We have lovingly compiled an ever-growing list of recipes that showcase our fruit or cider in incredibly delicious ways. Scroll to see Savory, Sweet, & Cocktail categories, or search for something specific using the bar below.
This is one of those recipes that falls out of nowhere and into your brain. I assume it was inspired by something, but I have no idea what, it just appeared. I know apple and celery salads are a thing, but this one is quite different from your standard version. It mixes up a variety of crunchy, salty, and sweet ingredients for a wonderfully refreshing salad that still feels hearty enough for winter.
This German Apple Kuchen is a cross between bread and coffee cake. A yeast bread on the bottom, topped with an apple pie layer, and finished with a sweet streusel coffee cake top. We love this recipe because it isn’t super sweet like most coffee cakes.
Similar in flavor to traditional cherry pie, red currant pie is a bit more sour, a bit more complex. We like to pair it with a flaky sourdough pie crust whose innate tartness complements the flavor of currants.
Currant pie - a staple dessert on our summer table is best served with heavy cream. Mellowed with a bit of cane sugar, tart red currants fill the base of this simple, rustic pie.
These fresh apricots positively melt in the heat of the pan before you toss them with fresh raspberries and sprinkle them with the lightest dusting of pistachios for an easy, no-fuss, one-pan dessert with no added sweetener.
Ruby red, delicately floral and sweet with a punch of tartness, raspberry popsicles always seem to have a place in the freezer, tucked away for lazy afternoons.
Raspberries only really reach their peak of ripeness – sweetness, flavor and antioxidant capacity – in the summer. Just like all berries, raspberries are fragile and if picked too early, they lack flavor. This makes frozen raspberries a particularly good year-round choice, since they’re picked at the peak of ripeness and flash-frozen to preserve their flavor, nutrition and the overall integrity of the fruit.
In the search for warm, comforting desserts not much tops bread pudding. This tasty version uses cider doughnuts instead of bread as the base, and adds a creamy custard with a hint of vanilla. You just can't go wrong here.
These waffles begin the night before – so, breakfast takes much less effort! Quick cooking
oats create a tender waffle, old fashioned oats result in a more substantial, chewy
Fast, never fail, delicious family “standard!” The crust is like shortbread. This is the
recipe of Cape Cod-er, Barbara Soller, grandma of Champlain Orchard’s owner, Bill
Suhr. Versatile recipe with other fruits, too.
Hot toddy is a classic winter beverage that is served warm and strong. This apple cider hot toddy has the additional kick of spiced apple cider.
Think of this as a house punch that's a snap to make and relatively low in alcohol.
Mix up a batch of this bubbly fall cocktail for your next dinner party, and relax.
Two of our favorite things - Lillet & golden raspberries. Red raspberries can absolutely be substituted if golden raspberries can't be found. This cocktail is also lovely finished with a splash of sparkling water, Prosecco, or our Honeycrisp hard cider.
Refreshing summer afternoon sipper !
The perfect summer afternoon cocktail-treat to keep cool.