The change is the seasons has me craving comfort foods. I am now buying all the squash in the grocery store without a plan, and burning a pumpkin candle while I read my cozy mysteries at home. Autumn is by far my favorite season, and this is a roundup of my favorite fall recipes from the archives. I’ve developed close to 300 recipes now, so there is no shortage of cozy fall recipes. Here are some of my favorites.
This recipe is one of my favorites. It’s so simple, and you can totally roast a chicken a million ways by using this recipe as a jumping off point. The best part is the crispy skin paired with the juicy roasted butternut squash in the roasting pan.
This recipe is comfort to the max. It’s a cheesy baked butternut squash pasta with the most delicious crunchy panko topping. Need I say more?
These muffins are the perfect combination of moist on the inside and crispy on the top. My favorite way to elevate muffins is to make a crumb topping.
This spicy zucchini potato soup is an oldie but a goodie, so excuse my photos from forever ago. This is a cheap and easy dinner that we make all the time at home.
Harissa is my secret weapon in the kitchen. It’s especially great in soups, and what better way to make white chili than with harissa?
This easy macaroni and cheese only has 7 ingredients! It’s so simple, and it’s the creamiest sweet and salty pasta.
This pumpkin lentil stew is hearty and flavorful. I love the addition of butternut squash and canned pumpkin for creaminess.
These pecan pie bars are much easier party fare than a traditional pie. They’re so rich, they’re perfect for autumn.
Sam loves ginger, so carrots and ginger together make for a beautiful sweet and spicy soup that pairs well with crusty bread or garlic naan.