Savor the Season’s Best Flavors

As the weather turns cooler you may be eager to fill up your home with the aroma of scrumptious fall comfort foods! From your favorite morning pick-me-up to tailgating treats and decadent desserts, we’ve got a menu to satisfy your palette.

Nothing wakes you up on a cool autumn morning quite like a pumpkin spice latte. This much anticipated beverage makes its return to your local Starbucks each fall, but you can avoid the line and make it yourself at home.
Get the Recipe – Pumpkin Spice Latte

Pumpkin Spice latte for fall and winter weather

Get your Oktoberfest party started with pretzels and beer cheese. This Bavarian treat is sure to be a hit and may be easier to prepare than you think.
Get the Recipe – Pretzels and Beer Cheese

Warm up your tailgate crowd with a spicy bowl of chili. From white chicken chili to veggie to spicy chipotle black bean, the varieties are endless.
Get the Recipe – Chipotle Black Bean Chili 

red dish with meaty beef chili and bell peppers

Along with pumpkins, apples are a fall staple and apple pie is an American classic. Try a twist on this All-American favorite with individual servings of apple pie in a jar.
Get the Recipe – Apple Pie in a Jar 

Looking for some lighter fare? Why not try a fresh carrot and apple salad with a sweet honey dressing.
Get the Recipe – Carrot and Apple Salad

Get the kids into the kitchen with a fun edible craft. The whole family can have fun decorating cupcakes to create a flock of Tom Turkeys.
Get the Recipe – Turkey Cupcakes 

Do you have a fall favorite you’d like to share? Leave a comment on this blog with your recipe.

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