3 Essential Recipes For Fall

It’s Fall Y’all! Welcome to the first day of fall. My favorite season has the heavenly smells and gorgeous sights that I long for each year. I’m completely in love with creation as it changes colors.

3 Essential recipes

My favorite things about fall are the wonderful things that I want to bake and eat. Everything about fall baking makes me obsessed with cinnamon and the other fall spices. So, I fill my home with spiced wax melts, candles, and even scented soaps.

My baking usually begins with a spicy loaf of Pumpkin Bread. This recipe is the same as my family favorite. There’s nothing like smelling it from the oven! Cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves blend to make you smile and feel hungry for the first warm slice.

If I’m able to get to an apple orchard, I love to go to a Pick-Your-Own Apple Orchard. If not, a local fruit stand will do. Purchasing those fresh apples calls for a wonderful dessert. Washington Apple Cake is one that I first started baking as a teenager. The looks of this cake will deceive you. It isn’t a beautiful cake. But, it is my favorite cake in the entire world.

pumpkin bread

The cake is a rich, moist, compilation of spices and apples in a dense cake. The touch-of-lemon cream cheese frosting is to die for. I am always eager to lick the bowl. Once the cake is frosted, it’s almost impossible for me to stop eating the entire thing. But, I’m a good mom and I share.

Fresh-picked apples are also scrumptious in a delicious Apple Pie. There’s nothing more American and perfect as the pie. I always loved to make my crust from scratch. Using butter in place of Shortening makes the crust so flaky and fattening. Cutting up some tart Granny Smith apples makes it even better.

Whether you like a la mode or just plain, Apple Pie makes the perfect ending to a fall dinner.

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24 Responses to 3 Essential Recipes For Fall

  1. Marisela Zuniga says:

    I need to try this pumpkin bread recipe

  2. Shane A says:

    We are going to be making a trip to a local orchard called Apple Hill soon! It’s such a nice experience. The fall colors really make it a magical experience. We pick apples to make apple pie and cinnamon apple bread.

  3. Dorothy Boucher says:

    This looks so delicious! and I love making homemade pumpkin bread, so good.
    @tisonlyme143

  4. Looks delicious, thanks for sharing

  5. Donna says:

    All three of these recipes look fantastic! It’s been a while since I’ve had apple pie. It would be fun to make some!

  6. Susan Broughton says:

    Apples and Pumpkin is my favorite in the Fall. I will have to give these recipes a try!

  7. Deborah D says:

    All of these recipes sound fabulous. I will definitely make them.

  8. Sandy Klocinski says:

    Awesome pumpkin bread recipe! Such a nice blend of flavors. It would be fun to make

  9. Alice F says:

    These are three really good essentials. I like the pumpkin bread recipe as it seems everyone loves pumpkin. Also, I like the suggestion of picking your own apples, which is always so much fun.

  10. rsteve says:

    My husband loves anything pumpkin flavored so I would love to try the pumpkin bread recipe for him.

  11. Rebecca Weiss says:

    I love to bake pumpkin chip bread in the fall!! I love all of the flavors of fall.

  12. Calvin says:

    I love all fall spices, cinnamon, pumpkin.. definitely smells like heaven.

  13. Kara Marks says:

    Yum!

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