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Warm Fall Baking

In the fall, there’s nothing cozier than baking a bubbling fruit dessert. Imagine your home filled with the rich aroma of buttery crust and sweet pears, cranberries, or plums. The best part is that fall desserts don’t have to be complex or fancy. We embrace the homemade, tasty imperfections of a golden-brown, biscuit-topped cobbler or cookie crumble.

These 10 desserts put a new twist on fall baking. Goodbye, plain ol’ apple pie. Hello, Snappin’ Cranberry-Pear Crisp!

Snappin’ Cranberry-Pear Crisp

This mix of cranberry sauce and fresh pears topped with crushed gingersnap cookies bakes in just 30–35 minutes. Serve it up in a beautiful piece of stoneware for effortless elegance. Bring on the ice cream!

Snappin' Cranberry-Pear Crisp

Microwave Deep Dish Peach Pie

This is pie you can make in the microwave. It doesn’t get easier than that when you’re craving peach flavors in the fall or any time of the year.

Microwave Deep Dish Peach Pie

Mini Apple Streusel Pies

Apple pie is super popular in the fall, but you can put your own original twist on it by adding streusel. These adorable mini deserts would be easy to make in the our Muffin Pan.

Shhh…we use refrigerated pie crust in this recipe, and that’s okay!

Apple Raspberry Pie

Double Berry Galette

Satisfy your pie craving with less work. Make refrigerated pie crust look rustic chic in the form of a galette. It’s a free-form tart you fill with any fruit of your choice. We like it with fresh blueberries and raspberries, but just imagine it full of pears, plums, or apples this fall.

Double Berry Galette

Pear Ginger Upside-Down Cake

This basic cake recipe adds molasses for an extra moist and tender result that tastes anything but basic. There’s nothing like sweet carmalized pears and zesty ginger to get you in the mood for cooler weather and big wooly sweaters.

Pear Ginger Upside-Down Cake

More Fall Desserts We Can’t Get Enough Of:

Mocha Skillet Cake
Upside-Down Cherry Cheesecake
Taffy Apple Tarlets

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