Here Are A Bunch Of Seasonal Recipes To Bookmark For Fall

Summer is great, but let’s be real — nothing beats fall food. Here are a handful of in-season recipes to try as soon as the leaves start changing colors.

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1. Fall Vegetable and Goat Cheese Frittata

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One of the greatest things about frittatas is that they freeze beautifully. Make a big batch and freeze the individual pieces for an easy make-ahead breakfast. Get the recipe.

2. Butternut Squash Carbonara

It's hard to beat the flavor combination that is bacon, sage, and butternut squash. Throw some pasta in the mix and you've got a real winner. Get the recipe.

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It’s hard to beat the flavor combination that is bacon, sage, and butternut squash. Throw some pasta in the mix and you’ve got a real winner. Get the recipe.

3. Tomato Soup With Grilled Cheese Croutons

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What is tomato soup without grilled cheese, anyway? Get the recipe.

4. Pumpkin French Toast with Whipped Butter

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We’ve got nothing but love for pumpkin spice season. Get the recipe.

5. Roasted Vegetable Grain Bowl

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You can personalize this recipe with all your favorite ingredients. Start with a grain like quinoa, bulgur, or cauliflower rice add whatever vegetables you have on hand. Get the recipe.

6. Udon Noodle Soup With Chicken and Mushrooms

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Before you order take-out, consider making this easy and nourishing soup from scratch. You can jazz up the recipe however you see fit. Try adding a poached egg, nori, or even vegetable tempura. Get the recipe.

7. Cranberry Balsamic Roasted Chcken

Chicken thighs are marinated in a sweet and tangy mixture of maple syrup, balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, and cranberries, then they're roasted until golden brown and crispy. Get the recipe.

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Chicken thighs are marinated in a sweet and tangy mixture of maple syrup, balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, and cranberries, then they’re roasted until golden brown and crispy. Get the recipe.

8. Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash

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Sweet potatoes are popping up at every farmer’s market and grocery store shelf, so take advantage. Get the recipe.

9. Kale, Spinach, and Mushroom Baked Eggs

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You can add any of your favorite fall veggies to this kale and mushroom sauté. Crack a few eggs on top and let the yolks cook until they reach your desired doneness. Get the recipe.

10. Fall Pasta Salad

Just because picnic season is coming to a close doesn't mean you have to stop eating pasta salad. Try this version that's packed with fall's best produce like roasted Brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes. Get the recipe.

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Just because picnic season is coming to a close doesn’t mean you have to stop eating pasta salad. Try this version that’s packed with fall’s best produce like roasted Brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes. Get the recipe.

11. Fall Harvest Cobb Salad

Topped with avocado, bacon, sliced apple, walnuts, feta, and chicken, this filling salad is worthy of a standalone dinner. Get the recipe.

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Topped with avocado, bacon, sliced apple, walnuts, feta, and chicken, this filling salad is worthy of a standalone dinner. Get the recipe.

12. Pumpkin Brownies

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Layers of rich chocolate and creamy pumpkin will make you feel some type of way. Get the recipe.

13. Red Thai Coconut Curry

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Made with coconut milk, red curry, and chili paste, this sauce is so rich and creamy you won’t believe it’s dairy-free. Get the recipe.

14. Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler

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It’s shoulder season, which means it’s still perfectly appropriate to be eating your cobbler à la mode. Get the recipe.

15. Sweet Potato Gnocchi With Rosemary Parmesan Cream Sauce

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If you want to save time and effort, stick with store bought gnocchi. After all, it’s the cheesy, cream sauce that really takes this meal to the next level. Get the recipe.

16. Posole Verde With Chicken

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Celebrate the start of soup season with this Mexican-inspired medley of hominy, chicken broth, and tons of veggies and spices. Get the recipe.

17. Avocado Quinoa Harvest Bowl

All you need are a few basic ingredients like quinoa (or rice), avocado, Brussels sprouts, and arugula to whip up this filling grain bowl. Get the recipe.

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All you need are a few basic ingredients like quinoa (or rice), avocado, Brussels sprouts, and arugula to whip up this filling grain bowl. Get the recipe.

18. Spinach Artichoke Mac ‘n’ Cheese

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Cozy nights call for piping hot bowls of mac ‘n’ cheese, and you can do way better than the boxed stuff. Get the recipe.

19. Caramelized Onion, Mushroom, and Swiss Stuffed Chicken

Say goodbye to boring old chicken breast. Get the recipe.

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Say goodbye to boring old chicken breast. Get the recipe.

20. Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats

This on-the-go breakfast couldn't be easier. Just throw all the ingredients into a mason jar and mix them together at night. The next morning, breakfast will be ready to eat. Get the recipe.

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This on-the-go breakfast couldn’t be easier. Just throw all the ingredients into a mason jar and mix them together at night. The next morning, breakfast will be ready to eat. Get the recipe.

21. Caramel Apple Turnovers

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The best kinds of desserts are the ones you can eat with your hands. Get the recipe.

22. Cornbread Topped Skillet Chili

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This chili and cornbread dish gets cooked from start to finish in a single skillet. If you want to save time, you can always make the chili ahead of time and keep it overnight in the fridge. Get the recipe.

23. Maple Glazed Baked Salmon

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This salmon marinade calls for just four ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen — maple syrup, soy sauce, orange juice, and cayenne. Get the recipe.

24. Slow-Cooker Pork Carnitas Tacos

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A true dump dinner, these carnitas basically cook themselves. Throw everything into a Crock Pot, grab some tortillas, and wait for dinner time. Get the recipe.

25. Oatmeal Cranberry Pecan Cookies

Paired with a mug of steaming hot cocoa, these cookies are the key to a perfect fall day. Get the recipe.

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Paired with a mug of steaming hot cocoa, these cookies are the key to a perfect fall day. Get the recipe.

26. Mushroom Bolognese

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This vegetarian take on classic meat sauce is so hearty and delicious, even staunch carnivores will love it. Get the recipe.

27. Instant Pot Butter Chicken

Serve this Indian-inspired chicken with basmati rice and naan. You'll need something to sop up all that rich, flavorful sauce. Get the recipe.

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Serve this Indian-inspired chicken with basmati rice and naan. You’ll need something to sop up all that rich, flavorful sauce. Get the recipe.

28. Ginger Garlic Noodle Soup With Bok Choy

This soup is loaded with noodles and veggies, but you can always add your favorite protein to make it more filling. Get the recipe.

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This soup is loaded with noodles and veggies, but you can always add your favorite protein to make it more filling. Get the recipe.

29. Apple Cinnamon Pork Chops

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This recipe takes less than 30 minutes to make, but it tastes like you’ve been cooking all day. Get the recipe.

30. Oreo Cheesecake Bars

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You’re probably going to want seconds…maybe thirds. Get the recipe.

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