Fall is upon us, which means pumpkin spice “everything” is also coming. So, I have to admit that I am someone who loves pumpkin spice, the smell and taste of it. However, I don’t think I go too far with it. For example, you can get Pumpkin spice pringles on Amazon! If you’re at all interested in knowing what other odd pumpkin spice foods you can get, go here: 15 ridiculous pumpkin season-products.
With all that being said, some things to love about fall are the warm soups and recipes. I have to say some of which include pumpkin spice (but not ridiculous items). So, I have created an awesome list of warm and cozy recipes for you to try and enjoy this fall!
You can make this the night before, stick it in the fridge, and then eat it for breakfast the next morning! It includes, of course, pumpkin pie puree, but other spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, and pumpkin pie spice blend.
These sound so good! The author even mentions “They taste like fall in muffin form (and make your house smell so good)”!
This sounds like a great fall recipe that would smell great when it’s cooking!
There’s something about fall and chili that go together so well. This recipe sounds like a good variation of chili with the use of squash!
If you’re looking for something cheesy and comforting, then this is a great choice! You can make this as a main meal or as a side dish.
I love making soups in the fall, and this sounds like a comforting, healthy soup to make!
This is an instant pot recipe and is Whole 30 compliant!
This sounds like the perfect fall recipe, and it can be paired with brown rice and a vegetable such as green beans or broccoli.
The filling for these is made out of marshmallow fluff, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and softened butter. These sound delicious and like the perfect fall treat!
This cake has a nice pumpkin layer, as well as a spiced layer and a cake layer. This sounds wonderful and like a great dessert for Thanksgiving!
I can’t think of anything more fall than caramel apples! These sound fun to make and even more delicious!
I know many people love a pumpkin spice latte! This particular recipe, however, is healthier than others as it only has 2 grams of net carbs.
What’s fall without a good apple pie recipe? 🙂
One of my favorites for fall!
Some of the ingredients include cinnamon Chex, white chocolate chips, cookie butter, and of course, pumpkin spice. This sounds like an awesome snack!
I’ve never roasted pumpkin seeds before, but this sounds like a great recipe and snack! So, if you are looking to carve pumpkins this October, save the seeds for this recipe!
If you’re looking for good recipes to help you enjoy fall, I hope these do the trick. I think my favorite aspect of fall is the smell of the spices cooking and the outdoor weather. I hope you enjoy it!
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