At the end of apple season, what do you do with all the apples? Preserving them is so easy. Spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, they make tasty tarts, pies or ice cream topping.
The lattice pattern is a classic decoration for shortcrust pies. It works well not only on fruit such as apples, cherries or plums, but also on a poppyseed mixture or jam.
Stewed apples make a delicious breakfast but can also be served with dessert, as a sauce over ice cream or cake.
This is a wonderful take on caramel apples. The apple is cut into chunks first, then fried in caramel, and finally topped with toasted sesame seeds.
Pancakes with caramelised apples are perfect both as breakfast and dessert and are very simple to make. Mint leaves make a nice garnish.