Fall Recipes- My Favorites

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Fall Recipes are my favorite. They always bring feelings of comfort and warmth. It is just getting that chill in the air and you come in the house rubbing your hands together and smell the smell of familiar food. I have a bunch of favorite fall recipes I would love to share with you. I actually miss these kinds of posts. I used to do them a lot when Dishin’ was first started. I know they didn’t get as many views as the giveaways and reviews do but they were fun *squee* I sincerely hope you will enjoy these recipes. I found them all over the net. I hope there is some you haven’t yet seen.

Fall Recipes- Appetizers:

When I think about Fall appetizers I always think of rich and savory little bites of food. Here are some of my favorite fall recipes. I use some of them around Christmas and Thanksgiving, others just for a snack!

Stuffed Mushrooms

Crispy Marinated Mozzerella

Hanky Pankies

Bacon Pinwheels

Beer Cheese and Buffalo Chicken Dip  ( this is one of my favorite blogs of all time. she has such great stuff!)

 

Fall Recipes- Breakfasts:

Fall breakfasts are definitely hearty. You need all that goodness to take the chill off and start your day! I love these fall recipes for breakfast. They are great for those family Saturday mornings when you don’t have to rush to work or meet the school bus!

Baked French Toast with Maple and Praline ( WARNING! WARNING! Do not make this if you are on a diet. You will not be able to stop at one serving!)

Bacon and Corn Griddle Pancakes- ( Yeah, same blogger. Another one of my favorites! )

Breakfast Casserole Muffins

Halloween Breakfast Food ( what adult or kid would not love this?)

Baked Upside Down Apple French Toast

Bacon, Cheddar, and Chives Omelette

Fall Recipes- Lunches:

No these are not brown bag it lunches but lunches that are meant to be shared with family, friends, or that special love in your life. These fall recipes are savory, some are a little sweet, but all of them are delicious!

New England Clam Chowder

Lemon Cashew Chicken Salad

Best Minestrone Soup

Thanksgiving Sandwich with Cranberry Chutney

Fall Recipes- Side Dishes:

Cozy up to a perfect side dish, or maybe even side dishes using one of these great fall recipes! Remember fall recipes doesn’t mean just using fall ingredients. It also means savory, comforting, and delish!

 Baked Butternut Squash Chunks with Cranberries

Baked Eggplant Casseroles with Tomato and Mozerella Slices

Potato and Bacon Casserole ( this can also be used for breakfast! Love duo meals!)

 Hunters Carrots

Brussels Sprouts Sauteed with Walnuts

Fall Recipes- Dinners:

Like I have said Fall is my favorite time of year. The weather is cooler, the holidays are gearing up, and it doesn’t get any better than sitting down with your family and enjoying a great dinner from one of these fall recipes.

Emily’s Butternut Squash and Black Bean Chili in Pumpkin Bowls

Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie

Sausage Kale Potato Casserole

Roasted Chicken Thighs with Fall Fruit Salsa ( The fruit salsa in this recipe took me a minute to figure out. I wasn’t sure if I liked it or not. However, the chicken was divine, we omitted the jalapeno, I am not a huge fan of spicy )

 Jammin Jerk Chicken 

Old Bay Friend Chicken ( straight from Maryland, one of the best fried chicken recipes you will ever taste, second only to my mothers, which you can find here: Nana’s Southern Fried Chicken )

Fall Recipes- Desserts:

Streusel Topped Apple Cheesecake Bars

Caramel-Pecan Bars

Easy Buttermilk Donuts

Easy Pear Crisp

Caramel Apple Cheesecake

What are some of your favorite fall recipes? I have been on the internet practically as long as it has been around ( remember the dial up days?) and have had the priviledge of stalking so many blogs. I am sad that some of my favorites from a few years ago are gone. If you would like more recipes please check HERE .

 


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