Fall Recipes – 6 Simple, Delicious, Toasty Recipes for Fall


If you’re anything like me, this time of year you start to crave comfort foods. Anything warm, or with hints of cinnamon and nutmeg, the flavors of pumpkin and apple, hearty soups and drinks that will keep me toasty are on my list of fall recipes. And if I can make them at home, from scratch, even better. Fall is my favorite time of year to fill the house with sweet scents. I’ve compiled six of my favorite, delicious fall recipes from myself and a few friends to share with all of you. Enjoy!


Fall Recipes 

Baked Pears // These are a fabulous fall dessert. The recipe is so simple, you might even have everything in your cupboards to make them and they’re rather healthy as well. Eat them on their own or chop them up and toss them on yogurt or vanilla ice cream.


Soul Soup // Again, a simple but tasty recipe, this time for the perfect fall soup. Add in any vegetables that you’d like to make it your own.


Cinnamon Swirl Bread // A fabulous, slightly sweet bread with a cinnamon swirl. This may be the easiest bread recipe you’ll ever make. CINNAMON SWIRL BREAD

Pumpkin Ice Cream // No ice cream making machine needed! Just a few ingredients and a freezer are all you need to make this fabulous, creamy fall recipe for Pumpkin Ice Cream.PUMPKIN ICE CREAM - SIMPLE RECIPE

Rosemary Roasted Sweet Potatoes // Does anything say fall recipe quite like Rosemary Roasted Sweet Potatoes? Possibly not. Imagine the warm, sweet flavors combined with the earthy, delicious flavor of rosemary. Now, go make these. Yum!ROSEMARY ROASTED SWEET POTATOES

Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer // If you’re a Pumpkin Spice latte fan, you’ll want to try this simple and clean recipe for Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer. 4 ingredients in a blender is all you need for this tasty fall recipe. CLEAN & SIMPLE PUMPKIN SPICE COFFEE CREAMER

Now you’ve got 6 new recipes to try this fall!

Which will you start with? What are your favorite recipes for fall?



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