Recipes Using Autumn Fruit Round Up – CookBlogShare Week 39

In this recipe collection I have rounded up the best recipes using Autumn fruit. There are some brilliant seasonal ingredients to use in your baking and cooking. From fresh apples, pears, blackberries, figs and plums. Explore the autumn recipes below.

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Welcome to week 39 of CookBlogShare. I can’t believe how quickly this year is flying by. Thank you so much to Carrie for hosting last week’s round up on Brilliant Brunches

Recipes using Autumn Fruit

Blackberry and Apple Crumble Bars by Tin and Thyme

A sweet, fruity, crisp and chewy recipe for blackberry and apple crumble bars. An autumnal delight made with wholemeal flour and oats for a slightly healthier take on the classic crumble bar. They’re super delicious and ever so easy to make.

Apple Traybake by Curlys Cooking

Not only is this Apple Traybake with Yogurt Sponge absolutely delicious, it’s pretty too! With an incredibly moist sponge topped with beautiful layers of apple, this has quickly become one of my favourite cakes. A light sponge full of flavour and a perfect Autumn treat.

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Old Fashioned Apple Pie by Glutarama

This recipe for Old Fashioned Apple Pie is made of gluten free, dairy free and egg free pastry. It is a hugely adaptable pie recipe and looks incredible when served for dessert. Filled with stewed apples and best served hot from the oven.

fig and lime jam

Fig and Lime Jam by Farmersgirl Kitchen

Fig and Lime Jam recipe is easy to make and works brilliantly as a sweet jam on your breakfast toast and. in my opinion, it’s even better with cheese and cold meats. I’m always sad when summer is over, but I do love the seasonal fruits that are in abundance in the autumn.  They don’t last long so preserving them is a great way to enjoy them for longer.

pear and ginger preserve

Pear and Ginger Preserve by Gluten Free Alchemist

A wonderful seasonal Brown-Sugared Pear and Ginger Preserve which is rich and fruity with warming nuggets of ginger. Perfect with sweet or savoury dishes and easy to make in your home kitchen. A great preserve to make ahead for the winter that uses up seasonal fruit.

Recipes Using Autumn Fruit plum dumplings

Plum dumplings by My Dinner

Fall into fall with deliciously juicy plum dumplings. Zwetschgenknödel as we call this dish in Germany and Austria. A warming and comforting dessert, a mix of tart and sweet flavours and juicy but crispy textures. These plum knödel are great for lunch, dinner or a sweet snack between meals.

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5 thoughts on “Recipes Using Autumn Fruit Round Up – CookBlogShare Week 39”

  1. I love autumn fruits right now and especially love the sound of those blackberry and apple crumble bars – they remind me of something my mum used to make when I was growing up!

  2. What a lovely round up. Autumn cooking is always my favourite. Will be trying the parmesan courgette recipe, make something similar with smaller slices of courgette – yum.

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