5 Fall Recipes You Have to Try


  1. Honeycrisp Apple Sangria

Sally’s Baking Addiction is one of my favorite food themed blog and I came across this delicious beverage recipe by her the other day and my mouth is literally salivating thinking about this festive cocktail. Ingredients include red wine, brandy and orange juice, amongst other things such as cinnamon and apples (yum!) Head over to Sally’s blog to check it out. PS- thanks Sally!


2. Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread

This may not be the healthiest recipe in the world (it’s terrible for you, really), but there’s nothing wrong with treating yourself once in a while. Everything in moderation, right? The good thing about this recipe is that not only is it delicious, but it’s incredibly easy to make. All you need is Pillsbury buttermilk biscuits and a couple other key ingredients and you have yourself a tasty treat! See the easy recipe


3. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

This recipe is really simple because it only really needs chocolate chip cookie dough (which can be bought at any grocery store) and canned pumpkin (1 cup). Mix the two together and roll the mixture into little balls, spread apart on a cooking sheet. Bake for however long the cookie dough sleeve says and viola!


4. Pork Chops with Pear Chutney

I love a good pork chop and I also love a good chutney. This is a combination that’s worth the preparation. Think of pork chops and apple sauce, but 10x better and that’s what this tastes like. Get the recipe from The Food Network.


5. Baked Apples with Cinnamon and Sugar

You can’t go wrong with this seasonal favorite. My mom used to make these every Fall for me and my sisters. I love the crisp apple skin and the sweet, mushy inside of the apple. Plus, apples are high in fiber! If you want to give it an extra little something, have it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Yummy!  Recipe here

Photo from Olive Oil and Lemons

Photo from Olive Oil and Lemons


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