46 Delicious Recipes to Welcome Fall is a compilation of over 30 food bloggers’ Fall inspired recipes! In the list below, you will find a ton of AMAZING recipes – everything from baked goods full of apples and pumpkins to delectable slow cooker recipes to warm your soul on cool Fall days! In addition, in this article for 46 Delicious Recipes to Welcome Fall, you will get a chance to see what every one is cooking this season! Take a look below and feast your eyes on some delicious eats!
46 DELICIOUS RECIPES TO WELCOME FALL!
“This recipe is one of those recipes that truly WOW your taste buds. These apple cider cinnamon rolls have a super soft and buttery taste with a jammy apple filling. Then the frosting on top is simply to die for. It’s creamy and sweet and with the browned butter and cream cheese – you honestly can’y go wrong!” For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Kitchen sink cookies are called such because they contain eclectic mix-ins that you might not otherwise combine. Sweet meets salty. Crunchy meets chewy. They have layers of flavor, unique texture, and are also sometimes called “everything but the kitchen sink” cookies. Panera’s kitchen sink cookies have become extremely popular, but I think mine are even better. These pumpkin kitchen sink cookies are perfectly seasonal and it’s really hard to eat just one of them!” … For more on this recipe CLICK HERE.
“The star of this autumn salad is sliced delicata squash, which gets roasted until crispy and beautifully caramelized then laid on top of all the other yummy seasonal ingredients listed below.” … For this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“I apologize in advance for you and everyone you love getting hooked on harvest banana bread this fall and beyond. This banana bread is perfectly moist, lightly sweet, and full of delicious mix-ins that provides bursts of fruity, crunchy, and nutty goodness that make it the best harvest banana bread you’ve ever tasted. And it’s, wait for it, vegan.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
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“Warm, delicious and comforting; simple creamy vegan gluten-free mushroom stroganoff. As far as comfort foods go; creamy, noodley and warm is the way to go and also quick and easy. This stroganoff recipe is really simple to make, has very few ingredients and is absolutely filling.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“This homemade crockpot chili is one of my all time favorite go to recipes for my family. Especially during fall and winter. Chili is one of the crowd pleasing comfort foods you can’t ever go wrong making. There’s something about a tomato based red sauce that is hearty and filling.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“This fast and easy bacon cheeseburger soup comes together in under an hour and is jam-packed with flavor. It’s beefy, cheesy, and topped with favorites – bacon, onion, cheese, jalapeno, tomato, and buttery, garlicky, low-carb/keto-friendly croutons.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Folks, you know I am all about meals that are affordable and easy to make, but still taste amazing. And this Slow Cooker Pasta with Tuscan chicken checks aaalllll the boxes. Super flavorful and easy to make in just one pot. Yeap, I’ve found my new favorite dinner recipe.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Slow Cooker Weight Watchers Turkey Chili is a delicious Weight Watchers turkey chili recipe that can be easily made in your slow cooker or on the stove top. It’s a zero Weight Watchers points dish that the whole family will love! Suitable for Gluten Free diets.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Fall is really, really here, which means apples are at their peak right. I want to share my Apple-Cranberry Dumplings recipe- made with my homemade Puff Pastry– with you to celebrate. While you can use store-bought puff pastry” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“These Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins are the perfect fall treat as well as a great sweet treat during the holiday season! Let’s be honest, anytime you want something sweet!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“The inspiration for this recipe came from Veggietales. You know, the show where kid’s Bible stories are played out by talking produce? I seriously sat there once watching and thought, “I wonder what Jimmy and Jerry Gourd would taste like roasted with some sage.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“If you have been around Black Girls Who Brunch for awhile you know I LOVE all things Sweet Potato! This love honestly grew out of watching my pinterest feed fill up with pumpkin spice recipes every fall. As I scroll all of the pumpkin recipes I imagine upgrading them with sweet potato instead” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Sweet potato pie is the only dessert I HAVE to have at Thanksgiving. My Grandma made the best sweet potato pie, and nothing will come close, but this is my attempt. This recipe is inspired by the famous Patti Labelle sweet potato pie recipe. I love the “black-bottom” technique that makes Patti Pies” so famous, and when you combine that with brown butter you’ll get my favorite sweet potato pie recipe ever!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“This banana bread might be as close as I get to posting a pumpkin/festive recipe. I’m not a fall Grinch by any means, I love the whole season.. I’m just not a big fan of pumpkin flavored stuff itself.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“There’s a little bit of work that goes into these Pumpkin Gingerbread Trifles. Mainly that means making a homemade cake + icing. You’re golden after that because the rest is literally assembly. The trifle first starts with a homemade, vegan pumpkin cake. Let it cool, as you do with cakes, and top it with a homemade maple icing. After that, you layer cake pieces in your preferred dish, and finish it off with ginger snaps + vegan whipped cream.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“I really love making homemade granola because you get to control the ingredients and you can also have fun coming up with different flavor combinations like this pumpkin spice granola. Rest assured you are going to want to keep a batch of this granola on hand throughout the fall and winter months” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“This Brown Sugar Sweet Potato Cornbread recipe has all of the components of a southern cornbread. I’ve added mashed sweet potato for a tasty twist and brown sugar for a richer sweetness. It has a tender and moist crumb with the sweetness is not too overpowering. I like to serve it hot with a generous smearing of molasses butter.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“My sweet potato praline sour cream pound cake recipe is a true 1:1:1:1 ratio pound cake with sweet potato in the batter. The maple pecan praline sauce is rich and buttery goodness. It’s one of my most popular recipes on the blog and social media.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Roasted Sweet Potatoes & Brussels Sprouts with Honey-Balsamic Glaze is the perfect side dish for any occasion. Perfectly roasted and slightly charred sweet potatoes and Brussels sprouts tossed in a sweet and tangy glaze — this recipe certainly takes your typical roasted veggies up a notch!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Unbelievably Moist Sweet Potato Muffins made from scratch that combine two layers to create one of the best muffins you’ve ever enjoyed. Perfect as a grab and go breakfast or an anytime snack!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“You are going to fall in love with fall-inspired apple cider caramel sauce. Drizzle on cakes, ice cream, or even use as a dip. No matter what, you can’t go wrong!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Use your favorite wine for this bubbly, fun, perfectly autumn apple cider sangria! With fresh Honeycrisp apples, pomegranates, fresh and sparkling cider, cinnamon, a splash of citrus, and plenty of alcohol, apple cider sangria the perfect drink for your comfy fall evenings and holiday get-togethers.” … Fore more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
46 DELICIOUS RECIPES TO WElcome fall!
“My pumpkin bread is legendary, but let me introduce you to the wonders of pumpkin sheet cake: moist, fluffy, perfectly pumpkin-y, it’s the epitome of fall baking. Especially with kids! It’s a simple ‘1-2-3’ type of recipe that only requires a hand mixer for the frosting so it’s great for the littles and older kids to get involved with mixing and pouring.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Sweet Potato Casserole is inspired by Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse with a decadent sweet potato filling and crunchy brown sugar streusel topping. It’s a fantastic autumn and holiday dish that is comforting, sweet, and full of flavor. Serve up this Thanksgiving dish with an amazing” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
” have to dedicate this drink to my good friend Bass who recently moved back to Melbourne and I miss her so much! We constructed this drink during a playdate with our girls (no kids were harmed or forgotten during the construction of this recipe:) and it was so good and we shared memories that day I’ll never forget.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“This spatchcock turkey recipe is the perfect way to cook a juicy, tender, flavorful turkey in a fraction of the time it usually takes to cook a turkey — only an hour and a half! I also show how to spatchcock the turkey as well as dry brine it so it’s amazingly juicy and full of flavor inside and out with fantastically crisp skin. Absolute holiday perfection!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“If you like crispy cookies (who doesn’t?) you will LOVE these praline pecan cranberry oatmeal cookies! The crispy, crunchy edges full of buttery, caramelized flavor is fantastic. Also the warm cinnamony oatmeal texture pairs so well with the tart cranberries. This recipe for oatmeal cranberry pecan cookies will knock your socks off!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
30. Bourbon & Orange Cranberry Sauce by her mise en place
“This remix on cranberry sauce includes very southern ingredients such as Kentucky bourbon, sorghum, and brown sugar.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Sweet and buttery, this sweet potato casserole is sure to become a family tradition.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“It’s officially October and there’s a hint of fall weather in the air. The stores are lined with tons of fresh apples and apple cider is like everywhere now. This is by far my favorite time of year because I love creating fall desserts, especially anything with apples or apple cider in it… which is why creating these baked apple cider donuts were a no brainer.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“This brown butter pecan cake was inspired by my brother Tony’s birthday today! A few of us are having a small, low-key outdoor celebration, but I still wanted him to have a birthday cake! And since his favorite ice cream is butter pecan, I thought he’d enjoy a butter pecan cake! And of course I love baking with brown butter, so there’s brown butter in both the cake AND the icing, adding so much amazing flavor!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Chicken Noodle Soup needs to make its way out of the door! I am not sure why it is coveted as the token soup for when you are sick, but let me tell you, there is a bigger and better soup out there: It is called Coconut Carrot Lentil Soup! This nutrient-dense soup is packed with vitamin C, Vitamin A, antioxidants, and immune-boosting nutrients that can put any cold to shame! ” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
35. APPLE CINNAMON BAKED OATMEAL | VEGAN + GF by good food baddie
“Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal can be made ahead to make your morning routine even easier. This recipe is vegan, gluten-free, and filled with delicious cinnamon apples in every bite! ” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Slow cooked tender chunks of beef, plump tomatoes, hearty vegetables finished in a light tomato cream sauce. This slow cooker beef ragu with reginelle pasta is the perfect meal to warm your soul and belly. With just a few staple ingredients and a little time, this recipe will become a fall favorite!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“With the first day of fall just around the corner I think we are all craving something quintessentially autumn flavored. This fall vegetable soup is perfect for that. Sweet carrots, creamy butternut squash, and full-flavored sweet potatoes team up with the warming spice of cinnamon, cardamon, and turmeric to create a comforting, creamy bowl of vegetable soup that will warm you up from the inside out. It’s the perfect recipe for chilly autumn nights. The best part? It’s healthy, gluten-free, AND vegan! ” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“This Vegan Bourbon Apple Skillet Cake with Chai Drizzle is beyond delicious! It’s the perfect dish for just about every event. Whether it be relaxing at home on a rainy day or celebrating a Birthday, this apple cake is sure to be a crowd pleaser. This Bourbon Apple Cake is chock full of apples in every bite. When pairing apples and bourbon” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“I met a really cool lady on Instagram recently named Gia (@houseshoehostess), who has coined herself as my “instagram mother”. We bonded over our cooking styles, recipes, memes, and of course – food! One day, she was telling me that she learned to cook from her grandmother and that her grandmother would make the most delicious zucchini bread. She asked if I could try to recreate this bread. Having never had her grandmother’s cooking, nor really being a fan of zucchini bread, I of course accepted the challenge” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
40. apple fritter donuts with maple glaze by sweet tea and thyme
“Crisp on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside, and studded with spiced, brown butter apples, these apple fritter donuts are even better than the ones at the bakery!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“This Easy Homemade Vegetable Broth is a STAPLE for Fall + Winter! By using veggie scraps, water, and spices, you’re able to easily make your own broth! Although I’m sure North Texas will get a couple of mid 80 degree days in the next couple of months, there’s no denying that cooler temps are here! Naturally, it’s hard to avoid sickness and germs during this time, so having my own veggie broth to make soups AND drinks on hand, is very helpful!” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“This vegan dish is a great weeknight meal. When you don’t feel like cooking, this is a great option because you dump everything in the slow cooker and it does all of the work! The only part that takes a great deal of effort is dicing the sweet potato” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
Let me ask you a question – What is one of America’s favorite breakfast pastries? I’m not really sure but I do know that mine are cinnamon rolls! With it being Fall, I know one staple affiliated with this season are pumpkins and what better way to combine the two than by making Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls?! I don’t know about y’all but I’m already salivating at the mouth! … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
44. in the beginning by bartender barry
“The fig is known to be the oldest cultivated fruit and can be seen throughout various cultures and religions. Adam and Eve are known for sewing together fig leaves to cover their nakedness after eating the forbidden fruit and Buddha is said to have achieved Bodhi (spiritual enlightenment) after sitting under the Bodhi Tree — a very large and very old sacred fig tree. Hence why we named our cocktail In the Beginning.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
“Beef bourguignon, also called Boeuf Bourguignon or Beef Burgundy, is a classic French beef stew where tougher cuts of beef are slowly braised in red wine and garnished with mushrooms, herbs, carrots, pearl onions, and bacon.” … For more on this recipe, CLICK HERE.
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