This Kale and Apple Salad with Blue Cheese, Maple Glazed Walnuts and balsamic dressing might become your new favorite winter salad.
This Pork Schnitzel Sandwich with Apple Brussels Sprout Slaw is the way you should be eating pork and apples.
If you’re a fan of pumpkin, you need these Pumpkin Cream Cheese Streusel Muffins in your life! They’re perfectly moist, topped with crunchy streusel and have a surprise cream cheese filling.
Light, simple, just one ingredient and so, so good. Make this apple cider sorbet sooner rather than later.
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These Almond and Apple Shortbread Bars are intensely buttery, not too sweet and loaded with apples and almond frangipane. The recipe is almost too easy to be true!
These Pumpkin Lava Cakes are a fall twist on the classic chocolate recipe. They are SO easy, and ready in 20 minutes! They can be made Paleo, so they are gluten, grain and dairy free too.
This Pumpkin and Doughnut French Toast Bake is such an easy breakfast recipe! The french toast casserole gets a fun fall twist with the addition of baked donut holes and pumpkin. Plus, it’s topped with a brown sugar crumb topping.
Cozy up with a bowl of this comforting Apple and Pumpkin Chili featuring some of autumn’s best produce.
These Caramel Apple Rolls are soft and fluffy and filled with the usual cinnamon spiced apples and topped with a caramel cream cheese frosting.
This Instant Pot Bean Soup with Pesto is made with chickpeas and tomatoes. It’s vegetarian friendly, super delicious and cooks up quick in your pressure cooker. Pair it with a glass of wine and your soup night will feel quite special.
Caramel and Pumpkin Poke Cake is an easy fall dessert. It is loaded with pumpkin and sweet caramel and should be brought to every gathering this season.
These Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies are rich, creamy, and full of the best fall flavors.
Crunchy mini pretzels are dipped in sweet caramel and rolled in crushed apple chips to be a delicious fall treat, also known as Caramel Apple Pretzel Bites. These easy-to-make bites make fantastic game day snacks for tailgates and fall parties; they also make a great treat to package and gift for any autumn occasion.
Apples with Bratwurst and Sauerkraut is the ultimate autumn comfort food recipe. The brats are browned in a pan then stewed with sauerkraut, and apple juice. Apple slices are popped in at the end for a touch of sweetness. This traditional German recipe is a about to become a favorite with your family.
This rich and tangy goat cheese panna cotta pairs perfectly with sweet, ripe figs, orange blossom honey and salty, toasted pistachios.
This Cornbread and Sourdough Stuffing with Sausage, Red Onion and Fresh Herbs screams fall comfort food!
Polenta Plum Upside Down Cake is a delicious, Italian-themed confection suitable for both dessert and breakfast. The cake gets great texture from cornmeal.
What’s better than homemade apple cake? Homemade apple snack cake that’s easy enough for after-school weekday baking, and wholesome enough to eat as an afternoon snack.
This Slow Cooker Korean-Style Beef Stew is an easy weeknight dinner recipe with addicting spicy-sweet flavor! Total comfort food.
These oven baked apple donuts are gluten-free, easy to make and smell like fall! They’re made with applesauce, almond flour and loaded with cinnamon.
A unique cookie recipe for you that’s perfect for the late spring and early summer. These Linzer Cookies with Strawberry Rose Jam are sure to impress.
A warming bowl of risotto is just right for this time of the year.
This apple cake is flavored with almond paste, cinnamon and orange zest, and full of apples in every bite. It’s great for both breakfast and dessert.
Just like ones from the donut shop, these glazed, homemade apple fritters are fried, sweet and so, so good.
A perfect fall side, this cider and maple roast squash is soft and sweet on the inside, and crisp and caramelized on the outside.
Caramelized, roasted squash is flavored with curry and tossed with slightly crispy chickpeas, and apple cider vinaigrette and mustard greens to be a stunning fall salad.
This unique and crowd pleasing hoisin gravy recipe is the perfect topper for winter squash, you’ll want to put it on all veggies.
Elevate your butternut squash this season by adding an irresistibly sweet sauce like Hoisin Sauce.
Low and slow is the way to go during on cool fall days. This red wine pot roast with mushrooms and tomatoes is a heavenly, slow cooked entree that requires very little hands on time.
Loaded with a homemade blend of spices, corn, beans and chicken, these slow cooker burrito bowls are so easy to make and perfectly filling and flavorful.
The dough of these baked pumpkin doughnut holes is made with pumpkin puree and rolled in a sweetly spiced cinnamon sugar mix.
They’re rich, decadent and can be made in one bowl. Introducing apple walnut blondies topped with a whiskey caramel sauce, a perfect fall dessert.
It’s officially cider season. Get to your local orchard! Warm or cold, served spiked or used as a protein glaze, check out these perfectly fall recipes featuring cider.
Simple, flavorful pork chops are marinated in herbs and garlic and topped with a tart apple chutney and paired with a red Beaujolais wine. A perfect first recipe for fall.
What is a macaroni and cheese cake? It’s simply one of our favorite foods baked and presented in an impressive way. We’re in!
Cool, fall temperatures are coming. Get cozy with this tender lamb shepherd’s pie.
This ice cream combo is unique, but perfectly paired. Floral cardamom-honey ice cream tastes amazing with roasted plums and salty, pistachio granola.
School is back in session and fall is right around the corner. Cozy up with this easy slow cooker sloppy joe that does all the dinner work for you during the day.
Baked pears are filled with creamy, tangy goat cheese, topped with sweet honey, sprigs of fresh rosemary & pecans for an easy snack or elegant appetizer.
They’re vegan, gluten free and totally stunning. These delicious raw beet ravioli are filled with a super creamy cashew cheese and paired with a red Beaujolais wine. A perfectly elegant fall meal.
It’s no wonder that September is National Mushroom Month. Autumn is here and so are all the funky mushrooms that come with the season. Check out these delicious recipes using fall mushroom.
This Whole30 sweet potato chili with beef is paleo, hearty, and a perfect comfort food for fall, loaded with fiber and protein.
Did you know that sweet potatoes are just as versatile as they are nutritious? Check out these creative vegan ways to eat sweet potatoes, from a pizza crust to a mousse.
A perfect dish for the coming fall, this Mediterranean braised chicken is made with dates and cherries and served with a perfectly fruity Beaujolais red wine.
Cooked with fire in a wheel of cheese to coat the pasta in a creamy layer, this delicious visual rendition of the dish with tomatoes and pork will have your mouth watering.
Hearty buckwheat noodles are filled with vibrant beet greens, buffalo ricotta, and topped with garlic lime butter. This meal takes a moment longer to make homemade dough, but it is worth it.
Enjoy warming your hands with a hot bowl of comforting chicken broth that marries all the classic ingredients of a minestrone.
Chicken Gnocchi Soup is a hearty, filling soup, perfect for warming you up from the inside out.
Porchetta on its own is heavenly, but when you are in Italy be sure to order a porchetta panino con crusta. Watch the video to find out more.
Having a crowd over for Christmas dinner? Satisfy all the sweet tooth cravings with this decadent toffee, pecan, and sweet potato slab pie.
Elevate your pie-making skills this holiday season with this easy-to-follow, made-from-scratch pie crust.
Looking for ways to add a little seasonal flair to your breakfast? Just so happens—it’s pumpkin season, folks. Check out these eight ways to make the most important meal of the day even more fun.
Their “pop-able” nature makes brussels sprouts a prime ingredient for appetizer trays, but there’s so much more to sprouts than that. They’re bite-sized and adorable, sure, but they’re just as delicious deconstructed and loaded into cheesy dips or piled atop flatbreads and crostini. Check out these 10 fun ways to work them into your holiday lineup.
Stray from the traditional and add mushrooms to spaghetti bolognese for additional umami flavor.
Ground almonds and a rich meringue make for delicious gluten-free cookies along side a cappuccino.
When comforting foods can get too rich to eat, try this warm superbowl of marinated pumpkin quinoa and pomegranate salad.
Make this salted caramel pumpkin cake the dessert centerpiece on your holiday table.
These baked pumpkin doughnuts are so moist and flavorful, you won’t miss their fried counterpart. These are perfect for the season and so simple to prepare
It’s that time of year again – when steaming hot, creamy risottos become an essential part of dinnertimes. This mushroom and thyme risotto is a classic – and it’s super easy. Happy Meatless Monday!