Homemade Harvest Fall Recipe Round-Up

Homemade Harvest Fall Recipe Round-Up

Pull up a chair and join us at the table for some amazing autumn recipes!

Homemade Harvest

Join us for a Homemade Harvest!

The week of September 19th, we're celebrating the delicious foods of autumn by sharing recipes from our food blogging community.

Check out the homemade harvest below and find a new favorite dish that your family will cherish season after season!

PLUS! On Friday September 23rd we are sending a special edition of our RecipeLion newsletter... and it's all devoted to fall recipes! You'll find even more great recipes from the bloggers below, plus more than 50 favorite fall recipes from the RecipeLion archives.

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Homemade Harvest Recipes

Dutch Oven Pot Roast from The Seasoned Mom

When the weather gets chilly and the days grow shorter, it's officially comfort food season! This scrumptious, old-fashioned pot roast recipe is just the thing to invite everyone to the table. The beef slow cooks until it's perfectly tender, and hearty potatoes and carrots cook right in the same pot so they absorb every ounce of flavor. Plus, clean up is a breeze since this meal cooks in just one pot! Add this delicious recipe to your family's menu this fall.
  Click here for the Dutch Oven Pot Roast recipe from The Seasoned Mom!

Pumpkin Spice Donuts from Amanda's Cookin'

Fuel up for a day of school, work, or fun autumn activities with these tasty pumpkin spice donuts! They're moist, fluffy, and drizzled with an unforgettable homemade maple glaze. It's a good thing that these donuts are also easy to cook, because you and your family are going to make them on repeat. They're baked, not fried, so cooking up your new favorite breakfast is a snap.
  Click here for the Pumpkin Spice Donuts recipe from Amanda's Cookin'!

Puppy Chow Halloween Snack Mix from Two Kids and a Coupon

It's snack o'clock! We love this fun Halloween-themed twist on a classic sweet treat. Puppy chow (a.k.a. muddy buddies) gets mixed with festive add-ins like candy corn and peanut butter cups. The finished recipe is colorful and inviting. It's the perfect party food! Whip up a batch of this irresistible snack mix this fall and watch it disappear in a hurry.
  Click here for the Puppy Chow Halloween Snack Mix recipe from Two Kids and a Coupon!

Chewy Butterscotch Oatmeal Cookies from The Baking ChocolaTess

We're not in the habit of skipping dessert, which is good because no one should miss out on these butterscotch oatmeal cookies! They are ultra chewy and scrumptious, with loads of rich butterscotch chips and vanilla flavor. Enjoy one (or a few) with a cup of coffee or tea for the ultimate autumn snack break. 
  Click here for the Chewy Butterscotch Oatmeal Cookies recipe from The Baking ChocolaTess!

Whole Roasted Pumpkin Soup from Go Healthy Ever After

Cook up a healthy fall dinner that the whole family will love! This comforting pumpkin soup proves that simple ingredients, cooked to perfection, are food magic. You won't need any calorie-laden additions to make this soup a new fall favorite. Just enjoy the rich and nutritious flavors of roasted pumpkin, veggies, and spices!
  Click here for the Whole Roasted Pumpkin Soup recipe from Go Healthy Ever After!

Virginia Peanut Pie from Spiced

You're probably familiar with pecan pie, but have you ever tried peanut pie? Now's your chance! And once you take a bite, you'll want to start making up for lost time. Peanut pie is a genius application of the "sweet + salty = amazing goodness" dessert math. You'll love the toasty peanut and rich brown sugar flavors, all piled high in a flaky pie crust. Try it out this season!
  Click here for the Virginia Peanut Pie recipe from Spiced!

Fruitcake Cookies from Noshing With the Nolands

Wow! Transform the festive flavors of fruitcake into a delicious cookie recipe that you can make all season long. Loaded with goodies like candied pineapple and chopped nuts, these cookies are bursting with flavor in every bite. Plus, they are easy to make! Add them to your fall and holiday baking lists this year.
  Click here for the Fruitcake Cookies recipe from Noshing With the Nolands!

Pumpkin Vegan Chili from Veggies Save the Day

Cook a wholesome fall dinner that everyone can enjoy! This vegan and gluten-free chili is packed with delicious veggies and savory flavors. Fire-roasted tomatoes and adobo sauce add depth of flavor, while creamy pumpkin puree makes each bite comforting and satisfying. Plus, the whole dish is ready in 30 minutes! This is definitely a weeknight meal to add to your dinner rotation this fall.
  Click here for the Pumpkin Vegan Chili recipe from Veggies Save the Day!

Bacon Apple Pecan Stuffed French Toast from Maplewood Road

Turn everyone in your family into a morning person with this amazing stuffed French toast! It's chock-full of fall flavors and cooked to fluffy, crisp perfection. Make sure you're not the last one to the table when this breakfast is served. It's guaranteed to disappear in a hurry!
  Click here for the Bacon Apple Pecan Stuffed French Toast recipe from Maplewood Road!

No-Bake Pumpkin Cookies from Mom. Wife. Busy Life.

Make an amazing fall dessert that the whole family will love... without turning on the oven! These delicious no-bake pumpkin cookies add an autumn flair to the classic no-bake cookie recipe. If you love all things pumpkin spice this time of year, then this is one dessert you don't want to miss. Plus, as with all no-bake cookie recipes, this one is very simple to make! Kids can even assist in the kitchen on this one, making the whole process a fun family activity.
  Click here for the No-Bake Pumpkin Cookies recipe from Mom. Wife. Busy Life!

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