10 fun fall recipes {via pinterest}.

Let’s be real – chances are slim that I’ll get to make all of these over the next couple of months. But if I were to be the cooking/baking goddess I hope to one day become, these treats would be on the top of my list this fall!


Scarecrow Treats

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Bread (apparently 500 calories for the whole loaf!)

No-Bake Mini Pumpkin Cheesecakes

Butternut Squash Skillet Lasagna

Bourbon Sweet Potato Bisque with Brown Butter Cinnamon Sugar Croutons

Pecan Pumpkin Butter Squares

Mini Apple Pies

Spiked Snickerdoodle Milkshake

Cheddar Apple Biscuits


Cinnamon Monkey Bread


What recipes do you want to try making (or just eating ;)) this season?


  1. says

    I love butternut squash, but all I know how to do is bake it and throw some butter on it, so I am going to attempt some butternut squash recipes that are a bit more complex…I hope! I am a big fan of making “pumpkin goo”, too – I usually buy a pumpkin pie and eat the inside of it and leave the crust, so I’ve started making crustless pie, using nonfat condensed milk to make it a little less unhealthy!

      • says

        Pumpkin Goo can be made a variety of ways – I use the pumpkin pie receipe on the back of Libby’s pumpkin puree stuff, but I replace some of the ingredients with “low fat” or “no fat”, like the condensed milk, I use no fat. Then instead of using a crust, I just pour it into mini baking tins and have a dozen “pie goo” tins that I can eat when I want pumpkin pie. Without the crust, and replacing some of the things with low or no fat (you can even use skim milk instead of condensed milk) makes it a low fat “pie”! It’s basically crustless pumpkin pie. The texture is a little different when you use no fat stuff, so it’s more like a souffle than pie, but it’s delicious either way!

  2. Josie says

    If you make nothing else from that list this fall, definitely make the Scarecrow Bars! I made them last year, from the same recipe source, and they were awesome. Salty & sweet! Enjoy Fall for me…. Down here in central Texas we don’t see much of a Fall!


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