October 18, 2022
As we progress into fall, there’s nothing better than embracing autumnal flavors into your baking. To help you get into the spirit, we have some delicious recipes that will keep you and your family warm and comfortable during the colder and shorter days.
There’s no better way to welcome a cool, fall morning than with warm and decadent cinnamon rolls. Ooey, gooey, and positively delicious, everyone in the family will love enjoying these sweet treats. Add a hot mug of tea or coffee or a cold glass of milk, and you’ve got the perfect breakfast to help you take on any fall adventure!
You can’t go wrong with an apple crumble pie! Otherwise known as a Dutch pie, this treat masterfully combines a flaky crust, spiced apples, and a streusel topping into the ultimate fall dessert. Don’t forget to add a generous helping of vanilla ice cream! Apples are a definite staple during the fall season, and you can find a bushel full at our Farmers Market for all of your pie-baking needs.
It wouldn’t be the coziest time of the year without the freshest veggies in your basket! Filled with all kinds of seasonal vegetables, such as pumpkins, carrots, and butternut squash, roasted autumn vegetable pot pie is the definition of YUM. Take one bite of this creamy masterpiece, and you’ll feel warm and happy all night long.
Get into the spooky spirit with Halloween-themed sugar cookies. These treats are simple to make and offer a great way to spend quality time with family. After they are baked and cooled, the real fun begins as everyone sits around the table and decorates together. Warning: the cookies might be too cute to eat!
Everyone loves pumpkins, and everyone loves cheesecake, so the only logical thing to do is combine them! With a spiced graham cracker crust, creamy filling, and a dollop of whipped cream on top, this fall dessert is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth over and over again.
We hope our recipes give the inspiration for your next baking day so you can create the best fall treats and meals with family and friends!
Tags: Fall Recipes