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Our Favorite Fall Recipes

Autumn is here and it’s time to break out the seasonal recipes that you’ve been craving (and missing) all summer long! If you have a favorite recipe, let us know in the comments what you enjoy most, but whether you have tried-and-true family recipes memorized or you’re hoping to try something new, here are our favorite fall recipes.

Roasted Pumpkin Apple Soup

This soup has a slight spin on the traditional pumpkin soup with sweet apple added! If you’re trying to eat well, it’s also gluten free, paleo, and vegan. Get the recipe for roasted pumpkin apple soup here.

Classic Chili

Try this recipe for a fall favorite that everyone loves: chili. Don’t forget to add sides like Fritos, sour cream, chives, and hot sauce.

White Chili

For a spin on the traditional recipe try this version of white chili. It’s creamy and delicious!

Pumpkin Butter

It’s amazing on bagels, toast, desserts, and added into your morning cup of yogurt: pumpkin butter is surprisingly easy and, despite its name, doesn’t contain any butter. Get the recipe here.

Ham & Potato Corn Chowder

As the weather gets colder, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a hearty soup at the end of a long day. Try this recipe for ham and potato corn chowder that is sure to please the whole family.

Italian Wedding Soup

A classic that is good anytime of year, but especially during the fall is Italian wedding soup. This recipe uses little meatballs with tiny, round noodles called acini de pepe.

Crockpot Mac & Cheese

You can make it out of the box, on the stove, or any way you like, but the fastest, easiest, and (arguably) most delicious way to prepare this classic dish is in the crockpot. Try this recipe and serve as a meal with some added protein and a veggie or as a side to just about any main dish.