Fall Recipe Roundup

by Rose Pecci

I hope you’re ready for a list of the ultimate comfort foods, because that’s what this Fall Recipe Roundup is all about! I feel like fall is always so short, but these recipes will allow you to savor the season. Some things you should definitely have on hand for this lovely season are apples, canned pumpkin and cinnamon, SO MUCH CINNAMON!! Fall is all about eating and getting ready for winter hibernation. Wait…humans do that too, right?? Anyways, here’s a list of my all-time favorite fall eats that never fail to make me feel all warm and cozy inside.

Beef & Pumpkin Crescent Bake

Closeup of Beef and pumpkin crescent bake on a plate.

Around this time of year, there is no shortage of sweet pumpkin recipes. I’m not complaining about that at all, but wouldn’t you like a savory pumpkin recipe too?? 

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Smoked Pumpkin Pie with Eggnog Whipped Cream

Slice of smoked pumpkin pie with eggnog whipped cream on a plate.

Fall is all about warm flavors, brightly colored leaves, and enjoying the nice transition weather before a long, harsh winter. That’s how it is here in New England, at least. As soon as it gets even a little bit cold I like to fire up the wood stove and claim a spot right in front of it, preferably with a generous piece of this Smoked Pumpkin Pie with Eggnog Whipped Cream.

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Black Walnut Cinnamon Rolls with Brown Butter Cream Cheese Frosting

Pan of Black Walnut Cinnamon Rolls slathered with Brown Butter Cream Cheese Frosting.

These aren’t your average morning cinnamon rolls. The brown butter gives these rolls a rich caramel flavor that is complemented by the black walnuts, which add an exquisite crunch. Make the dough the night before, refrigerate it and pop these babies in the oven first thing in the morning for a sweet cinny breakfast treat.

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Apple Butter Bacon Toast w/ Cheddar & Arugula

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Apple pie, apple crisp, apple sauce…apple butter! The Slow Cooker Apple Butter is a must have for fall breakfasts. This Apple Butter Bacon Toast takes under 10 minutes to make but seems like a sophisticated dish you’d order at a cute little cafe on a crisp autumn morning.

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  • Sliced sourdough
  • Apple butter (5lbs apples, apple pie spice, brown sugar)
  • Black Forrest Bacon
  • Arugula
  • Sharp cheddar cheese, shredded

AirCrisp Apple Butter Donuts

Bag of fresh AirCrisp Apple Butter Donuts.

Didn’t I tell you my Slow Cooker Apple Butter would be essential for your fall dishes? Once your local apple orchards stop making cider donuts for the season, these will keep you going into the winter.

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Chouriço Pumpkin Chili Bowls w/ Spicy Cornbread

Chouriço Pumpkin Chili Bowls with Spicy Cornbread muffins on the side.

Chili and cornbread is something I can picture myself eating next to a big fireplace while a blizzard rages outside. That’s probably because usually when it snows I take that as an opportunity to make this warm, cozy dish. I love crumbling up my cornbread and putting it on top of my chili, and I highly recommend doing that if you never have before, it’ll change your life.

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Fall Harvest Quinoa Salad

Fall Harvest Quinoa Salad in a serving bowl.

A delicious superfood salad full of fall veggies. This is not like any “healthy” salad you’ve had before, it’s packed with flavor! Who knew something healthy could actually taste good?? This Fall Harvest Quinoa Salad contains not one, but TWO different types of squash.

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Sheet Pan Pop Tart with Pumpkin Butter and Maple Bacon Glaze

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Sweet and salty come together in this unconventionally-flavored homemade breakfast treat. These pop tarts are everything you’d want in a fall breakfast: bacon, maple, pumpkin, do I need to say more? Reminiscing about childhood mornings filled with munching on hot breakfast pastries straight out of the toaster…

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Lastly, if you make this Fall Recipe Roundup, be sure to leave a comment! Above all, I love to hear from ya’ll and do my best to respond to every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to snap a pic and tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of your dayyyummm good recreations is my favorite!

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