14 Cozy Fall Recipes + At The Pumpkin Patch
Fall is the very best season for baking. Cozy up with these delicious Autumn treats that (1) taste amazing and (2) will make your house smell better than any scented candle.
These classic Fall recipes are the REAL DEAL and capture all of the amazing flavors of the season. Here is a roundup of all our favorite Fall recipes. P.S. I’ve figured out a way to smuggle in some family pictures at the pumpkin patch this weekend. Enjoy the show! 🙂
Lets start with the Fall Recipes (because a good host doesn’t keep her guests hungry… but wait! I’m making you hungry, aren’t I? :-O). Scroll down to see pictures of our pumpkin patch adventure!
Fall Recipes that prove Fall is the best season for baking!!
#13. Baked Apple Piroshki Recipe. These lightly sweetened buns are billowy soft and filled with a sweet surprise. They always get RAVE REVIEWS and the last time I made them, my sister ate 6 (I won’t admit to how many I wolfed downed myself). Click to Pin for later.
#12. Pumpkin Cheesecake Recipe. Move over pumpkin pie! This pumpkin cheesecake is easy to whip up. Top it with whipped cream and a drizzle of caramel for a seriously show-stopping dessert! Click to Pin for later.
#11. Apple Sharlotka Recipe. This Russian cake is timeless and well loved by all! It’s an easy company cake with just 5 main ingredients and 15 min of prep, then your oven does the rest. Click to Pin for later.
#10. Crusty French Bread Recipe. This is a true crusty crust that crunches and crackles with every slice and has the softest center. Click to Pin for Later. P.S. if you want that freshly baked bread fix but want it quick, you will also love this No-Knead Artisan bread.
#6. Cinnamon Rolls Recipe. This is a make-ahead recipe so you can have fresh, warm cinnamon rolls for breakfast. There’s something completely irresistible about homemade cinnamon rolls with a whipped frosting. OH YUM!!! Click to Pin for Later.
#5. Persimmon Bread Recipe. This one’s a keeper (in a make again and again sort of way)! Persimmon bread is soft and moist, and every slice is studded with walnuts and raisins. Click to Pin for later.
#3. Baked Apples Recipe. You won’t believe how good your house smells as these bake. They come together so quickly and are a must-have Fall treat (p.s. This is a naturally gluten free dessert). Click to Pin for later.
I hope you’re inspired to make these Classic Fall recipes. Explore more of our sweets and treats here. Ready, Set, Bake!!
My sister-in-law graciously invited my sisters and I (with all our kiddos) to visit her massive backyard pumpkin patch. My sister and brother in law are gardeners in the same way that my parents are – amazing!! Thank you Nadya and Bogdan for welcoming us!
The kids were smothered in wet kisses from their dog Wolfy and were all giggling hysterically.
My nephew was trying so hard to smile for the camera and it just turned out perfect! ?
It’s all about dirt-scuffed knees, happy kiddos, and sweet memories. My son says we’re going to carve Christian pumpkins :). After all God made pumpkins beautiful and delicious, not for Halloween (we definitely do not celebrate Halloween). We’ll also use at least 1 to make homemade pumpkin puree.
Q: Do you have any fun Fall traditions? Let us know in the comments below!