I think we can all agree that there’s something about fall that makes us want to break out our pots, pans and baking sheets and spend some time in the kitchen. I loved last year’s Fall Recipe Roundup because it married some healthy items with comfort food. This season, I’ve pulled together some of my favorite fall recipes for you that are great for both a family meal at home or a crowd pleasing dish for a group gathering.
If you’re looking for more fall recipes, check out my Pinterest.
We’re starting with breakfast! My mini, protein packed pumpkin waffles are healthy and delicious!
And the kids love them, which is a huge bonus. If you make a big batch like I do, then you can store them in the freezer and pop them in the toaster for a quick fall flavored breakfast all season long.
Chili is always a cold weather favorite, but fall-it-up a little with this pumpkin chili recipe!
I love a hearty bowl of chili when the crisp fall air starts to move in.
Make a big pot, and then have a topping bar with options like sour cream, cheese, tortilla strips, and more for people to customize their own bowls.
What is a must on any Fall Recipe Roundup? Stuffing!
Step up your Thanksgiving stuffing game with this Simple Sausage and Sourdough Stuffing recipe. It is a great mix of salty and sweet and and literally melts in your mouth. Plus it’s so easy to pull together!
It wouldn’t be fall without a few super yummy desserts! Here are a few of my favorites that you’ll probably be seeing on my table this fall.
Pumpkin tends to be a fall favorite, but let’s not forget about apple!
This apple cake is one of my favorites, and the sauce is what really makes it for me.
If you’re in need of a personal gift to give others, you can make three mini bundt cakes from this recipe.
It’s not fall without apple pie! And if you’re going to make a pie, you HAVE to use my Double Pie Crust recipe for the most perfect, buttery crust.
When in doubt, pumpkin is always a good idea! This pumpkin bundt cake is a delicious crown pleaser. Serve it with a hot cup of coffee for breakfast, as a midday snack, or for an after dinner dessert.
Happy cooking / baking! Can’t wait to see what you make!Add to favorites or read later