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Baked Streusel Apples(with video)
This dessert is easy to whip up with just a few pantry staples like nutty oats, warm spices, and brown sugar.
Easy Lattice Apple Pie(with video)
A gorgeous, bakery-quality pie is within your reach. This foolproof recipe hurries things along with a simple shortcut for a lattice crust and no blind baking.
Apple and Honey Tart
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with this easy-as-pie apple and honey tart.
Pork with Roasted Grapes, Beans, and Potatoes
Tangy green grapes are tender and sweet when cooked with honey and rosemary to make a delicious topping for pork chops.
Acorn Squash Curry
Make the most of seasonal squash and transform it into a flavorful curry. Serve with rice or flatbread.
Slow Cooker Spaghetti Squash Bolognese
Spaghetti squash steps in for pasta in this delicious kid-friendly, gluten-free recipe.
This comforting and hearty bowl of soup made with a mixture of pantry staples and fresh veg comes together fast and is lovely on cool fall nights.
Roasted Root Vegetables
Roasting root vegetables brings out amazing flavors all on its own… but add a few herbs and spices, and you've got a robust side that practically melts in your mouth. Serve straight out of the oven for the best taste.
Instead of a spoon, try a melon baller, which makes quick work of coring both apples and pears. Out of walnuts? Sunflower seeds, pecans, or even flaxseeds can be a substitute.
Brussels Sprouts with Grapes
Red grapes and honey sweeten up this fall favorite while walnuts add the perfect crunch.
Harissa-Maple Butternut Squash
Transform butternut squash into a sticky-spicy side with harissa and maple syrup.
Kale and Potato Mash with Feta
Hazelnuts add a sweet crunch to this easy side that pairs well with any main dish.
Old-Fashioned Pot Roast with Fall Veggies
Make this pot roast your own by featuring your favorite seasonal produce such as fresh pear, fennel, or turnips.
Polenta with Roasted Fall Veggies
This beautiful fall side-dish is substantial enough to serve as a vegetarian main course.
Quinoa and Kale-Stuffed Acorn Squash with Pecans
The nuttiness of the quinoa and the sweetness of the cranberries combine with the earthiness of the acorn squash for all the fall flavors you crave.
Stuffed Acorn Squash
Old Fashioned Apple Oatmeal Crumble
Usher in the tastes of fall with this old-fashioned apple oatmeal crumble. Brown sugar, cinnamon and orange juice combine with the oatmeal for a sweet, crunchy topping for the spiced cooked apples that hide within. Serve with fresh whipped cream or ice cream for a tasty dessert.
Quinoa, Radish, and Grape Salad
Crunchy radishes, fresh green peas, and fiber-rich quinoa make this salad filling enough for a meal or perfect as a side dish.
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