Fall Recipes You’re Going to Love

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“People who love to eat are always the best people.” – Julia Child

Julia is right! People who love to eat are the best and in second place are the people who love to cook! 

If you’re someone who spends lots of time in the kitchen, you’re probably always finding new and interesting recipes to try – no matter the season. But when fall rolls around, there’s a whole host of fresh seasonal ingredients that make cooking exciting.

And even if you’re not someone who spends a lot of time in the kitchen, you may enjoy the flavors of fall and occasionally whipping up a new dish. 

With that being said, here are some new recipes you can try that take advantage of autumn’s harvest.

  • Roasted Butternut Squash Soup: Now that the temperatures are starting to drop, soups can make their way back onto your menu. Roasted Butternut Squash Soup is both rich and creamy and sweet and savory – which means it’s everything you love in a bowl.
  • Pumpkin Risotto: Sure, pumpkin spice lattes get all of the press when fall returns, but pumpkin is great in more than just your coffee. This risotto is made like the Italian classic but has you adding a homemade pumpkin puree. And the shaved parmesan at the end adds the perfect amount of saltiness.
  • Cinnamon Apple Muffins: Do you love a good muffin in the morning? After all, they’re a great portable breakfast when you need to get out the door in a hurry – and this recipe is no exception! The cinnamon-sugar topping adds a light crunch that is delicious.
  • Stuffed Acorn Squash with Sausage and Apples: You may never have thought about stuffing acorn squash, but you need to give it a try. This recipe makes stuffing from turkey sausage, apples, farro, and a couple of other ingredients – it’s not only tasty but healthy, too!
  • Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon: Do you need a side dish to go with your favorite protein? How about Brussels sprouts? Before you say, “No…I don’t like Brussels sprouts,” – give this recipe a try. Made with bacon, garlic, and a balsamic glaze, you may find yourself jumping on the Brussels sprouts bandwagon.
  • Sarah’s Applesauce: Yes, you can easily buy applesauce in the grocery store, but if you’re heading to the orchards for a fall outing – pick up some apples and try making your own. It’s so simple – and so yummy – and incredibly easy to do. You may never buy it pre-made again.
  • Pork Loin Stuffed with Pumpkin and Sausage: This keto-friendly recipe makes for a great dinner when the weather turns cold. It’s packed with fall flavors, and the addition of pork sausage and chorizo just rounds out the dish.
  • Loaded Sweet Potato Skins: Planning on watching the big game? Need a snack? Then give these Loaded Sweet Potato Skins a try. This has all of the fixings of your favorite traditional potato skins, but you’ll enjoy the change-up of a sweet potato “boat” to serve them in.
  • Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Pumpkin Hummus: Hummus is a great snack, and this one from Pinch of Yum is ideal for fall. It’s a nice balance of sweet and savory and can be served with vegetables, pita chips, pretzels, or tortilla chips.
  • Creamed Spaghetti Squash with Browned Butter Walnuts: Raise your hand if you’re a fan of spaghetti squash? Or, raise your hand if you’re willing to give it a try! Then you need to give this recipe a go. It is buttery, salty, and has just a pinch of sweetness and makes for a great side dish or even a meal. 

So, what’s on your fall menu? What flavors are you going to experiment with? Try one of these recipes and enjoy all that autumn has to offer.

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