Tag: apples

Apples and crunchy sweet pecans perk up baked Brussels sprouts.
Fruit Recipes, Nut Recipes, Side Dishes, Vegetable Recipes

Brussels Sprouts with Apple Butter Recipe

 

 Brussels sprouts are one of those vegetables that people love to hate, but many will come to tolerate or even love them as we get into our later years. This is due in part to our taste buds. These “tiny cabbages” have a robust flavor that cannot be denied. As […]

Creamy butternut squash soup topped with Swiss cheese is made in the crockpot.
Cheese Recipes, Crockpot Recipes, Fruit Recipes, Nut Recipes, Soup and Stew Recipes, Vegetable Recipes

Butternut Apple Soup Recipe

 

 Luscious butternut squash soup has become a favorite on upscale menus these days, and it couldn’t be easier to make. This version adds apples for a touch of sweetness and melted Swiss cheese for a bit of tang. It’s the perfect starter to a winter harvest meal. The crockpot does […]

Shake up your ho-hum slaw recipe with kale, brussels sprouts, and apples.
Cheese Recipes, Fruit Recipes, Nut Recipes, Salad Recipes, Vegetable Recipes

Kale and Brussels Sprout Slaw Recipe

 

 If you’re tired of the same old cole slaw, try this upscale version. Brussels sprouts are a type of cabbage, so nothing new there. Pair them with the darling of dieticians these days, none other than kale, and kiss it with the crunchy sweetness of apple, and you have a […]

Hard to believe these fruit tarts are not only paleo, but made with a spiralizer.
Dessert Recipes, Fruit Recipes, Muffin Recipes, Nut Recipes

Spiralized Fruit Tarts Recipe

 

 So, you thought your new spiralizer was just for vegetables? Not so! Check out these fruit tarts made with spiralized apples nestled in a date and walnut crust. There is no baking involved, so no hot kitchen. They are great for paleo diets and a sweet treat for vegetarians, yet […]

Delicious apple honey challah rolls are perfect for Rosh Hashanah or any day of the year.
Bread Recipes, Breakfast Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Fruit Recipes, Jewish

Apple Honey Challah Rolls Recipe

 

The eating of apples and honey are traditional for Rosh Hashanah. The practice signifies a hope for a sweet and prosperous new year. You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy these little sweet challah rolls. You will want to keep the recipe handy for year-round use, not just for holidays.