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Some people really struggle to eat enough fruit. But fruit can be so much more than just eating an apple or chomping on some grapes. Fruit is wonderful for creating many different types of recipes. These eighteen recipes will help you eat more fruit and actually enjoy it, too.
1. Berry Trifle
This Berry Trifle recipe is perfect for a healthy holiday dessert or for any special occasion when dessert must be enjoyed by all.
2. From Scratch Apple Pie
Few things will make your house smell better than an apple pie baking in the oven. This all-natural pie is so good you’ll need a second slice.
3. Plum Tart
This delicious Plum Tart is a great dessert to have this season. Plums are still in stores, so it’s a perfect dessert to share with friends and family. Serve with some whipped cream or ice cream.
4. Winter Fruit Salad
Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a good fruit salad. This Winter Fruit Salad uses the fruits of the season in this delicious combination.
5. Plum Butter
Plumb butter is a delicious toast topper for fall. Start your morning off on a sweet note with this wonderful spread.
6. Strawberry Apple Sauce
Strawberry Apple Sauce is a simple, rustic, and old-world way to enjoy fruit this season. A bowl of chilled sauce is refreshing by itself and is great over ice cream, and you can use frozen strawberries when fresh ones aren’t available.
7. Amish Apple Butter
Amish Apple Butter is a great dessert all by itself. Sweeten it to your liking and enjoy whenever you need a healthy snack or dessert.
8. Fig Butter
Fig butter is wonderful stuff. It’s great on your morning toast and even pairs well with a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream. Smear it on a bagel with cream cheese for a delicious breakfast.
9. Crock Pot Cinnamon Apples
These delicious slow cooker cinnamon apples are a delicious dessert. You can even turn them into a healthy snack by mixing them with cottage cheese or plain Greek yogurt.
10. Cherry N’ice Cream
This all-fruit Cherry N’ice Cream is the perfect excuse for dessert. It’s a delicious, dairy-free option for that nagging sweet tooth. You can use frozen cherries for this.
11. Raspberry Coconut Smoothie
This Raspberry Coconut Smoothie is as refreshing and delicious as it looks. You get all the wonderful benefits of fresh (or frozen) raspberries in a delicious smoothie.
12. Baked Apples
Nothing beats a warm baked apple straight from the oven on a cool, crisp autumn evening. They make a deliciously healthy dessert on their own, but you can also fix them up with ice cream or whipped cream.
13. Fig Galette Recipe With Apples
A fig galette is a wonderful way to enjoy the fruits of the season. Made with all-natural ingredients, it’s a dessert that’s sure to please.
14. Pear And Apple Tart
This pear and apple tart is the reason autumn dessert recipes exist. As with many desserts, you can serve this with whipped cream or some vanilla ice cream.
15. Apple Cider
Making a good apple cider is part of the season. It’s perfect for gathering around a fire pit or a fireplace and warms you down to your toes.
16. Healthy Candied Apples
Candied apples don’t have to be bad for you. In fact, these are not only downright delicious but healthy to boot.
17. Banana Pops
These Banana Pops are a simple, tasty dessert and a fast way to impress your friends, family, and kids while still keeping things healthy.
18. Pineapple Popsicles
Frozen pineapple makes great Pineapple Popsicles. Grab a bag and make a batch to keep in the freezer for whenever you want a cool treat.
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This originally appeared on The Gracious Pantry