Easy Fall Recipes To Keep The Whole Family Warm
Posted October 9th, 2017 in Community
When the weather cools off and the leaves start to turn, you know it’s time to start experimenting with fall recipes. Recipes featuring fall’s heartier root vegetables, more durable fruits and richer, smoother flavors.
With the changing season, here are some delicious fall recipes to try out.
Let’s start with soups.
Nothing screams “fall!” quite like soups. Whether you make these a first course or the main event is up to you, but these incredible recipes will almost certainly call for seconds.
Because what’s easier than slow cooker recipes? This corn chowder recipe can be prepped in just 15 minutes.
This might be easier than a slow cooker recipe. All the flavors of a great taco in a wonderful, warm soup. Pot to table in 15 minutes.
This recipe takes a bit more time, but it’s well worth the effort. This is the kind of soup that will make you look like a culinary master (without you having to actually be one).
For an under-an-hour dinner to warm you up in every way, this spicy chili recipe is sure to please the whole family.
Dinners you’ll make again and again
Fall schedules can get a little hectic, with back to school, new activities starting up, and work schedules exploding. These dinners are so easy, you’ll want to make them all the time.
Dump, toss, bake.
Again – what’s easier than a slow cooker recipe? You can even make the meatballs the night before, and set the slow cooker in the morning before work.
Why didn’t we think of this before? With the aid of your microwave, you’ll have dinner on the table in under 45 minutes.
Creamy, delicious and easy on the dishwasher. Enjoy!
Don’t Forget Dessert!
As if you could. There is nothing better than fall desserts. Don’t believe us? Try out these recipes. We bet you’ll change your mind.
Think you don’t like pumpkin pie? Think again. Seriously.
This combines several of the best fruits fall has to offer, and can be made using fresh or frozen ingredients.
In case cinnamon rolls weren’t addictive enough on their own, go ahead and add apples to them. And then some salted caramel. Whoa.
This recipe is easier than it sounds, but even more delicious. Go ahead and add a scoop of ice cream on top. We’re not here to judge.
Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or just looking for easy, family-friendly meals, fall is a great time to try some new things and spend some time in the kitchen!