Alright, it’s official – today is FALL! Yes, today is the first official day of fall and I’m here to share my fall recipe round up with y’all. I’ve gone through my old blog posts and some awesome pins on Pinterest to bring you some great recipes for fall. Some will satisfy your sweet tooth and others will help you with healthy meal prep.
Some of these recipes I dug up from years ago. Please excuse terrible photos and odd formatting. I’m working on getting them updated as I go along. I honestly forgot I had some of them until I searched. It’s fun digging up old content!
Others are recipes that I found on Pinterest and couldn’t resist sharing. Most of them I’ve tried, but there are a couple on my to bake list this fall. Now let’s dive into this fall recipe round up! Take a look and let me know which recipes you must try.
For Your Sweet Tooth
I’m a sucker for sweets, so I’m going to start with all the tasty treats.
Salted Caramel Sugar Cookies Recipe by Julie Blanner
Easy Apple Crisp by Cooking for Keeps
Apple Pie Cupcakes by When Cooking
Pumpkin Pie Crescents by Spend with Pennies
I hope that these are able to satisfy your sweet tooth. As you can see, I’m a huge fan of pumpkin, but I love apples, cinnamon and salted caramel as well. All of these flavors scream fall and would be perfect at a weekend tailgate, moms night out or Friendsgiving!
For Your Weekly Dinner Prep
I don’t know about y’all, but as soon as fall starts rolling in, I crave warm, hearty meals at dinnertime. Bring on the soups, casseroles and chilis. Bonus points if it can be made in one pot, pan or the crock pot!
Crock Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup by Dash of Sanity
3 Bean Turkey Crock Pot Chili by Skinny Taste
Slow Cooker Chicken Pot Pie by Pip & Ebby
Instant Pot Pot Roast by Dear Chrissy
If you’re wanting to start meal prepping and planning easy meals to cook for the family this fall, I recommend checking out this post I wrote a few months back. It will give you tips on how to start a rough meal plan and you can add some of these tasty dinners to your weekly rotation!
Fall is the start of football season and the gateway to the holidays, so let’s get cooking!