It’s getting colder & that means our foods are getting warmer. Cozy fall season is upon us & with it comes all the cozy fall recipes. Treats, soups, stews, pumpkins, apples, breads, muffins, pies; they’re all emerging from the cookbooks & into our homes. We’re rounded up some fan favorite recipes with a twist that are full of flavor for fall.
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate
Picture this: grey clouds overhead, orange & yellow leaves on the ground, a crisp breeze in the air. It’s the finest signs of fall. You walk into your kitchen & waiting for you is the perfect autumn recipe that’s sure to warm you up. We’re talking two of the best elements to ever be combined: hot chocolate & pumpkin spice.
Enjoy this recipe that’s yummy for you & the kiddos: https://www.themagicalslowcooker.com/slow-cooker-pumpkin-spice-hot-chocolate/
Maple Glazed Cinnamon Apple Scones
Apples are always the starting sign of Fall. They’re just so versatile with how you can use them for so many baked goodies & treats. From pies to muffins & tarts to just dipping them in caramel & crunchy sweet toppings or making a spice filled cider, they are the fruit of Autumn. We’re big fans of baking easy on-the-go breakfast items for cozy fall mornings so we’ll definitely be making these maple glazed apple scones that might even become out afternoon indulgence as well.
Try out this easy recipe that only takes 15 minutes to prep & 15 minutes to bake: https://www.halfbakedharvest.com/brown-butter-maple-glazed-cinnamon-apple-scones/
Brie + Cheddar Apple Beer Soup
It’s soup season! And we are so excited. Warm up your insides with this recipe we have been eyeing that hits so many aspects of fall it might be illegal. We’ve got apples, beer, & cinnamon stealing the show with this soup & that doesn’t even begin to describe all of it’s delicious flavors.
Check it out & tell us what you think!
Now who’s ready to start cooking? We know we are & we can’t wait to try out these appetizing dishes. Let the season of filling your house with warm scents & homemade recipes begin!Written By: Abbey Kay