Apple Spice Latkes with Cinnamon Yogurt and Caramel Sauces

These Apple Spice Latkes with Cinnamon Yogurt and Caramel Sauces are full of fall spices!

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Do you know what’s not overrated this time of year? Apples. Pumpkins? Maybe a bit overrated. But apples really don’t get old to me. You can bake ‘em with streusel, make a chutney, make a sauce, or puree them into soup. Stuff them into chicken breasts and roast to perfection. Bam! But with Thanksgivukkah just around the corner for the first time ever in the whole history of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah my mind was on one thing and one thing only: pie. And latkes. Okay, two things.

Apple Spice Latkes with Cinnamon Yogurt and Caramel Sauces

These apple spice latkes are just sweet enough, and then topped with cool cinnamon yogurt and sinful caramel sauces. Oh yeah! Head on over to Imperial Sugar to get the full recipe!

Apple Spice Latkes with Cinnamon Yogurt and Caramel Sauces

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  1. Joanie Sharp says:

    Amy, made your Jewish apple cake the other day to serve at a party I had – big hit!!! That will be my go-to recipe for that cake from now on. Thanks! The apple latkes look great too!

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