Fall Recipe Roundup.

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Hello friends and happy Monday to you!

Fall is finally in full swing around here, and I have to say, it’s my absolute favorite season in the midwest.  The many trees’ leaves are changing colors — from green to gold, orange, and red.  The temperature drops as well as the humidity (which my hair gladly welcomes… but my skin, not so much).

But the thing I probably love most about this season is how much my cooking style changes.  In the warmer months, I try to cut down my use of the oven because it heats up the house so much.  And even though Crock Pot cooking is a smart option, my family and I usually aren’t in the mood for warm soups and stews when it’s so sticky and hot outside.  I try to make quick and easy meals during the summer — tacos and salads are a staple around here.  We’re also big fans of grilling (YUM!).

Below is a list of my favorite fall recipes (which I intend to add to this season) that can be prepared for a special occasion or just everyday.  There are some really warm and comforting soups as well as some of the yummiest autumnal treats on this list, so I hope it inspires you to get in your kitchen and have some fun.

Have a great day!  Be well and eat deliciously.

  1. Pumpkin Squares with Cream Cheese Frosting
  2. Pumpkin Cake with Brown Butter Frosting
  3. Baked Potato Soup
  4. Apple Cider Doughnuts
  5. Taco Soup
  6. Oatmeal Apple Crisp
  7. Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts with Maple Syrup Glaze
  8. Gluten Free Pecan Pie Bites
  9. Pumpkin Blondies
  10. Butternut Squash Soup
  11. Pumpkin Bread
  12. Vegan Pumpkin Bread
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