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8 Hudson Valley Spots Serving Apple-Inspired Treats This Season


Apple picking season is upon us here in the Hudson Valley. These locations offer excellent apple dishes and treats to enjoy this fall.

Fall is the season for the delectable flavors of cinnamon, sugar, pumpkin, and, of course, apple. Sipping on a steamy caramel latte with a slice of warm apple pie sitting in front of you — there truly is nothing better. Here’s where to get your fix in the Hudson Valley.

Angry Orchard


This one you probably knew already, but Angry Orchard is the spot to hit if you are looking to enjoy hard cider this season. Book an experience to tour the orchard and enjoy various draft, canned, and bottled ciders. Or, if variety is what you seek, enjoy a cider tasting flight. Excellent fall picks include the limited Baked Apple Pie, as well as the standby Crisp Apple Cider and the Green Apple Cider. The Cider House offers indoor and outdoor seating, and there is fresh food available from the in-house kitchen.

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If you’ve never tried crepes, fall is the perfect opportunity. Spend a chilly weekend morning sipping on a chai latte and enjoy stewed cinnamon apple crepes at Dolce. Warm crepes with freshly stewed apples topped with cinnamon and pure maple syrup sound like the perfect fall treat.   

Java Love Coffee Roasting Co.


Java Love may be known for its coffee, but visitors shouldn’t sleep on the breakfast and lunch menus, either. For a seasonal order, go for the brie fig sandwich, which pairs creamy brie and spicy arugula with sweet apples and fig spread on a toasted brioche bun. Yum is an understatement.

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Minard’s Family Farm 


Minard’s Family Farm serves up all kinds of goodies at its barn market. Make a beeline for the warm apple fritters and dumplings, which are not to be missed. The apple turnovers are also fresh and delicious. Hudson Valley products are available for sale at the barn store, including local jams, jellies, and hot sauce.

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Pieconic NY


Head to Pieconic NY for layers of cinnamon, sugar, and Hudson Valley apples in the Backyard Apple Pie. The classic fall pie can be made gluten-free or vegan as well. For a smaller sweet, check out the apple hand pies for a perfectly sized treat that can also be made gluten-free. For those who prefer crumb to crust, opt for the Dutch apple pie, which is topped with a healthy smattering of those deliciously sweet and crumbly morsels.

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Sleeping Giant Ice Cream


What could be better than creamy apple pie ice cream? Sleeping Giant Ice Cream serves scoops of smooth apple pie ice cream with chunks of apples and loaded with crunchy graham cracker swirls and fall spices. Add that to a cone and you have apple perfection! 

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The Candy Apple Shoppe


Candy apples are the definition of fall desserts. In Warwick, The Candy Apple Shoppe has so many options from which to choose. Lean into seasonal flavors with the pumpkin spice latte candy apple or celebrate Halloween a bit early with the caramel M&M apple. An apple a day, right?

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Wright’s Farm Market


Fall baked goods are plentiful at Wright’s Farm Market. Stop in to taste sugary apple cider donuts, crisp candy apples, caramel apples, fresh baked apple and apple crumb pie, and apples chips. This is the perfect spot to grab something sweet for all your fall gatherings.  

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