Hello everyone, and Happy Thanksgiving to all those who are celebrating! For today’s recipe, I decided to post three of my favorite apple recipes that deserve a spot on any Thanksgiving table. As long as you have apples on hand along with a few other simple ingredients, you can make any one (one more than one) of these recipes without a hassle! I hope you guys enjoy this lineup of apple desserts and get to make them if you don’t already have a dessert planned (or even if you do)! Now, let’s get to the apple desserts!
Apple Pie is a classic dessert for any holidays, but I’d say Thanksgiving is the perfect day to showcase this pie. The filling is super easy with just a few ingredients added to the apples, complete with a beautiful lattice top (that at the time I used pre made pie crusts so it was even easier). All in all, this pie is a winner any time of year and especially around Thanksgiving time.
OK, so I have a small confession to make and I’m just going to go right ahead and say it: I like apple crisp better than apple pie…seriously it’s so good! I just love ditching the crust sometimes (no offense) and getting straight to the yummy apples with the absolutely delicious oat crumble topping. Add some caramel sauce and ice cream and O.M.G. Not to mention how incredibly easy this recipe is?! It really shouldn’t be legal… I’m confident that you have everything you need to make this recipe with in your pantry right now. If there is one recipe you’re considering to make from this post, I’d HIGHLY and I mean HIGHLY recommend this one. You won’t go back to apple pie after this. Sorry not sorry!
I like this recipe because it’s unique in its own way: no crust and the crumble on the inside? But don’t let appearances fool you-baked apples drizzled with caramel sauce and topped with vanilla ice cream is never a bad thing. If you’re looking for something a little different this year, give this one a try!
That’s it for this post! I really hope you found this post helpful, and maybe some of you will include one of my recipes at your Thanksgiving table to which I’d be greatly honored. If you make one of these recipes, please let me know by tagging me on my Instagram page @madebybernadine (and if you’re reading this, follow my Instagram if you haven’t already!). Once again, I hope you all have a safe, happy and healthy Thanksgiving with your loved ones.