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Celebrate Fall with some Fabulous Recipies

Who doesn’t love the flavours of fall? Pumpkin and apple are extremely popular when it comes to cooking and baking, especially with Thanksgiving right around the corner. Here are six fall-inspired recipes to make autumn feel even more awesome.

1. Apple Sauce

The best thing about apple sauce is that it’s delicious, healthy, and easy to make. All you need is a bag of apples, a stove, and some baking basics.

Photo: Apple Sauce – All Recipes

2. Hot Apple Cider

Sometimes tea and coffee just don’t cut it, so why not try some hot apple cider this fall? Cloves, nutmeg, and cinnamon will spread the smell of fall wherever you go, and the recipe is super simple to make.

Photo: Apple Cider –  Food Network

3. Pumpkin Bread

Admit it, you love a good loaf cake. Add some pumpkin puree (no, canned isn’t cheating), sprinkle some spices to the mix and you’ve got yourself a winning combination. Just make sure to save some for your friends or they might hold it against you!

Photo: Pumpkin Bread – Two Peas in Their Pods

4. Pumpkin Spice Cookies

Soft, warm cookies are one of the best things to treat yourself to on a chilly fall day. Add in that rich pumpkin flavour and a sweet easy to make frosting. Together, they become even more awesome.

Photo: Pumpkin Cookies – Taste of Home

5. Pumpkin Scones

Scones are the type of treat that you eat at any time of the day whether it’s breakfast, a snack, or even a dessert. Add in some pumpkin and you get that fall flavour you might be craving on a crisp autumn day. Just remember to save some for later.

Photo: Pumpkin Scones – Call Me PMC

6. Ice Cube Apple Pie

If you love apple pie, then you’ll love these little apple pie nuggets. Using an ice cube tray may seem a little unconventional, but it cuts out a lot of the time and work it takes to make a traditional pie. Plus, you don’t have to feel guilty about having more than one slice.

Photo: Ice Cube Apple Pies – Twisted Food

Natalie is a fourth-year student studying Criminal Justice and Public Policy at the University of Guelph. Originally from Toronto, Natalie is an avid writer and literary enthusiast and is looking forward to writing for Her Campus.
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