13 Chocolate and Apple Recipes for Fall

It’s Apple Season. 

And you know what goes perfect with apples?

Caramel. And yes, oh yes, chocolate!


13 Chocolate & Apple Recipes 

Apple Nachos

Recipe here by The Blog Stalker


Chocolate Chip Apple Pie Bread Pudding

Recipe here by Cake n Knife



Snickers Apple Salad

Recipe here by Chef in Training 

Chocolate Chip Cookie Apple Crumble for Two
Recipe here by Chocolate Moosey

Chocolate Apple Pie Monkey Bread
Recipe here by Jo Cooks

Vanilla & Cinnamon Apples with Chocolate Sauce
Recipe here by Recipes Plus

Caramel Candy Bar Apple Dip
Recipe here by Woman Freebies

Chocolate Dipped Apple Rings
Recipe here by Taste of Home

Chocolate Turtle Apple Slices
Recipe here by Mom Loves Baking

Chocolate Apple Pie
Recipe here by Kayotic Kitchen

Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk, Salted Coffee Caramel, Apple Skillet Cookie
Recipe here by Half Baked Harvest

Twix New York Apple Pie
Recipe here by Food Channel

Apple and Coconut Cake with Dark Chocolate Ganache
Recipe here by While He Was Out

What’s your favorite way to enjoy apples this season?



9 thoughts on “13 Chocolate and Apple Recipes for Fall

  1. Yum! I’ve made apple nachos several times for parties and they’re always a huge hit. 🙂 The version I do has drizzled melted peanut butter, dark chocolate chips and dry-roasted peanuts crushed up on top. I’ll have to give the kind you posted a try some time. They look delicious.
    Also, that snickers apple salad sounds soooo good!

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