7 Fall Recipes We Love for the 2021 Season



 

As the air starts to get crisp and the leaves begin to change, we all start to get in the spirit of the season of autumn. The best part of the season is the different tastes! From fresh apples to spicy butternut squash, here are 7 fall recipes that you cannot wait to sink your teeth into.


Apple Spice Baked Oatmeal Cups

Starting off with the most important meal of the day, take those fresh picked apples from the orchard and set yourself up for breakfast for the week with these delicious oatmeal cups.

Turkey Apple Cheddar Sandwich

Ready to have a lunch that is not only tasty but quick to put together? This turkey apple cheddar sandwich is packed with flavor and won’t let those extra apples you picked at the orchard go to waste!


Baked Potato Soup

This baked potato soup is perfect for those chilly days where you want to just snuggle up on the couch and watch Halloween movies. This soup features everything comfort such as bacon, cheese and of course, potatoes!


Feel-Good Fall Salad

This salad gives all the fall feel-goods with sweet potatoes, nuts, and avocado. It will keep you feeling energized and satisfied. The salad takes some prep with the sweet potatoes, but we think it is definitely worth the wait.


Fall Harvest Sheet Pan

It doesn’t get better than only having to use one pan to cook! This recipe is full of flavor, nutrients and is ready in just under an hour. Feel free to customize the recipe by serving over quinoa or a fresh salad.


Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Nothing says fall like a beautiful bright orange soup. With four different spices throughout each spoonful, this roasted butternut squash soup is sure to warm you up on a cold and rainy night.


Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies

Saving the best for last, of course we could not forget dessert! You can only have pumpkin pie and whipped cream so many times. Switch up the tradition with these pumpkin spice chocolate chip cookies. Soft, yummy, and ready in 25 minutes, these cookies are perfect for the season.


Fall doesn’t last for long, be sure to enjoy these recipes while the leaves are still in foliage!

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