Fruit SoupBy Ginny's TeamTry this delicious, low-maintenance fruit soup when you need to serve a crowd with a sweet tooth. Fall flavors like apples, cherries, apricots and cinnamon combine for the perfect chilly day soup. Chunks of pineapple and mandarin oranges simmer on low in the slow cooker along with other delicious fruit flavors, leaving you free to work on more complex main dishes or desserts. When you're ready to serve this fruit soup, just spoon it into small bowls and enjoy!Easy Caramel ApplesBy Ginny's TeamCaramel apples may seem intimidating to make by hand, but these easy caramel apples only require two ingredients and take almost no effort! Use a double boiler or fondue pot to melt the caramel. You can also melt caramel on the stove in a big pot, but we've found a double boiler easier to handle (and less likely to spit caramel back out at us). This is also a really fun recipe for kids. They'll love making these easy caramel apples just as much as they'll love eating them!Cheesecake Stuffed StrawberriesBy Ginny's TeamCheesecake stuffed strawberries are a great twist on a classic sweet treat. The recipe can be simple or a bit more complicated, all depending on how much time you have! Feel free to make your own cheesecake filling with cream cheese, sour cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract; or, save some time and simply use pre-made cheesecake filling for a speedier process. Besides your cheesecake filling, you only need fresh strawberries and finely crushed graham crackers. This simple cheesecake stuffed strawberries recipe is quickly becoming our go-to for a special treat!Simple Apple CrispBy Ginny's TeamWith only four basic ingredients, this simple apple crisp recipe can be made at a moment's notice. Try Granny Smith apples to get the perfect, tart taste that makes this simple apple crisp a winner. Feel free to sprinkle cinnamon and nutmeg on before serving for a classic fall taste.Cinnamon Apple CrispBy Ginny's TeamNothing goes together like apples and cinnamon; they combine in a delicious way in this cinnamon apple crisp recipe. The can of apple pie filling cuts prep time down without sacrificing on taste, and the mix of cinnamon and nutmeg makes this a new fall dessert favorite!Mountain Dew Apple DumplingsBy Ginny's TeamThis Mountain Dew apple dumplings recipe may sound a little strange, but trust us: this is one of the most decadent, nearly sinfully good recipes that we have ever come across. Flaky crescent rolls and a huge helping of butter make this recipe dangerously delicious. We recommend using Granny Smith apples; a less tart apple can make the apple dumplings too sweet, while Granny Smiths provide just the right amount of tang.Cheddar Apple CrispBy Ginny's TeamWe'd never heard of cheddar apple crisp before, so when the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board shared this recipe with us, we were eager to try it out! Cheddar apple crisp has all the ingredients of a regular apple crisp. However, it also includes about a cup of shredded sharp cheddar cheese that gets mixed in with the other dry ingredients. The final taste is surprisingly delicious and a new must-have in our apple recipe rotation.Apple Cinnamon TartBy Ginny's TeamAn apple cinnamon tart is the perfect dessert on a cool fall day. Using unbaked pie dough for the crust cuts down preparation time, but you can also make homemade pie crust. If you'd like to add a kick to the apple cinnamon tart, add a dash of nutmeg with the cinnamon and sugar. The warm and peppery notes will combine deliciously with the cinnamon!Deep Fried Apple RingsBy Ginny's TeamTruth: everything tastes better when deep fried--and that includes these deep fried apple rings! Cinnamon and sugar give these Granny Smith apples a classic apple dessert feel, while deep frying adds a delicious twist. The apples can be deep fried in a heavy skillet if you don't have a deep fryer on hand.Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake HeartsBy Ginny's TeamNothing says "Happy Valentine's Day" like chocolate raspberry cheesecake hearts! Cheesecake and fresh raspberries combine for a sweet mixture that will make Valentine's Day delicious for friends and family alike. All you need is a heart shaped cookie cutter and a few basic pantry ingredients. Chocolate raspberry cheesecake hearts are perfect for small Valentine's Day parties or even a date night with your valentine!Chocolate Covered StrawberriesBy Ginny's TeamChocolate covered strawberries are the classic Valentine's Day treat. The best part of this recipe? All you need to make delicious, hardening chocolate is a bag of chocolate chips and a tablespoon of butter. A double boiler can make melting the chocolate even easier, but the microwave can work just as well. Just let the chocolate covered strawberries sit in the refrigerator until the chocolate sets for the best finish.