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When it comes to enjoying a variety of flavors and foods, there’s no better season to do that than fall. It’s the time of year when fall desserts are the star of the show, and pumpkin flavored everything comes out.
When your taste buds delight in the richness of after dinner sweets and your table gets decked out with a buffet of scrumptious dishes. Much like the leaves that change color, our palettes evolve in the fall, allowing us to explore new foods, new ingredients and new experiences when it comes to eating.
there’s always room for dessert
The best part of fall food is definitely the dessert. Your fall dinners may leave you satisfied, but there’s always room for dessert. If you’re looking for some new recipes to try, these are all tasty and worth any extra calories you’ll add to your diet. In fact, these recipes are so good, you might be tempted to skip dinner altogether and head straight for the dessert table.
If you enjoy chai tea, pumpkin or tiramisu, this triple threat dessert will be hard to resist. Not only is it loaded with yummy ingredients like pumpkin puree, mascarpone cheese and brown sugar, it requires no baking. A delicious fall dessert that anyone can mix up? We’re adding this to our recipe book stat.
You can find the full recipe at Goodie Godmother.
With a ginger snap crust and pumpkin flavored marshmallow center, this no bake dessert is equal parts crunchy and fluffy. Top it with whipped cream and sprinkles for an added dose of sweetness and fun.
Find all the recipe details by visiting Just Add Sprinkles.
If you haven’t gotten enough of pumpkin this season, you’ll love to serve up some delicious pumpkin donuts! Your guests will love the effort you put in to making these, and the flavors are spectacular!
Find the recipe on our blog.
Sweet potatoes are a fall food staple, and dessert is no exception. This dish, which is made with sweet ingredients like cinnamon and ginger, can be done in under an hour. You’ll need to make the dough while the potatoes are baking and then bake both together to set.
Southern Bite has the full recipe.
Looking for a dessert that doesn’t make you feel so guilty for indulging? Try this one, which uses grated apple. With a cheesecake like frosting, the healthy addition of the apple should make you feel like you’re doing dessert the right way.
Learn how to make this over at Just So Tasty.
This colorful dessert could totally count towards your daily fruit servings. It’s made with fresh cranberries! The crust, made from gingersnaps, brown sugar and walnuts, gives the treat a sweet, crunchy taste that will excite your senses with its kick of spicy flavor.
The full recipe can be found at The View From Great Island.
Nachos aren’t generally considered a dessert, but when you make them with cinnamon sugar and apples, they fall into the post-dinner sweets category. This recipe is so simple (and quite healthy!); you can even do it in about 20 minutes. If you’re all about DIY nachos with an apple pie flavor, this recipe is for you.
Check out all the details on this recipe at Tip Buzz.
Coffee drinkers- here’s the perfect fall dessert to enjoy with your daily cup (or five) of coffee. This recipe calls for pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, brown sugar, cinnamon and Greek yogurt; all the ingredients essential to making your coffee taste as good as possible.
Find the recipe for this at OMG Chocolate Desserts.
The main ingredient used for this recipe is chocolate. So you know it has to be divine! Between the triple fudge brownie mix, the white chocolate curls and the two different types of melted chocolate, this is a chocoholics dream in dessert form. To top it off, drizzle with caramel sauce–the best way to enjoy an overload of chocolate.
Stop by Blessed Beyond Crazy for the recipe.
These apple crumb bars are made with ingredients resembling oatmeal, so you could even enjoy them for breakfast! The apple pie filling is a healthy dose of sweetness that includes brown sugar and cinnamon, while the caramel sauce topping adds a touch of indulgence.
You’ll find the full recipe at Celebrating Sweets.
Enjoy classic apple pie- with a twist. Made using stale (yes, that’s right) French bread, apples, apple pie spice and whole milk, this dessert takes apple pie up a few notches and then tops it with vanilla ice cream. Call it pudding, call it pie, call it whatever you want. This heaping helping of goodness is going to make your night unforgettable.
Check out Will Cook For Smiles to get the recipe.
This bulk-made drink recipe is perfect for entertaining, and will have your party going back for seconds. If you’re really in a pinch, this recipe could really save you from being that person.
Find the recipe at The Kitchn.
This fall desserts lineup just wouldn’t be complete without these bite-sized pumpkin cheesecakes! Something about a cinnamon graham cracker crust and healthy portions of cheesecake filling and pumpkin flavor just screams fall. We’ll be eating these all year long, though.
Check out the full recipe details on Cincy Shopper.
Of course, if you’re really looking for something quick and easy, but still delicious, “semi-homemade” recipes like this pumpkin pull-apart bread are seriously life-savers. We get it, sometimes you don’t have a ton of time (or money) to whip something together for a huge gathering. With minimal ingredients, and an already finished dough you can buy from the store, you’ll get ooh’s and ah’s without much effort!
Take a look at the recipe here.
Alas, another slow cooker recipe for you people who love a “set it and forget it” cooking option. If you’re not too crazy about pumpkin, apple and caramel flavors are classic for fall and long-time party-pleasers. If you’re attending a potluck, take the cooker with you! Guests will love having a warm option at a potluck, trust!
Check out the recipe here.
Love pumpkin? Adore Cheesecake? Love brownies? Put ’em together and what do you get? PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE BROWNIES. Yes, you heard that right. You get the creamy & slight tanginess of a great cheesecake, and the chocolatey, fudgy goodness of a perfectly baked brownie amidst fall appropriate pumpkin swirled in. We’re probably going to double the yield here at the office. This one’s going to go FAST!
You can find the recipe here.
We’re obsessed with anything pumpkin in our fall desserts, but something about a good carrot cake makes us want to grab some hot chocolate and sit around the fire to dig into this luscious cheesecake swirled slice (or two). To make this, you’ll need the classic spices, and it seems like a lot, but it will all be worth the flavor this cake has.
View the full recipe here!
Whether you’re making this for a Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving potluck, or hosting your own fall gathering, you’ll love to try these recipes! If you’re not an expert baker, don’t worry; the best part of fall is getting together with your friends and baking–even if the task is a fail in the end, you’ll have an excellent story and memories to recall for years to come! Make one of these recipes a new tradition in your seasonal gatherings, and have fun with it. We know we’ll be having fun here at Tobi HQ digging into these bites, how about you?