Fall flavors are finally back

By Haniya Ghazi //

If you ask me, fall is not only the prettiest season, but the flavors that it brings are the best. Here are some of my favorite fall-flavored recipes that are sure to make your taste buds happy.

Pumpkin Bread 

Pumpkin bread

Pumpkin is a fall staple, and this pumpkin bread is the perfect recipe to make. It’s simple, moist, and delicious. Jenn Segal’s food blog has an amazing step-by-step recipe that is linked below. If you are looking for a sweet fall-flavored recipe, this is definitely one to try. 

Butternut Squash Soup 

Butternut squash soup

The chilly weather coming also means it’s soup season again! I love a good warm and cozy soup during the fall, and this butternut squash soup recipe hits the spot. Squash is perfectly in season during the fall, and the recipe below is ideal for any fall day. 

Salted Caramel Apple Pie 

Salted caramel apple pie

Apples are also a fall flavor staple, and this apple pie is to die for. The salted caramel spices up a simple apple pie and is definitely a recipe to try this fall. 

Apple Cider 

Apple cider

While we are on the topic of apples as a fall flavor, it would be a crime to not give an apple cider recipe. Apple cider is a must-have during the fall, and making it at home is not only easy but even more delicious. Enjoy it hot or cold; either is sure to give you the taste of fall you need. 

Sweet Potato Cranberry Bake

Sweet potato cranberry bake

This counts as getting in your fruits and vegetables, right? Sweet potatoes and cranberries are both fall flavors individually, but together, they are even better. This recipe for sweet potato cranberry bake is truly the perfect fall treat. It is a great side dish to any cozy autumn meal.



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