Hello Nerdie Foodies! Welcome to the 200th Nerdie Foodie post! The Fall season is in full swing, and what better than bringing back the versatile fruit that are apples! It has been a long minute since we’ve been here last. Things have finally started to settle down enough for me to resume the world that is Nerdie Foodie. So, let’s just get right to it and check out these five scrumptious recipes! Let’s go!
Starting off with something super simple – baked apples. A simple recipe with only four (4) ingredients. What could possibly go wrong? Check out this Game of Thrones inspired recipe by Feast of Starlight here!
Apple, Raisin, and Pine Nut Buns
If you started a breadmaking journey thanks to Covid, this recipe is for you! Try your hand at making these beautiful buns from scratch by following another Feast of Starlight Game of Thrones inspired creation! Check out the recipe here!
Apple & Raspberry Tart
Did someone say pie? Tarts are still considered as a form of pie, right? In any case, we love a good pie and tart recipe. Bryt (from In Literature) shares with us her wonderful recipe for apple & raspberry tart that Hobbits would be proud of! (Pssst! It’s completely from scratch too!) Check out the recipe here!
Apple Rose Pastries
Want to try your hand at pastries? Rosanna Pansino (from Nerdy Nummies) takes us to the world of Beauty and the Beast with these gorgeous yet simple pastry creations! Check out the written recipe here and the video tutorial below!
Queenie’s Apple Strudel
Really want a challenge? Feast of Starlight shares with us their Fantastic Beasts inspired recipe with this iconic pastry – Queenie’s Apple Strudel! It looks so amazing! Check out the recipe here if you want to try making it yourself!
So, what did you think of these recipes? Did you find them as delicious as I did? My mouth was definitely drooling with all of the carb options! Can’t wait to share with you more recipes from fellow nerds, and thank you so much for your support and encouragement in getting us to 200 Nerdie Foodie posts! I couldn’t have gotten here without all of you readers out there.
‘Til next time,