Ready to dig out your favorite fall sweater? We are. We’re also ready to turn on the oven. Sweater weather is the perfect time to enjoy hearty and flavorful dishes that fill your home with inviting aromas. Here are some of our favorite recipes.
Fall is the perfect time to get out the waffle iron to make these hearty pumpkin spice waffles. Pick your own apples? Keep a batch of these apple cider doughnuts on hand for an easy breakfast. A savory school day option is individual sausage casseroles. Got a busy Saturday planned? Start with baked pumpkin oatmeal.
Sweater weather is soup weather, so start the season off right with a bowl of pumpkin soup. Use your slow cooker to whip up some corn chowder. This lentil soup can easily be transported to a potluck dinner or tailgate party. Wow dinner guests with something unusual like this pecan soup.
It’s ‘Chili’ in Here
Who doesn’t love a steaming bowl of beef chili in the fall? For those that prefer a non-tomato-based chili, try this one made with chicken and white beans. Warm up with beef stew instead of chili. A little heat can spice up your fall meal, so serve up some red beans and rice.
Warming Main Dishes
You get all the flavors of fall when you make chipotle-maple chicken thighs with candied acorn squash. Chicken pot pie is an essential fall recipe made easier with refrigerated pie crust. Use your Instant Pot to get a roast on the table in record time. Chicken sausage with fennel and apples? We’re in love.
Iced tea season is over. Time for a pumpkin spice tea latte. Spice up hot chocolate to feel toasty inside and out. Grownups will love this spiked apple cider. Ditch the classic hot toddy in favor of one made with apple brandy.
The best desserts are fall desserts. Change up your crisp act by using pears instead of apples. Do you know what we’re thinking? Pumpkin bars. Kids will love these baked apples. End an elegant dinner with this sophisticated pumpkin-gingersnap tiramisu.