6 Local Apple Treats to Try This Fall

From refreshing ciders to warm and gooey caramel apple cakes, you don’t want to miss these yummy autumn finds.

One of the most delicious ways to celebrate the beginning of autumn is with some scrumptious apple-accented goodies, so to get your fruity fix, try one of these treats from six local businesses that are all either owned or co-owned by women. 

Native bread Apple Pie Galette
photo courtesy @nativebread
1. NATIVE BREAD Apple Pie Galettes

A customer favorite, Apple Pie Galettes are everything apple! This flakey, sweet crust, classic apple pie flavor is vegan and gluten-free and topped off with a sprinkling of turbinado sugar for that perfect touch.

Ash & Elm Honeycrisp Cider
Photo courtesy @ashandelmcider
2. ASH & ELM Honeycrisp cider

Andréa and Aaron Homoya are the husband-and-wife duo behind Ash & Elm Cider Co., and you have to try their cider of the month, Honeycrisp. It’s a fresh-pressed, unfiltered cider made from Beasley’s Orchard Honeycrisp apples. This traditional apple cider is one you don’t want to miss. 

Tuttle Orchards Apple Cider Slushie
Photo courtesy Tuttle Orchards
3. Tuttle Orchards Apple Cider Slushie

Tuttle Orchards in Greenfield is not only a great fall activity, but also has yummy treats. Their Sweet Shop is open until Oct. 28, 9:00 am-7:00 pm, so after you spend the day picking apples, make sure to stop by and try their Apple Cider Slushie. 

Pots & Pans Pie Co. Apple Crumble
Photo courtesy @potsandpiespanindy
4. Pots & Pans Pie Co. Apple Crumble Pie 

This traditional apple pie is filled to the brim with apples and topped with a buttery brown sugar crumble. Aside from their Meridian-Kessler location, you can also find Pots & Pans Pie Co at the Broad Ripple’s Farmers Market every Saturday.

Cafe Patachou Apple Cider Donut
Photo courtesy @cafepatachou
5. CAFE PATACHOU Apple Cider Donut 

Cafe Patachou’s vegan Apple Cider Donut is back for the fall season! Indulge in this sweet treat with a cup of coffee or tea to start your morning right.

Apple Hand Pies
Photo courtesy @jajuticebakes
6. @jajusticebakes Apple Hand Pies

Local pastry chef Jordan Justice’s Apple Hand Pies are now at Natural State Provisions. These hand pies are warm and flaky for the perfect fall treat. 

Emma Quasny is the Editorial Coordinator for Indy Maven and loves all things fall! 

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