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10 Amazing Apple Recipes for Fall

10 Amazing Apple Recipes for Fall

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An apple a day? Totally doable when you have these inventive, healthy, and delicious new ways to eat the fruit. From salads to soups to dessert, these rockstar recipes are ideal for autumn and beyond.

Caramel Apple Pie Protein Shake

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If you liquified a slice of apple pie in a blender, it would probably taste like this decadent shake. But this won't give you the sugar crash you'd get from the pie. It'll keep you full since it's loaded with protein from cottage cheese and protein powder.

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Triple-Layered Breakfast Apple Sandwich

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You could dip apples in peanut butter, or you could add some complexity with this apple "sandwich." You just cut the fruit crosswise and then layer with whatever toppings you feel like. Honey, shredded coconut, chocolate chips, raisins–the possibilites are endless.

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Raw Kale Salad with Apple and Creamy Avocado Dressing

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If you love Waldorf salads, but want something lighter, try this raw kale salad. Crisp apple slices, crunchy walnuts, and creamy avocado dressing will become your new favorite combo.

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Roasted Sweet Potato and Apple Salad

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This salad combines some of the the sweet flavors of fall–apples, roasted sweet potatoes, and maple syrup. Sweet potatoes are extremely high in Vitamin C.  (Want more options? Check out these giant, dinner-worthy salads.)

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Shredded Brussels Sprouts and Apples

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Brussels sprouts don't deserve their bad rap. They're packed with folate and vitamin K and actually taste delish. If you've been avoiding them, try out this warm salad with apple, tofu, and pine nuts. 

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Chicken Madras Curry with Apple

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Cooked apples are the perfect foil to curry spices you'll wish you thought of on your own. Make this when you're in need of a comfort food but want to stick with something healthy.

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Butternut Squash & Apple Bisque

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You don't need to add cream to make a soup thick and creamy. This vegan bisque doesn't have any heavy ingredients; it gets a velvety texture from puréed butternut squash and apple. (Here are eight more creamy soups that are actually healthy.)

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Apple Avocado Salsa with Honey-Lime Dressing

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Apple Tart with Cinnamon and Honey

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