Fall Recipes

Monday, September 17, 2012

This would be much more appropriate for a facebook page if I had one for this blog, but I digress. With the cooler temps, I'm jonesing for some good fall cooking! The more savory the better.

About the only certified legit fall recipe I have is for pumpkin bars. I stake my reputation in the kitchen on them, so I'm set in that regards.

For all other fields, please share with me your favorite fall recipes!

Much obliged!


The Conway's said...

Try a pumpkin roll...delicious!

Megan said...

Ditto on the pumpkin roll! And now, I want a pumpkin bar. :)

Do you like soup? I have an amazing recipe I can email you, if so!

Unknown said...

Oohh, a few years ago I stumbled across an apple muffin recipe that is just to die for. It's been an annual recipe in our home ever since. I'll have to find it and send it on over to you. I just remember one of the ingredients was yogurt which makes them so incredibly moist and yummy. Topped with cinnamon and sugar....heavenly! Must find now!

Anonymous said...

pumpkin turkey chili (SO good)
broccoli cheese soup (I think I've seen a crockpot recipe around the interwebs)

Other than that and the occasional hotdish, I'm out.

I'd love for you to share what others suggest!

Chrissy said...

I have a ton in my blog, but my favorite are probably pumpkin cookies with browned butter frosting and pumpkin bread (this one really needs a new picture, but I promise, it's awesome!). Here are the links:



Unknown said...

Hash brown soup and taco soup! They are both WW recipes and they are super filling, make a few servings, and are very delicious! I can send you the recipes if you don't have them = )

Erin said...

I have a ton in my we got fed blog: wegotfed.com/
- there are MANY chili recipes but in particular the "turkey pumpkin chili" is very fall!

We also have lots and lots of soups, which are awesome for fall. One of my faves is the potato leek soup.

I love this weather! It's finally appropriate to cook all the comfort food I've been wanting all summer! :)

Sally said...

A simple crockpot dish that I do is chicken and apples. Just cut up a couple of chicken breasts and 5 or 6 apples into bite size pieces. Put in the crockpot. Sprinkle in about 1 tsp. cinnamon and 1/4 tsp. nutmeg. Stir it all up and cook on low for 5 or 6 hours (it could go longer without sacrificing quality).

Jeannie said...

I recently found, I my opinion the best recipe website... plainchicken.com I made a recipe from there last week and it was delish. I think I've printed just about every one :)

Unknown said...

Balsamic & brown sugar pork chops
-pork chops
-4 Tbsp. balsamic vinegar
-4 tsp. brown sugar
-salt & pepper

Salt and pepper both sides of the pork chops and place in glass baking dish. Drizzle balsamic over chops & spread brown sugar into balsamic. Let it marianate for 30 minutes before cooking.

350 for 35 minutes (depending on the size of your pork chops)

Super easy, super good, and under $5 for the whole meal.

DianeTaylor said...

Hi Leah - I just made these and oh my they are soooo good. Not pumpkin but another fav of mine (nutella). The recipe is at this link:


no bake nutella pb cookies - I used old fashioned oats and put them in my food processor for a bit before I mixed them in. I love that they are no-bake - and I made mine without the frangelico liqueur. Enjoy!

W said...

That sounds yummy! My "famous" fall recipe is my crockpot apple cider. 1/2 container of cranberry juice, 1/2 container of apple juice, throw in a couple cinnamon sticks and a few whole cloves and heat on high for 2 hours.


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