It’s that time of year again to cozy up in your favorite sweater, swish through the leaves and enjoy your favorite fall recipes. What started out as a simple coffee trend has grown and expanded to the point where you can now enjoy tasty fall recipes like Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake, Pumpkin Spice Tartlets and even Pumpkin Spice-Tres Leches Cake. As soon as the leaves start to change, everywhere you turn pumpkin spice seems to be waiting. And not that we have anything against pumpkin spice, per se, but there’s so much more out there to enjoy this time of year! Behold these fantastic fall dishes with nary a fleck of pumpkin spice to be found.
Prepare yourself for an autumnal flavor explosion when you bite into one of our Caramel Apple Bombs. The interplay of warm cinnamon and nutmeg, nutty pecan and tart Granny Smith apples is a wonder to behold.
Freshly chopped Granny Smith apples help to give Moist Caramel Apple Cake its bold flavor. What’s the other not-so-secret weapon? Yup, you guessed it―caramel candies.
Introduce a new tradition to your turkey side repertoire with Fluffy Cran-Raspberry Salad. This brightly colored fall dish is so good that they may start asking for it year round.
One of the nicer parts of the seasons beginning to change again is that you don't have to worry about turning on the oven. Our Roasted Chicken recipe is a great way to bring the family together for some quality time in the cooler months.
Whether you’re making Caramel-Dipped Apples for trick-or-treaters or to share with your family at home, you really can’t go wrong. Caramel-Dipped Apples are a timeless classic.
Speaking of classic fall dishes, check out our consummate cookie companion: Peanut Butter Cookies. Cross-hatched and delicious, these cookies are almost like a comforting time machine back to your youth.
Why spend your day cooking when there are corn mazes, pumpkin patches and apple picking to enjoy? Let the slow-cooker do the work for you with Slow-Cooker Cranberry-Orange Pork Roast.
Are you in charge of dessert at the next family get-together? Have no fear; ChocoFlan is an amazingly simple dessert to make that looks as impressive as it tastes.
Don't put away the grill just yet, not until you've tried a batch of our Oktoberfest Sausage Kabobs. Veggies, apple pieces and turkey sausage are covered in a vinaigrette mustard dressing for what we know to be a real crowd-pleaser.
Warm their hearts and their tummies on a crisp fall day with our Slow-Cooker Apple Crisp Recipe. Since this delicious recipe is made in the slow-cooker, it’s as simple to make as it is delightful to eat.
All of these great fall dishes prove that you don’t need pumpkin spice to get into the season. But, hey, if that’s your thing, we won’t hold it against you. Looking for even more seasonal inspiration? Be sure to check out our collection of fall recipe ideas for even more tasty, timely recipes.