Whether you're trying to use up the last of your apples or you have pumpkins stacked in every corner of your house, get some inspiration for an autumnal teatime with this collection of snacks and recipes.
All About Apples
- Easy apple crisp: There's nothing like the smell of apples baking to set the stage for a fall teatime! Recipe from AllRecipes.
- Warm cinnamon apples: If you have fifteen minutes or so, you can enjoy these delicious stovetop alternatives to baked apples from MyRecipes.com.
- Apple pie bread: For all of the flavors of apple pie but without all the work, try this recipe for a hot loaf of apple pie bread from Wishes and Dishes.
- Caramel apple dipping sauce: This delicious two-ingredient caramel sauce is prefect for apples slices, but it also makes a great topping on vanilla ice cream or in tea or cocoa! Recipe from AllRecipes.
- Easy pumpkin pie bars: This recipe from The First Year Blog uses yellow cake mix, which is a simple way to save time when whipping up a big batch of these pumpkin pie bars.
- Two ingredient pumpkin cake: Although this recipe tastes best if made in advance, it's the perfect quick and easy teatime snack. Recipe from AllRecipes.
- No-bake pumpkin bites: For a healthier option that takes minimal prep, try these no-bake pumpkin bites from Erin Lives Whole. Chocolate covering optional.
- Pumpkin pie mug cake: If not everyone in your family likes pumpkin, mug cakes can be a great way to enjoy it without too many leftovers! Recipe from AllRecipes.
- Maple cinnamon roasted chickpeas: Chickpeas may not be your go-to fall flavor, but with a glaze of maple and cinnamon, they're a delicious and protein-packed snack. Recipe from To Simply Inspire.
- Maple oatmeal snack bites: This no-bake recipe from Two Healthy Kitchens would be great for breakfast or as a teatime option.
- Maple pecan krispy treats: For an alternative to sugar-packed rice krispy treats, check out this sweet and healthier option from Desserts with Benefits.
Other Autumnal Treats
- Persimmon bars: While persimmons might not be everyone's favorite fruit, they'll spice up your table with a special twist. See if your kids can guess what fruit you used! Recipe from AllRecipes.
- Cinnamon muffins: Muffins are great any time of the year, but these muffins from Taste & Tell have that cinnamon flavor that make them perfect for fall.
- Autumn baked oatmeal: This recipe from Faithfully Gluten Free is great for a quick taste of autumn in the early mornings, or enjoy it over teatime for a more relaxed experience.
- Snickerdoodle cobbler: While it's delicious overall, the best part about this dessert from The Recipe Critic is that it creates its own caramel sauce while baking in the oven.