Looking for an apple pie recipe? Want an easy apple crumble? Love apple cake? Try our apple desserts ideas for autumnal baking using British apples from bramleys to braeburns.
After you’ve checked out these recipes, take a look at our favourite crumble ideas.
When are apples in season?
UK apple season starts in August and ends in February. British apples are at their best between October and December.
- We use British apples such as Braeburns and Bramleys
Make apple crumble even better with a great big slosh of bourbon. You'll be all rosy-cheeked and merry after a helping of this cosy pud!
Jazz up your apple pie and make our impressive recipe with clotted cream. This indulgent, warming dessert is the perfect sweet treat to serve friends and family over the winter months.
This recipe for toffee apple dump cake is easy to make and perfect for entertaining friends and family. Drizzle extra toffee or caramel sauce for a more indulgent tea time treat.
Pair these crunchy, hot and sweet apple turnovers with cooling greek yogurt (alternatively, vanilla or salted caramel ice cream would be a great match, too).
Check out this stunning baked cheesecake with crunchy British Discovery apples and sweet and creamy toffee sauce. This indulgent cheesecake will make an impressive way to end any dinner party.
Check out our showstopping tarte tatin recipe with russet apples, flaky puff pastry and dark rum. This impressive pudding may take a bit of time to make but it's well worth the wait.
All you need to do is swap butter for melted coconut oil to make a totally vegan apple crumble. This one is flavoured with warming cinnamon.
Check out our crunchy crumble recipe with apples and blackberries. This classic pudding recipe is an easy autumnal dessert the whole family will love, ready in an hour.
Check out our impressive sweet pie packed with Bramley apples and juicy blueberries. Ready in less than an hour, this easy pie recipe uses croissant dough to give it an extra flaky top.
A healthier take on classic apple crumble, this recipe tops soft cinnamon apples with a butter-free granola (which also makes a brilliant breakfast).
Can't decide between apple pie and sticky toffee pudding for Sunday lunch? With this recipe for apple steamed pudding with a sticky toffee sauce, you don't have to pick. This is the best of both worlds.
These boozy sticky toffee apples totally count as one of your five-a-day, right? Right guys!?
Check out this really easy old-school apple crumble. This classic dessert is a firm family favourite and you won't go wrong with this foolproof recipe. Try this, then check out more of our comforting crumble recipes.
Cinnamon buns are a really popular treat and apples, caramel and cinnamon make these gorgeously sticky buns a great brunch bake. Dried active yeast needs to be reactivated in water and gives a better rise than fast-action yeast. Find it in tubs in the baking aisle. More cinnamon bun ideas here.
This has to be our best apple pie recipe, and the recipe is super easy. These individual sugar crust pies with spiced apples are topped with a lattice of sweet pastry. Irresistible!
Savoury scones make a great alternative to serve for an afternoon tea with some good cheese and chutney. These ones are flavoured with sage and given extra texture from grated apple.
Caramelised apples wrapped in puff pastry makes the best tart Tatins. These individual ones are designed to be easy but impressive enough for a dinner party. The cider-caramel sauce is a delicious finishing touch.
Cox apples and farmhouse bread are combined to make this delectable traditional English pudding. Serve with dollops of clotted cream on top.
A delicious, family favourite. Toffee apple, bread and butter pudding, and extra toffee means this recipe is an easy win for a treat.
Porridge oats and soft brown sugar add extra crunch to this family favourite, that is best served with rich vanilla ice cream.
Put a posh twist on this traditional treat with our recipe for apple turnovers with vanilla glaze. They're really easy to make and are a great comforting pud for the colder months.
This recipe for apple tart with blackberry and soured cream comes from Percy and Founders in Fitzrovia, London. It's easy to make and can be prepared ahead, so it's a great one for when you're entertaining.