Explore a collection of autumn recipes, balanced with flavors that celebrate the season's offerings.
It’s that time of year again. Time for warming soups and stews, stick-to-your-ribs roasted meat with veggies and spice-filled desserts. With that in mind, we’ve collected some our favorite harvest season recipes, featuring the familiar tastes and smells of autumn.
And there is certainly lots to choose from here: autumnal breakfast recipes, homey chili and cornbread pairings, main-course meats with harvest-inspired sides, sweet treats and warming sips. Mix and match as you will—whatever you put down on the table will have family and friends singing praises.
Mix, match and enjoy! For even more fall menu planning inspiration, see additional seasonal recipes below.
Pork tenderloin medallions cook quickly in a creamy sauce.
Feathery fennel, leeks and smoky ham punch up the flavor of this slow-cooker soup.
Custards and crisps and pies! Oh my! Sweeten your sideboard this fall with a bevy of our best seasonal desserts.
This pound cake is simplicity itself, relying on the simple flavors of pumpkin, brown sugar and spices to do the heavy lifting.
Butternut squash and turnip greens—unlikely for lasagna, but so good.
This hearty sweet potato hash makes for one tasty breakfast of champions.
Boneless pork loin is slow-cooked in sweet cider until juicy and tender.
Parmigiano Reggiano lovers unite over this fall risotto that uses sweet butternut squash, fresh sage and the signature cheese of Parma, Italy.
A vegetarian chili with a robust meaty quality. Serve it alongside a bowl of rice or with cornbread.
A sauce for green beans that both kids and adults will love.
For baking, there's an app(le) for that—cooking varieties make the best-tasting cakes.