Happy official first day of autumn! I’m sharing the 12 most popular fall recipes here on the blog to help us get in the mood for a very cozy, comforting season of cooking & baking ahead. Here are the fall recipes that readers keep coming back to over the years, along with a few new ones from last year that quickly shot up to the top of the list. Plus, a few bonus recipes at the end that are some of my personal fall favorites! Continue reading “The 12 Most Popular Fall Recipes”
A simple fall weeknight dinner: pan-roasted chicken with grapes & olives. This one-skillet recipe is perfect for any night of the week, yet is exciting enough to serve for a special occasion. The chicken is cooked until the skin is crispy and golden, then topped with a simmered mixture of shallots, grapes, olives, vinegar, and honey. And then finished off with some toasted pistachios and tangy feta cheese crumbled over top. It’s a sweet & savory dish full of lots of bold flavor.
I’d say it isn’t fall without an apple galette! Flaky homemade dough folded over sweet cinnamon apples and baked until bubbling & golden. Drizzled with a sticky vanilla pecan caramel sauce! Absolutely delicious.
Excited to bring you the most festive autumn mezze platter tonight! Full of all sorts of delicious inspiration for whipping up a truly stunning entertaining spread this fall.
It is officially fall, and I’m celebrating with this harvest apple salad – full of sharp cheddar cheese, charred chicken, crisp apples, pomegranate seeds, and candied pumpkin seeds + hazelnuts. It’s vibrant, beautiful, and so satisfying. Perfect for a simple weekday lunch or dinner!
If I’m going all out for breakfast, I usually choose to make something sweet…pancakes, waffles, crepes, etc. The rest of my family, most of them being boys, usually wants something they can pour hot sauce over to show up on the table. So, over the years I have come to enjoy savory breakfasts as well. The best part? You can be pretty sure to find some sort of protein and vegetable in a savory breakfast dish, so it’s a more nutritious alternative to the syrup-soaked stack of pancakes.
A butternut squash soup that’s creamy, satisfying, and full of all the perfectly cozy classic fall flavors. Perfect as a main meal or as the start of a fall dinner party.