Fall is an incredible time of year for cooking as the markets are overflowing with fresh, vibrant fruits and vegetables. With everything from apples to squash available, there are a ton of incredible soups, stews, and dessert recipes you can make. Here is a collection of our favourite fall recipes. With the kids back to school and everyone juggling busy schedules, these recipes provide the family some comfort and warmth on the cooler nights. We hope you enjoy our recipes and that they will become part of your family's favourites too.
|Recipe: Roasted Fall Vegetables|
Autumn is here and nothing says fall like hearty roasted fall vegetables. I love this combination of beets, butternut squash and sweet potatoes.
|Recipe: Fluffy Pumpkin Pie|
I love the soft and smooth texture combined with the classic pumpkin flavours. This pumpkin pie recipe will not disappoint!
|Recipe: Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins|
I think these are my new favourite muffins! They are fluffy, moist and packed with great flavour.
|Recipe: The Delectable Pumpkin Loaf |
A fall favorite in the house, add some butter while it is still warm for an even nicer treat!
|Recipe: Roasted Pumpkin Seeds|
A great alternative to candy bars when the kids are out trick or treating!
|Recipe: Roasted Butternut Squash Soup|
A gorgeous and smooth soup for a cool fall night with seasonal ingredients.
|Recipe: Beef Bourguignon Inspired Turkey Stew|
The meat falls apart and the sauce has such depth of flavour you have to serve it with potatoes and bread to sop it all up!
|Video Recipe: Chicken, Proscuitto and Mushroom Risotto|
I always have some aborio rice on hand for a night when I want to make something special, the prosciutto chicken and mushrooms make it wonderful main course.
|Recipe: Chicken Chili |
Grey Cup (Canadian Football) and the Super bowl require a chili everyone can enjoy.
|Recipe: Grandma's Apple Pie|
This has always been my favourite pie that grandma makes. A simple, classic recipe that showcases the apples.
|Recipe: Grandma's Peach Pie|
This recipe is simple and quite quick if you have your crust already made, but the results are a great pie that showcases the ripe peaches!