best ever fall recipes

by Dr. Damian Shields Published 1 year ago Updated 7 months ago

What are some good fall recipes?

75 Easy Fall Recipes We Crave

  • Enchilada Chicken Soup. ...
  • Pumpkin Spice Bread. ...
  • Apple Spice Waffles. ...
  • Quick Green Beans with Bacon. ...
  • Italian Zucchini Soup. ...
  • Cheesy Hash Brown Bake. ...
  • Pecan Pumpkin Biscuits. ...
  • Broccoli Rice Casserole. ...
  • Hazelnut Mocha Hot Chocolate. ...
  • Sausage and Pancake Casserole. ...

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What is Your Favorite Fall recipe?

  • 12 apples (4 of each kind: honeycrisp, gala, granny smith)
  • 1/2 cup white granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup light brown packed sugar
  • 1 yellow lemon squeeze
  • 4 tbsp honey
  • 1/2 tsp: cinnamon, ginger, allspice, salt, nutmeg
  • 2 tbsp potato starch
  • 2 pie crusts
  • 1 egg (for wash) Instructions
  • Preheat your oven to 425°F

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What are your favorite baking recipes for fall?

If you're spending extra time on fall baking, you shouldn't have to cook dinner, too. These slow cooker recipes make dinner prep soooo easy—and will leave your kitchen smelling wonderful. You're just a timer away from comfort with these easy crockpot ...

What is Your Favorite Fall food?

This Is Your Favorite Fall Drink, Based on Your Zodiac Sign

  • Choosing among tasty fall drinks? ...
  • Aries ( March 21–April 19): Hot Chai Tea. ...
  • Taurus (April 20–May 20): Hot Cocoa with Marshmallows. ...
  • Gemini (May 21–June 20): Asian Pear and Ginger Sparkler. ...
  • Cancer (June 21–July 22): International Coffee Café Vienna. ...
  • Leo (July 23–August 22): Caffè Mocha with Whipped Cream. ...

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What is the #1 comfort food for fall?

Any fall comfort food menu is better with mashed potatoes. The pillowy, fluffy, buttery side dish is a must for the holidays and makes a comforting side dish for almost any fall dinner recipe.

What should I make for fall dinner?

65 Unbelievably Easy Fall Dinner Recipes of 65. Garlic & Herb Turkey Roulade. ... of 65. One-Pan Creamy Chicken & Gnocchi. ... of 65. Slow-Cooker Pork Shoulder. ... of 65. Bacon Harvest Chicken Skillet. ... of 65. Creamy Tuscan Chicken. ... of 65. Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup. ... of 65. Toasted Ravioli. ... of 65. Honey Garlic Glazed Salmon.More items...•

What is the most popular fall food?

Favorite Fall Foods: SWEETBaked Pumpkin Oatmeal. ... Really Good Pumpkin Bread. ... Easy Pumpkin French Toast. ... Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls. ... Pumpkin Pull-Apart Bread. ... Frosted Pumpkin Cookies. ... Pumpkin Cake with Crumb Topping. ... Homemade Apple Strudel.More items...•

What foods are popular in October?

4 Foods That Taste Best In October (Plus Essential Recipes)Apples. Sautéed Apples. Terrific with ham or pork chops, these sweet sautéed apples are also particularly tasty with pancakes or waffles, French toast, and oatmeal. ... Pumpkins. Pumpkin Oatmeal. ... Pears. Pear and Pomegranate Salad. ... Persimmons. Persimmon Cheesecake.

What are some fall comfort foods?

Spicy Pumpkin and Pesto Cheese-Stuffed Shells. ... Apple Pork Chops. ... Chicken Wild Rice Casserole. ... Roasted Butternut Squash Risotto. ... Easy French Onion Soup Casserole. ... Cozy Autumn Wild Rice Soup. ... Brie and Cheddar Apple Beer Soup With Cinnamon Pecan Oat Crumble. ... Crispy Garlic Butter Chicken and Brussels Sprouts.More items...•

What do you eat in autumn?

What foods should we be eating in autumn/winter?Root vegetables: carrots, squash, pumpkin and sweet potato.Whole grains: brown rice, quinoa, oats and millet.Legumes: beans, chickpeas, lentils, soybeans.Green vegetables: broccoli, spinach, kale, celery, rocket and artichokes.More items...•

What do you serve at a fall party?

Fall party foodsChili Bar Party. ... Easy Boston Cream Pie Cookie Bites Recipe | Practically Homemade. ... 7 Layer Taco Dip in Flag Shape - Plain Chicken. ... Best Ever BBQ Chicken Wings Recipe. ... Slow Cooker Drunken Bbq Chicken Wings + Football Party Spread! ... Pumpkin cheesecake bars recipe. ... Chili Pot Pies with Cornbread Crust.More items...

What are fall flavors?

10 Classic Fall Flavors That Are Better Than Pumpkin SpiceApple. There's a reason apple picking is a favorite fall activity. ... Cinnamon. Spicy cinnamon has the perfect flavor for fall, especially when paired with other classics like apple, sugar, or vanilla. ... Salted Caramel. ... Maple. ... Chai. ... Sage. ... Pear. ... Brown Butter.More items...•

What kind of food do you serve at a fall wedding?

Fall Wedding Menu IdeasFilo tarts with spinach, pumpkin and pine nuts.Potato leek soup shooters.Bacon-wrapped dates.Cranberry and brie bites.Sweet potato rounds topped with cheddar and chives.

What meat is best in October?

The game season continues with grouse, guinea fowl, pheasant, venison and wood pigeon all in plentiful supply. It's also now autumn lamb time, and a good time to look for duck and goose.

What meat is seasonal in October?

Meat. Game season continues into October so grouse, guinea fowl, pheasant and wood pigeon are all in plentiful supply while venison is starting to make an appearance. It's also time for autumn lamb which has a beautiful depth of flavour, perfect for Sunday roasts.

What is in season in October?

Winter squashes, like acorn squash, butternut squash and spaghetti squash, are all in peak season. We love to roast winter squashes to bring out their natural sweetness. You can also chop and saute for a delicious one-pot meal, or use spaghetti squash as a delicious pasta substitute.

Chef John's Pumpkin Pancakes

This basic pancake recipe turns into a delicious holiday breakfast simply by adding pumpkin and some fall spices!

Persimmon Bread II

This quick bread has a mild persimmon flavor with a hint of nutmeg. Chopped walnuts add crunch.

Short Ribs Braised with Mushrooms and Tomatoes

The short ribs are slowly braised with easy-to-find dried porcini mushrooms (for real, ask someone at the fancy grocery store and they'll find them for you!) until they turn into a triumph of fork-tender goodness. I love these short ribs over mashed potatoes, but the rich tomato and mushroom gravy is fantastic over soft polenta as well.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are simply seasoned with salt, pepper, and olive oil, then slow-roasted in a very hot oven until darkest brown. They are the perfect combination of sweet and salty, and make for perfect snack leftovers straight from the fridge the next day!

Roasted Beets 'n' Sweets

This is a great autumn or winter side dish, especially for those who like things sweet and salty. The colors are beautiful and make a nice autumn presentation.

Apple Crisp II

Cinnamon-spiced apples are baked with a sweet oat crumble topping in this easy apple crisp. Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Brasato al Barolo - Braised Chuck Roast in Red Wine

Chuck roast is marinated overnight then braised in hearty red wine for hours to render a flavorful and succulent meat. This is a traditional dish from Northern Italy typically served on Sundays. Serve with creamy polenta or mashed potatoes. Don't forget to buy two bottles of the wine so you can enjoy one with the meal!

Twice-Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Hot Honey

This recipe embraces the incredible natural sweetness of sweet potatoes but gives it a spicy edge.

One-Pot Baked Pasta with Sausage and Broccoli Rabe

This weeknight-friendly pasta uses one skillet, one pot, and plenty of cheese.

Aromatic Shrimp and Noodle Medicine Soup

A highly seasoned broth and robust cashew purée add layered flavor to this warming soup.

BA's Best Apple Cider Doughnuts

These sugared doughnuts are craggy and crunchy on the outside, tender and moist on the inside. Apple butter (not sauce!) is key to their texture and flavor; look for it alongside jams and jellies in the supermarket, or at farmers’ markets, or make your own.

Duchess Baked Potatoes

If you’ve ever asked if mashed potatoes can be cooked ahead, the answer is this recipe. The texture is like that of a twice-baked potato.

Salted-Butter Apple Galette with Maple Whipped Cream

This laid-back apple galette got a standing ovation during tastings, thanks to its crisp crust and the ideal sweet-salty balance.

This Insanely Cheesy Corn Casserole Will Get You Through Thanksgiving

The “creamy, cheesy, corn thing" that all Thanksgiving dinner guests are thankful for.

1. Pumpkin Spice Latte

Wonderfully sweet and perfectly spiced: this pumpkin spice latte will give Starbucks a run for its money!

2. Apple Spice Cake

Moist and fluffy cake packed with tender apple chunks. It’s sweet, buttery, warming, and downright amazing. In short, it’s love at first bite.

3. Cranberry Rosemary Chicken

Tender and juicy chicken seasoned with herbs and bursting with tart cranberries? Oh boy, this dish is heaven in a bite.

4. Pumpkin Gnocchi

Fall is also known as pumpkin season, and what better way to celebrate it than with some pasta?

5. Autumn Spice Punch

This autumn spice punch is the best way to warm you up on a cold, rainy day!

6. Scalloped Potatoes and Ham

Potatoes, ham, and cheese: this casserole is the ultimate comfort food! One spoonful can easily turn that frown upside down.

7. Butternut Squash Pizza

Homemade pizza loaded with prosciutto, caramelized onions, three cheeses, and roasted butternut squash. It looks, smells, and tastes amazing. OMG – what a work of art.

Whether you're prepping for or enjoying the coziest season of the year, these savory fall food ideas will add a touch of fall magic to the kitchen table

Whether you're prepping for or enjoying the coziest season of the year, these savory fall food ideas will add a touch of fall magic to the kitchen table.

Herbed Roast Turkey Breast

When learning how to cook turkey breast for my first formal dinner party as a newlywed, I came across this particular recipe. It was such a success that this turkey breast recipe has become a standby on all my entertaining menus. —Lisa Mahon Fluegeman, Cincinnati, Ohio

Chicken Potpie Galette with Cheddar-Thyme Crust

This gorgeous galette takes traditional chicken potpie and gives it a fun open-faced spin. The rich filling and flaky cheddar-flecked crust make it taste so homey. —Elisabeth Larsen, Pleasant Grove, Utah

Easy Butternut Squash Soup

When the weather turns cold, get cozy with a bowl of this butternut squash soup. This recipe is super easy. The cream adds richness, but if you're looking to cut calories, it can be omitted. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Parmesan-Bacon Bubble Bread

When I needed to put some leftover bread dough to good use, I started with a recipe I often use for bubble bread and substituted savory ingredients for the sweet. —Lori McLain, Denton, Texas

Beef Roast Dinner

Because this healthy dish is slow-cooked, you can use less expensive roasts with results as mouthwatering as the more costly cuts. Change up the veggies for variety, nutrition or to suit your tastes!—Sandra Dudley, Bemidji, Minnesota

Tortellini with Sausage and Mascarpone

When I crave Italian comfort food on a busy night and don't have a lot of time to cook, this sausage tortellini skillet recipe is fast and yummy. You can have it on the table in less time than a takeout order. —Gerry Vance, Millbrae, California

Apple Pie by Grandma Ople

With over 13,000 5-star reviews, Grandma Ople's apple pie is one you don't want to miss. This recipe uses Granny Smith apples, so, if you want to cut the tartness, you can add some cinnamon. "Believe the hype. I made this for the first time for a dinner party I had last week — mostly because I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.

Iced Pumpkin Cookies

These soft, cake-like pumpkin cookies are spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves, but you can just use pumpkin pie spice if you prefer. Reviewers say these cookies are delicious with or without icing.

Double Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake

Double the layers mean double the goodness! This cheesecake has a graham cracker crust topped with a layer of plain cheesecake and a layer of pumpkin cheesecake. To simplify this recipe, you can use store-bought crust and pumpkin pie filling since it is already spiced.

Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

Perfect for dipping in your coffee or tea, these tasty biscotti are filled with cranberries and pistachios. Reviewers suggest adding orange zest to increase the cookie's flavor. "This is a wonderful recipe. Italian friends have told me this taste 'just the way biscotti is supposed to taste,'" says reviewer GZJ123.

Paul's Pumpkin Bars

No matter if you like cake-like cookies or cookie bars, these pumpkin bars are the perfect treat. Topped with cream cheese frosting this easy recipe is ready in just 45 minutes. You can make this wow-worthy dessert in a 9x13-inch pan and top with your favorite nuts to add a crunch.

White Chocolate and Cranberry Cookies

Give your chocolate chip cookies a fall-themed upgrade with these White Chocolate and Cranberry Cookies. This recipe follows a traditional chocolate chip cookie recipe but adds white chocolate chips, dried cranberries, and brandy instead of vanilla.

Brown Family's Favorite Pumpkin Pie

What sets the Brown Family's pumpkin pie apart, and the reason it has hundreds of 5-star reviews, is the walnut streusel topping. While the topping is optional, many reviewers love to use it and serve the pie with whipped cream.

Hungarian Goulash

Talk about your heirloom recipes! My grandmother made this Hungarian goulash recipe for my mother when she was a child, and Mom made it for us to enjoy. Paprika and caraway add wonderful flavor and sour cream gives it a creamy richness. It’s simply scrumptious! —Marcia Doyle, Pompano, Florida

Pumpkin-Filled Crescent Rolls

This is an Old World recipe derived from my grandmother, who didn't use traditional measuring cups. We figured out this recipe, which must date back to 1900 or earlier. Other fillings that work well are cranberry, peanut butter or lemon. —Gary Wanosky, North Ridgeville, Ohio

Spiced Upside-Down Apple Pie

My grandma taught me to make this pie when I was 4. Over the years, I've kept it about the same with just a few changes. Flip it out the second it stops bubbling. The glaze makes it look especially delicious. —Francine Bryson, Pickens, South Carolina

Candied Acorn Squash Slices

This acorn squash recipe was passed down to me from my grandma, who always served it at Thanksgiving. Now I make it whenever I'm feeling nostalgic. —Rita Addicks, Weimar, Texas

English Pub Split Pea Soup

This family favorite is the same recipe my grandmother used. Now with the magic of the slow cooker, I can spend 15 minutes putting it together, walk away for five hours, and come back to "soup's on." Finish it with more milk if you like your soup a bit thinner. —Judy Batson, Tampa, Florida

Sweet Potato Coconut Pie with Marshmallow Meringue

My grandmother's sweet potato casserole contains coconut and marshmallows. I thought it would be even better as a pie. —Simone Bazos, Baltimore, Maryland

Black Walnut Cookies

Black walnuts, which have a more distinctive flavor than traditional English walnuts, have a short shelf life. It's best to store them in the freezer. —Doug Black, Conover, North Carolina

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