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Extra Apples? Check Out Our “In-cider” Scoop for Maximizing Your Energy this Fall

There’s no better time to fall in love with natural gas than during autumn. As temperatures begin to drop along with the leaves, we’ve shifted our weekend activities to apple picking, visiting pumpkin patches and ordering beverages with lots of festive spices. All of these seasonal activities offer opportunities to enjoy the benefits of cooking with natural gas. Whether you’re learning to make your grandmother’s prized apple doughnuts for the first time, roasting pumpkin seeds after a friendly carving contest or brewing up a spiced chai latte on top of the stove, the benefits of even and consistent natural gas cooking offer countless rewards.

If you’ve recently gone apple picking and find yourself with an abundance of apples, not a problem! We’ve got ideas for making something delicious while taking full advantage of your natural gas stove and oven. And while trying a new recipe can be a little intimidating and sometimes confusing, knowing that cooking with your natural gas stove and oven helps provide you with an estimated $900 in annual savings certainly sweetens the pot.

Whether you have friends and family coming over for a fun gathering or you’re planning a relaxing night in, here are some ideas for making good use of those extra apples:

Apple Doughnuts

Check out this “easy” recipe developed by Tasty for delicious apple doughnuts that perfectly pair with a cup of coffee or a dollop of ice cream!

Apple Dumplings

If you’ve never had apple dumplings, these are a must-try this fall. Here’s a recipe by The Pioneer Woman that is sure to become a family favorite.

Baked Apples

For a quick and indulgent treat, this Southern Living recipe for baked apples is the way to go. As an added bonus, your home is sure to smell amazing!