobbler.
Stephanie Ann says
I love my moms homemade apple pie! My mom makes it every Thanksgiving and Christmas.
There is nothing better than an apple pie! I love my mom’s apple crisp too! It’s a recipe from an old Betty Crocker cookbook!
I love a fresh-baked apple tart. Also, my Mom used apples with chicken in a way that was truly delicious. I wish I had the recipe.
Lisa Williams says
I love an old fashioned apple crisp with apples that are tart like Granny Smith,so yummy! followed closely by apple pie,it’s all so good!
Debra Guillen says
I love hot apple pie with icecream
Elizabeth Tarlow says
One of my favorite apple dishes is Cheesy Dapper Apple Squares. The cheese is sliced thin and baked right in!
Cynthia Nessel says
Can’t wait to try the scones.
My favorite Apple dish is Apple cider Pie.
Sarah Phillips says
The first recipe I ever made on my own as a young girl learning how to bake was Apple Dumplings! They are delicious and will always be my favorite apple recipe!
Debbie Welchert says
i love fresh baked apple pie or apple crisp.
CAMILLA HAWKINS says
I love apples and really want to try all these recipes! Thank you for including my Apple Puddings:-)