If the title of this dessert recipe doesn't send you running for the kitchen, then you need to read it again. We've packed
all your favorite desserts into one must-try indulgence. Cheesecake, brownies, and caramel apples... What more could you want?
Apple and caramel are pretty simple ingredients, but when combined they are a delectable treat. Top off these cupcakes with
toasted pecans to create a traditional fall favorite. We love to add the tiny crab apples as a garnish for extra-special occasions.
Wheat germ and canola oil boost the nutrition profile of this simple dessert by adding vitamin E. Granny Smith apples remain
firm and pleasantly tart when cooked. For a sweeter apple that also holds up well when cooked, try Braeburn.
For a fitting end to a hearty autumn meal, serve this free-form French tart. Golden-colored turbinado sugar is coarse raw
sugar. It makes the pastry glisten and adds crunch and a slight molasses flavor to the dessert. You can substitute 2 teaspoons
This no-fuss treat comes together in minutes. The sauce, made of butter, apple juice, and a homemade caramel sauce, reduces
while the apples bake, creating a velvety glaze. Make extra Caramel Sauce, and store it in the refrigerator to serve over
pound cake or ice cream later in the week.