Delicious Recipes for Fall

I've been trying to get back into cooking "new-to-me" dishes on Sundays when I have time to get all the ingredients from the grocery store and plan accordingly. I made my first Fall-inspired recipe - eggplant parm lasagna - over the weekend and since then I've been searching for more recipes to add to my dinner menu:


  
















What's on your menu for Fall?

16 comments

  1. All of these look SO good, especially those soups!

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  2. butternut squash in the slow cooker? the best! and really you cant go wrong with any soups. i need to get back in the kitchen. good for the wallet too!

    xoxo cheshire kat

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  3. Yum! These all sound so good! I need to try that butternut squash slow cooker one.

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  4. YUM! These all look amazing, especially loving soups and casseroles this time of year. Of course anything that can go in the crock pot and be ready when I get home from work is a huge winner. Dinner is simmering in the crock pot today, and I can't wait to relax as soon as I get home :-D
    Green Fashionista

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  5. Mmm all of these look and sound amazing. Except the tofurky in that gumbo!? I am just a purist, I can't help it!

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  6. I think I saw that sweet potato recipe the other day on Pinterest and I got so mad because I cant have goat cheese...or feta...or blue...or any of the other good ones right now so I kept scrolling but I need to pin it! The meatballs look good too! And that soup! mmmmmm

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  7. All of these are making my mouth water...that Thai Chicken Noodle Soup though, yum yum!!

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  8. The soup, chicken meatballs & pumpkin casserole -- hope I can make at least one of these!

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  9. I've never had butternut squash soup and I'm wondering if it's something I should try somewhere else for the first time vs make it myself? That recipe sounds delicious though and sounds pretty easy!

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  10. I definitely want to eat all the soups and stews during the fall, and that butternut squash soup looks so good! I also think that the shredded chicken parmesan sandwiches sound really good as well!

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  11. I'm drooling over all these. I've been wanting to try that pumpkin French toast and looking for a really good butternut squash soup recipe. Have my grocery list right in front of me so I'm going to add some of these ingedients!! Great round up sweet Emily!!

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  12. French toast casserole is the best in the fall! All of these look SOO good!

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  13. Thank you for all this inspo! I busted out the crockpot this weekend and have a feeling it is here to stay.

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  14. Those sweet potatoes look awesome. I might need to look into that.

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  15. mmmm the butternut squash soup looks so comfort food-y haha. i try and make new to me recipes on sundays as well, just less stress that way.

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