It’s time to let you know what’s in The Food Calendar for October. We’re finally in Autumn (although I’m happy to say that the weather hasn’t realised yet and it’s still lovely and warm). I’m fully suspecting that it’ll get it’s revenge in a few weeks but I’m going to enjoy the last little hints of summer while I still can 🙂 .
One food that I firmly associate with Autumn is apples, so this month I’ve selected some amazing apple recipes to share with you to celebrate Bramley Apple Week from the 3rd to the 9th October and Apple Day on the 21st.
20 Amazing Apple Recipes
These recipes are selected from other bloggers who come here to share their recipes for each of the events in The Food Calendar (plus a few others I found and loved from across the web). Head down the page for a full list of what’s on in October and take a look at the recipes that have been shared this month, and if you’re a blogger then make sure you come and join in 🙂 .
Savoury Sausage & Sage Baked Apples from Lavendar & Lovage
Pork Parsnip & Apple Traybake from Easy Peasy Foodie
Toffee Apple Gingerbread Loaf from Domestic Gothess
Apple Crumble Flapjacks from Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen
Baked Apple Oat Crumble from Hijacked by Twins
Sussex Blackberry & Apple Crumble from Jess & Josh Cook
Pippin Pie from Sneaky Veg
Caramelised Apple Pancakes with Maple Date Butter from How to Cook Good Food
Bramley Apple Breakfast Pancakes from Easy Peasy Foodie
Little Apple Cupcakes from Family Friends Food
Apple Cake from Le Coin De Mel
Toffee and Apple Cake from Cherished by Me
Chocolate Apple Pops from Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen
Apple Roses from Only Crumbs Remain
Apple Fritters from Free From Fairy
Apple Crisps from Blue Bear Wood
Apple & Blueberry Spelt Soda Bread from Cherished by Me
Slow Cooker Spiced Apple Butter from Allotment 2 Kitchen
Guernsey Gâche Melée with Butterscotch Sauce from Tales from the Kitchen Shed
Apple Crumble Ice Cream from Domestic Gothess
If you’re after even more apple recipe inspiration then take a look at my Apple Recipes Pinterest board.
What’s on in October?
17 September – 2 October – British Food Fortnight
1 October – Buy British Day
1 October – International Coffee Day
1 October – World Vegetarian Day
3-9 October – National Cake Week
3-9 October – Bramley Apple Pie Week
9 October – International Beer & Pizza Day
7-14 October – National Seafood Week
10 October – World Porridge Day
10-16 October – National Curry Week
10-16 October – Chocolate Week
14 October – World Egg Day
14-16 October – RNLI Fish Supper
16 October – World Food Day
20 October – International Chefs Day
21 October – Apple Day
22 October – National Nut Day
25 October – World Pasta Day
31 October – Halloween
31 October – 4 November – National School Meals Week
31 October – 6 November – British Sausage Week
If you’re tweeting or instagramming about any of these events then don’t forget to use the #TheFoodCalendar hashtag.
Add your recipes to #TheFoodCalendar
If you’re a food blogger than I’d love you to come and share your recipes for the events in the calendar this month.
- Add your post(s) to the linky at the bottom of this page.
- Share a post/picture/thought about any of the events using hashtag #TheFoodCalendar on Twitter and/or Instagram (you can also tag me @CharlotteLK on Twitter and @charlotteslivelykitchen on Instagram if you like).
- Pin your post to my dedicated #TheFoodCalendar Pinterest board – to join the board make sure you’re following me (as it won’t work otherwise) and then leave your Pinterest ID in the comments and I’ll add you.
Once you’ve done that then go and share the love with some of the other bloggers joining in – comment on some of the other links, like/retweet on Twitter, heart/comment on Instagram or Repin some pins from the Pinterest board. I’ll be reading, tweeting and commenting on all the posts shared.
You’re also more that welcome to add the #TheFoodCalendar badge to your posts to let others know all about it (you’ll find the code at the bottom of this post).
By linking up your posts you’re giving me permission to use an image from the post in future roundups (with credit and a link back) and also to share the post with an image on social media. If you don’t want me to do either of these then just let me know in the comments.
Linkup Badge Code
To add the #TheFoodCalendar badge to your post, simply copy the code below into the text editor of your post (any problems, let me know and I’ll do my best to help).
Before I go…
I’ve been busy adding new events into the calendar so make sure you take a look and see what’s new.