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Fruit Dessert With Autumn Fruits. 3 Delicious And Easy To Make Ideas

Updated on September 1, 2017



Fruit Dessert With Autumn Fruits. 3 Delicious And Easy To Make Ideas

Autumn Fruit Dessert - What can be better on a quiet weekend afternoon, when it's cool outside, and did some friends come to visit you? We have three recipes with the star fruits: grapes, pears and apples!

When the weather begins to cool and the leaves begin to become yellow, you sometimes feel like staying at home and starting the oven. Leave your bathing suit and ice cream and start thinking about tarts, sauces and hot creams. There is no point in regretting the disappearance of summer soft fruits when in autumn you find plenty of delicious fruits. Do you want a dessert with autumn fruits? Ideas exist and there are many! We selected only three of the autumn fruits.

3 dessert ideas with autumn fruits

Concord grape pie

Concord is one of the most common varieties of grapes in our country. Almost any yard in the country you find them. Anyway, you can replace them with any more grapes. For this autumn fruit dessert with a diameter of 22 centimeters you need:

For dough:

2 1/2 cups of flour

1 teaspoon salt

17 tablespoons unsalted butter (cold, cut into small pieces)

For stuffing:

1 kg of grapes (only grains)

3/4 - 1 cup of brown sugar

2 tablespoons of tapioca

1 tablespoon unsalted butter (cut into small pieces)


Dough: Mix flour well with salt in a large bowl. Mix the butter in the flour with your hands until you get a dough. Add 10 tablespoons of cold water, stirring the dough with a fork until it becomes soft. Form a ball of dough, then put it on a surface that you sprinkled flour. Just brew the dough until it becomes more elastic. Then divide the dough into two balls, one slightly larger than the other. Wrap each of them into food foil, then put them in the refrigerator for two hours.

For stuffing:

Just put the grape pulp in a small saucepan. The shells put them in a large, separate bowl. Cook the pulp over medium heat, stirring until tender, for 8-10 minutes, then, using a strainer, pour the mixture over the grapes. Press the pulp with a spoon in the strainer, then throw the remaining seeds. Mix the pulp, peels, then add tapioca and sugar, mix a little and leave the mixture aside.

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius. Spread the larger ball of dough so that it has a diameter of 30 centimeters, then put the sheet in a tart tray with a diameter of 22 centimeters. Pour the grain filling and put some butter on top. Spread the other dough ball and cover the tart. Run the edges of the dough, then bake this autumn fruit dessert for 20 minutes. Reduce the oven temperature to 170 degrees and bake another 45-50 minutes until the tart is brown. Let the tart cool off before cutting it.

Pere squeezed in Porto wine

Wine from Porto can be found in any season, so it is a shame not to use it for this autumn fruit dessert. However, you can also replace it with another red wine. For four servings you need the following ingredients:

1 cup of Porto wine

3/4 cup brown sugar

3 orange peel strips

1 lemon peel

1 stick of cinnamon

4 pears ripe, but hard

Ice Cream (for serving)


Mix the wine with sugar, orange peel and lemon, bark and two cups of water in a large saucepan, then place it on medium heat to the heat. Heat the mixture until the sugar dissolves, about five minutes. Mixed from time to time. Put the crack aside.

Cut two to three millimeters from the bottom of the pearls to create a flat surface. Peel the pears and then sink them into the wine mixture. Bring the liquid to the boiling point, then reduce the temperature and let them boil over low heat, covered for 50-60 minutes until the tip of a knife easily enters the pulp of the fruit. Remove them from the fire and let them cool. Serve the pears on a plate that you put a little of the wine sauce and one or two cups of ice cream.

Crumble apple with warm cream

Another dessert with autumn fruits is a classic: crumble with apples. For eight servings you need:


For crumble:

12 apple granny smith (green apples, cleaned and cut into thick slices)

1/2 cup sugar

2 cups flour

1 1/2 cup brown sugar

1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder

1/4 teaspoon crushed cloves

16 teaspoons cold butter, cut into pieces

For the cream:

2 1/3 cup of milk

1/4 cup sugar

4 tablespoons butter, melted

1/4 cup flour

1 egg

1 teaspoon of vanilla essence


F the crumble: Preheat oven to 170 degrees. Put the apples and a cup of water in a large and deep saucepan and cook them over medium heat, stirring occasionally until the apples soften a little (20-30 minutes). Add sugar and move apples to a large tray.

Separately, mix the flour with brown sugar, cinnamon, and cloves in a large bowl. Mix butter in dry ingredients using your hands until you get a dough. Press this dough over the apple filling and bake for 40-45 minutes.

For cream: Heat the milk in a medium saucepan, at the right heat. Meanwhile, mix in a large bowl of melted butter, sugar, flour and egg. Using a body, it incorporates a cup of warm milk in the flour and sugar mixture. Then gradually add this mixture to the milk remaining on the fire. Mix constantly and cook the cream for five to eight minutes until it thickens. Take it off and add vanilla.

Serve the apple crumble with hot cream on top.


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      Angel Guzman 

      3 years ago from Joliet, Illinois

      Ooo looks good!


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