Man, we missed This Week In Town, but here let me make it up with some delicious desserts for the Fall season! These will be pretty satisfactory to sate any appetite with a sweet tooth.

Easy Caramel Apple Cream Cheese Spread

Here’s a simple dish to start this off! A Caramel Apple Cream Cheese Spread is portable, it doesn’t need to be heated up, and it contains fresh fruit! This seems like a great addition to any outing or an early snack prior to dinner being served! What I enjoy about this dish is its simplicity that looks like it will pay off enormously. In fact, I really want to pick some up soon and make it! Could you imagine how Curtis Orchard apples would taste with this recipe? Perhaps even some of their homemade caramel, yum!

“The simplicity of this Caramel Apple Cream Cheese Spread makes it quite perfect for tailgating. Of course you don’t have to be in a parking lot to enjoy it. Serve this cream cheese spread inside of your home for your next get-together and watch everyone cheer, even if there isn’t a football game on!”

A simple and tasty treat, these Pumpkin Spice Krispie Treats are a festive fall dessert the whole family will love and they're done in just 10 minutes! | Fall dessert | Fall treat | Mom Makes Joy

This Pumpkin Spice Krispie Treats reminds you of both childhood and Fall! Imagine the sweet stickiness with an extra kick of cinnamon and pumpkin. Make them for fresh and warm cuddle seshes or make them for road trip purposes, whatever the reason this is a fairly simple treat to satisfy that specific craving that we all get occasionally! Besides that, there’s some amazing color right there on this rice Krispies, they look even more natural and delicious.

“If you’re trying to get in the mood for fall and the heat or humidity outside has still got you down, these ooey gooey pumpkiny rice krispie treats will do the trick–I promise!”

Look at this beaut of an idea, the healthy crispy treat that we dream of but is always too expensive to buy! These apple crisps are done in your oven, that’s the recipe really. Another perfect excuse to run off to Curtis Orchard to buy fresh apples! These are preserved for a very long time as well so take them camping, road tripping, or find a way to stock them for your underground bunker (I know you have one). Enjoy these anytime, any season snacks!

“If I had a list of “snacks I’m not sorry I fell in love with” these Warm Cinnamon Apple Chips would be on it. Definitely near the top.

I’ve seen apple chips before and always thought it was a good idea but never tried it out. Then today, I grabbed 5 small apples aka about 2 1/2 regular sized apples, cored, sliced and just went at it!”
Applesauce parfait from Food52
Here we go with a more difficult dish, and one that sounds absolutely amazing (it looks amazing too). This is an Applesauce Parfait with Cinnamon Breadcrumbs, did your mouth start watering as much as mine did? I’m a bit at awe of the way this dish looks and sounds. All these different flavors in all of these dishes and this one sounds creamy with a kick of spice to take you to a tasteful evening and a great Netflix binge watch!
“I wish I had more willpower, but I can’t say I limit my dessert making to only birthdays and the most important holidays. Nor do I have too many scruples about eating veiled farmgirls in its traditional form for breakfast. But, I guess I do have a scruple now and then because the other day when I was craving it, I decided to try to make a slightly less dessert-y version with the simple swap of yogurt for the whipped cream. It made for a different and quite excellent breakfast. Of course, you can also make it with the traditional whipped cream and still eat it for breakfast. It’s been done before.”
Complete with a brown sugar butter glaze, bright cranberries, apples, and a moist cinnamon spice cake!!
We have a lot of creamy dishes here, so let me show you one dish that isn’t so creamy but sounds heavenly, which is this Cranberry Apple Upside-Down Cake! Beyond the imagination of tart with sweet, with a little bit of a kick of crispiness and cinnamon, this looks like a work of art with the golden colors moving into a gradient with the red cranberries. The way the apple slices spread outwards also give this drawing sensation into the dish, and I, for one, can barely hold back from running to the store to make it now. Unfortunately, I have work, so maybe this weekend I will take a moment to cook this delicious dessert.
“What you may not know is that nearly any fruit can be apart of this upside-down cake business. I’ve done it with sliced fresh peaches + raspberries, sliced pears, and I’ve done it with apples before too. Pineapple may be my favorite upside-down cake variety, but I’m mad about apple upside-down cake this time of year.

Adding a pop of cranberry for color and taste is a welcomed upgrade.”

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