5 Deliciously Fall Themed Recipes

September 19, 2016

The rich flavors of fall are certainly welcome after a long summer of salads and fruit. It's a wonderful time to enjoy slow cooked meals and flavorful treats with layers of flavor. We at Foodista love the season. It's when cooks can return to the kitchen and start thinking of creative ways to nourish their families, which means we also learn new things. 

To celebrate the coming first day of fall, we have rounded up 5 recipes that certainly speak of the season and you will love each one. Let us know if you fall in love with any of them as we did. 

Brown Ale Beef Stew

From Food Wine Thyme

If you are looking for an easy recipe with plenty of flavor and is exceptionally filling, then this recipe for beef stew will be perfect. It's a tasty way to celebrate the season and this one just might become a family favorite. 


Warm Couscous Salad with Roasted Vegetables

From The Wander Lust Kitchen

The quintessential flavor of fall has to be the roasted vegetables. Enjoy them with healthy couscous and makes a hearty side dish and even a great lunch. We love it both warmed as well as room temperature. Be sure to try it with whatever vegetables you can find at the farmer's market. 

Bacon Butternut Squash Soup with Coconut Milk and Crispy Shallots

From Yes to Yolks

As beautiful as it is rich and healthy, this soup would be the perfect start to a fall supper. It's got all the flavors of the season, and a warming soup always hits the spot. 

Cinnamon Spice Bars

From My Purple Spoon

A lovely, moist bar, this one is full of fall flavors. The creamy, sweet frosting is the perfect finish on these delectable treats. How about slipping one of these into your loved one's lunch pail for the next day? 

Brown Sugar Cinnamon Apple Skillet Cake

From Ericasweettoth

A true fall classic, apple skillet cake is seasoned with the delicious flavors of brown sugar and cinnamon-making it a seasonal treat that everyone will enjoy. So tasty! Baking in a cast iron skillet is a fabulous way to cook a cake. The edges get al brown and crisp. It's such a treat. 

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