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Fall-Themed Food and Drink Ideas

Autumn brings with it a full menu of goodies that just add that extra special touch to the season.

Use this list to get inspired to create fun activities that make the most of autumn. Whether you want to make these dishes for a solo dinner or for friends and family, you are sure to find a delicious treat!

Here are a few Fall-Themed Food and Drink Ideas, we think you will love!

Bake an apple or pumpkin pie. Why is it so difficult to make a choice between the two?!

Buy winter squash and Brussels sprouts at a farmers’ market. Sometimes it best to keep it simple when it comes to roasting vegetables and that is why I love this particular recipe. Simply cut, toss them in a little olive oil, salt and pepper and roast for about 20 minutes. That’s all they need. The oven does all the work for you. Giving you plenty of time to get the rest of dinner ready.

Eat a candy apple. A classic fall dessert that family and friends are sure to love.

Make butternut squash soup . This butternut squash bisque is the perfect way to start fall.

It’s just a touch sweet from the butternut squash and cinnamon.The ingredients are simple, fresh, and healthy, but so flavorful and delicious.

Drink hot spiced apple cider. There’s just something about a hot or a cold glass of apple cider in the fall that makes the season perfect.

Roast vegetables for a tasty side dish.

Eat a slice of warm pumpkin bread. Remember not everything has to be made from scratch. We keep a few boxes of this super delicious pumpkin muffin and bread mix in our pantry! When we want a warm slice of seasonal bread, we mix, pour and bake! Add a sprinkle of pumkpin seeds on the top or a handful of mini chocolate chips and you'll bring this boxed mix to the next level!

Make a big batch of chili- This isn’t your typical chili! Sweet Potato and black beans creates delicious flavor and texture.

Eat cider doughnuts Come fall, you can find these seasonal doughnuts everywhere, including orchards, doughnut shops, markets, and grocery stores. But our tip is to get them from a local apple farm or farmer's market.

Make your own mulled wine.

Some of the items on this list are going to be familiar fall foods; but hopefully some of them will also be new. Give them a try and see if you can find yourself a new seasonal favorite!


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