Autumn Recipe Round-up

Oct 24, 2022

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Autumn Recipe Round-up

autumn recipes

I get that cozy, comforting feeling this time of year as the temperatures drop, the leaves start to turn, and I find myself craving to be in the kitchen more and more with warming recipes.

While I’m not a huge pumpkin-flavored person, I do love a good recipe that incorporates the fall flavors I know and love: maple, sweet potato, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, and allspice.

Over the years, I’ve saved several that I’ve tried, tasted, and made over and over again – if you’re looking for a new fall treat or meal to make this week, this post is for you. 

Here’s my round-up of my favorite autumn-inspired dishes. Let’s jump in!

Pumple Maple Pecan Granola

This is my all-time favorite recipe for granola – it’s easy, requires only a few ingredients (most I usually have on hand or can easily grab at the grocery store), and it’s so dang delicious! It also keeps well for several weeks, which I appreciate (though it’s rare that there is any left, even a week after I make it!)

Pumpkin Bread with Salted Maple Butter

My favorite quote from Molly Baz goes something like this: “Pumpkin bread is actually pumpkin cake. People are just fooling themselves.” This recipe is so delicious: with its olive oil base, it’s super moist, and the fresh spices really take it up a level. Don’t skimp on that salted maple butter, either! Note: To make this gluten-free, I usually use King Arthur’s 1:1 Flour.

No Bean Turkey + Sweet Potato Chili

There are few weeks that go by from September-December when I’m not making this recipe! It’s quick, and easy and makes for a great meal to share with friends and family. It’s always a crowd-pleaser!

Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour

I *love*  a whiskey sour, and this recipe adds a little twist for fall. 

Saffron Risotto with Butternut Squash

For a go-to comforting fall dish – this recipe is your friend. It’s also the perfect entertaining dish and would pair really beautifully with an arugula salad and Illahe’s 2021 Pinot Gris.

If you enjoyed this post, read 4 Soups You’ll Want to Make this Season

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