In the spirit of the Fall and Autumn season, let’s dive into some tasty apple recipes to try on a chilly day!

Autumn and apples go hand in hand and with the orchards around here bursting with so many different varieties, I’m dying to work on some new apple recipes this fall! While I love snacking on a fresh, crisp Gala or Granny Smith, there’s no denying the deliciousness of apple pies and candy apples, crumbles, and cakes. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it!

In the spirit of the season, let’s dive into some tasty apple recipes!

8 Delicious Apple Recipes To Try This Fall

These Apple Pie Bites can be whipped up really easily using pre-made crescent roll pastry! A great dessert to get young kids involved in the kitchen! (via The Blond Cook)

How cute are these Mini Caramel Apples? This would be a really fun idea for a dinner party — everyone could make their own treat with their own toppings for dessert! (via MyLitter)

Have you ever made your own apple butter? I’ve had this given to me as a gift several times and I always LOVE it, but I’ve yet to try it out on my own. This recipe looks pretty doable though! (via Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom)

I’m drooling just looking at this Amish Apple Fry Pie recipe. That crust looks incredible and the glaze just puts these treats over the top. Yum! (via NeighborFood)

Of course, you can always make some traditional apple sauce with your bushel of orchard goodies! This recipe looks absolutely delicious! (via The Pioneer Woman)

Topped with a tasty brown sugar and cinnamon icing, these apple cupcakes have a little surprise hidden inside — apple pie filling! (via CincyShopper)

If you’re in the mood for something totally decadent, you might want to dish out a batch of these Caramel Apple Cheesecake Crumble Bars! These treats are the perfect combination of rich, sweet, and chewy! (via Averie Cooks)

We always end up picking up a box of Timbits when we’re on a road trip, but I bet these spice apple cider doughnut holes would be much, MUCH better. You can also use this recipe to make full-size doughnuts too! (via Sally’s Baking Addiction)