We love apples, and this is the season to eat them as often as possible. This collection of vegan apple recipes starts with a simple Healthy Apple Pie Smoothie and ends with delicious Apple Spice Cookies. You’ll also find Cuban Black Bean Dip, chutney, doughnuts, and more!
We love apples! Sweet, tart, crunchy, healthy, delicious apples make fall even better. Because everyone goes crazy for pumpkin the minute the calendar flips to September, we feel like apples get overlooked. That’s why we decided to celebrate our favorite fall fruit and put together a collection of our favorite apple recipes. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
WHY YOU SHOULD EAT AN APPLE A DAY
- Apples are Beneficial to Cardiovascular Health
- The antioxidants in apples protect blood vessels and are linked to the decrease of LDL cholesterol.
- Apples are a Good Source of Fiber
- One medium apple contains approximately 4.4 grams of dietary fiber.
- Apples are Thought to Stabilize Blood Sugar
- Phloretin, found in apples, is thought to stabilize blood sugar.
- Apples May Help to Prevent Colon Cancer
- Click this link to learn more about apples and health.
- Apple Support Gut Health
- Apples have phytonutrients that can balance and support the bacteria in the lower digestive tract.
OUR FAVORITE VEGAN APPLE RECIPES
We can both remember being kids and coming home to the smell of warm apple crisp. Best feeling ever! Especially after a long day of school! So, why not do the same thing for yourself and fill your home with the aromatic scent of apples and warming spices.
Check out these healthy, and chocolate covered, apples! They’re so easy to make and a much healthier option than traditional candy or caramel apples. It’s one of our favorite vegan apple recipes to make!
These apple turnovers are the perfect sweet dessert to end any Fall day! The crispy exterior pairs perfectly with the warm, gooey, caramelized apples on the inside. What are you waiting for! Go make a batch!
Super healthy and easy to make. This pumpkin pie apple sauce is the perfect recipe to use up all those leftover apples you have from apple picking!
Our healthy apple pie smoothie is made with a whole apple, apple cider, a bit of maple syrup, cinnamon, and hemp seeds. Just core the apple (peel it if you want, but the peel is so good for you), toss it in a blender with the rest of the ingredients, and blend it until it’s smooth and creamy. This recipe is so healthy, but it’s also so flavorful!
Baked Apple Cider Doughnuts! Okay, we’re not going to try and pretend that these are healthy. They are made with flour and sugar, so no, not something that you want to eat often. But, come on, YOLO!!!!
If you’re in the mood for a doughnut, in the Fall, then our vegan apple cider doughnuts are for you. Besides, they’re baked, not fried, so they’re healthier than your average doughnut. 😉
Our Caramel Apple Overnight Oats are perfect for busy weekday mornings. Just prepare them before you go to bed and you’ll have a delicious apple oatmeal breakfast waiting for you in the morning.
Raw Apple Cinnamon Energy Bites are a quick and easy way to snack healthy. These are made with dried apples, dates, pepitas, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, and warm spices that taste so good! They’re great for an on-the-go breakfast or a pre or post workout treat.
If you’re not in the mood to bake, and you’re craving apple pie, our deconstructed Raw Apple Pie is perfect! It’s made with juicy apples, sweet dates, cinnamon, and chopped walnuts. It’s as delicious as it is healthy.
Apples in a savory dish? YES! Our Cuban Black Bean Dip with Roasted Corn, Apples, and Kale is spicy with a little sweetness mixed in. It’s so easy to put together and goes well with corn chips. The perfect game-day appetizer.
Bruschetta doesn’t always have to be savory. We created a sweet dessert bruschetta with fresh apples, warm spices, and buttery pecans. This is an easy and quick way to make an unusual and delicious dessert.
There’s no need for added sugar in our outstanding Sugar-Free Stuffed Baked Apples. Because the fruit gives this lovely apple recipe all of the sweetness it needs, you don’t need to add any extra sugar! Stuffed with rolled oats, walnuts, dried cranberries, and warm spices, it’s a healthy decadent treat.
Apples go so well with curry, ginger, cumin, and salt. Our apple relish with curry and other spices is incredibly delicious. Spread it on crackers or dip carrot sticks into it. You’re going to love this!
Our gluten-free Frosted Spiced Apple Oat Cookies are life because they’re so easy to make and even easier to eat. Made with unsweetened apple sauce, warm spices, and topped with a maple frosting, these are going to become your favorite fall vegan apple recipes!
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EVEN MORE WAYS TO COOK WITH APPLES
We hope you enjoyed seeing all of the different ways you can cook with apples. You can eat them in sweet or savory recipes, and they’re good both ways. Because apple recipes are amazing, make sure you check out some of our other favorite apple recipes:
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