Fun Fall Recipes Roundup

Looks for some fun fall treats to make?  You’re in luck!  I’ve assembled a list of great options for you.

You may notice a few of these are recipes that I’ve shared here before, while thers are new to me recipes that I found browsing other local Ohio blogs.

Pumpkin Recipes

Pumpkin Molasses French Toast Sticks – These look like a delicious way to start the morning.  I’m a huge fan of molasses cookies and am really looking forward to trying the molasses and pumpkin flavor combination.

Cinnamon Spiked Pumpkin Pancakes – Another fantastic breakfast recipe that’s also safe for those with gluten and dairy allergies.  And if you or someone you know has food allergies, you’ll definitely want to head over to check out the other recipes at The Culinary Artist.

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Drop Cookies with Cinnamon Frosting – The pumpkin, chocolate and cinnamon combination sounds delicious.  I can’t wait to try these.

Pumpkin Butterscotch Drop Cookies – I like the addition of the Pumpkin Spiced Hershey’s Kiss on these cookies.  I didn’t even know they made that flavor.   

Homemade Pumpkin Chai Tea – Here’s a delicious fall beverage.  I’ve made it using both decaf and regular instant tea and the results are delicious either way.

Apple Recipes

Homemade Crockpot Applesauce – This recipe is so simple and delicious.  Every fall I make enough to can and we enjoy it all year long.  I can’t stress how easy it is to make, and how much better it is than store bought applesauce.

Mini Apple Pies – Use muffin tins to make the perfect portion of apple pie.  These would be a great mini treat for kids.

Apple Cream Cheese Quick Bread – Simple and easy quick bread that tastes like a cheese danish.  This wouldn’t last long at my house.

Apple Strudel – Simple to make and freezer friendly.  Sounds good to me!

Gourmet Caramel Apples – We used this recipe when we made caramel apples this year and it turned out delicious.

 

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