By Lisa Holcomb
Swiss Gourmet Apples
These are early fall apples and are also popularly known
as Arlet apples. They are a wonderful crossbreed of a
Golden Delicious and Ida Red. Succulent, mid-sized,
yellow-green in color with red blush and tan spots,
these apples are an excellent choice for apple pies or
Golden Delicious Apples
These apples are a favorite of many. They are early fall
apples and have a deep yellow color when fully ripened. They do bruise easily, so they need to be handled
with care. They’re wonderful in fresh salads and baked
recipes like pies.
Honey Crisp Apples
These apples are famous for being extra juicy and very
sweet. Honey Crisp apples are an early fall apple. They
are also wonderful for any kind of baking, and sauces
and fresh salads.
These apples are mostly available in the early fall.
They are a crossbreed of the McIntosh and the Red
Delicious apple and have a creamy white flesh with a
crunchy, crispy feel, especially good for eating fresh.
They also work great in homemade baking, freezing, sauces, or as dessert apples. They are perfect for
making homemade apple cider because of their juicy
These early fall apples are small and deep red with a
white flesh. They are sweet and tangy, which makes
them a favorite with children. They are best eaten
fresh, but if you like making fresh-squeezed apple juice
then this apple is for you.
Here Are 10 Apples Worth For Falling
Fall brings in cooler weather, holidays, warm sweaters, and apples. Yes, apples. While you can certainly find apples year-round, there are certain apples that are best consumed in the cooler fall season. The best kinds of apples are those harvested either early or late fall. Fall apples taste better because as the weather becomes cooler they become juicier and crispier than summer apples. When stored properly they can last through
the winter season. We thought we’d bring you a list of some of the best fall apple varieties as well as the best ways
to use them.