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Irresistible Fall Desserts
Custards and crisps and pies! Oh my! Sweeten your sideboard this fall with a bevy of our best seasonal desserts.
Irresistible Fall Desserts
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Holy Trinity Apple CrispBest Pumpkin PieFall DessertsChocolate Peanut Butter CupcakesVermont Maple Pecan CookiesButtermilk Pecan PieOld-Fashioned Apple DumplingsRustic Apple PieWalnut Molasses PieMaple Pecan Pear Upside-Down Cake
Northern Spy, Golden Grimes and Ida Red apples are the divine inspiration in this comforting crisp.
Recipe:Holy Trinity Apple Crisp
A yummy and crumbly walnut topping on pumpkin pie? Hallelujah! Don't wait for Thanksgiving to roll around; this pie is perfect anytime.
Recipe:Best Pumpkin Pie
If ever a season was made for decadent desserts, it's fall. A bounty of autumn nuts and soft fruits are go-to ingredients while comforting caramels, creams, custards and golden buttery crusts take seasonal sweets over the top. Here are 10 that will keep you coming back for seconds.
Moist chocolate cupcakes are always a winner with kids. Just add creamy peanut butter (and appropriately autumn hued) icing and you have a bona-fide treat time champion.
Recipe:Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcakes
The tasteful combination of chewy oats and crunchy toasted pecans ensure these maple syrup cookies will be gobbled up fast.
Recipe:Vermont Maple Pecan Cookies
Similar to a chess pie but creamier and sweeter, a classic Southern buttermilk pie is even better with the addition of crunchy pecans.
RecipeButtermilk Pecan Pie
Go apple picking at a local orchard and whip up this homemade pie afterward. The double-crust confection is even better served warm from the oven with a scoop of ice cream.
Recipe:Rustic Apple Pie
Pecans aren't the only nuts filling pies this fall. Try walnuts and molasses for a dense and ooey-gooey autumn dessert.
Recipe:Walnut Molasses Pie
This topsy-turvy cake has enough yum for two desserts. Dried cherries, D'anjou pears, maple syrup, brown sugar and butter caramelize in the pan while the buttermilk batter produces a dense, moist layer.
RecipeMaple Pecan Pear Upside Down Cake