With fall officially coming up this month, why not take some time to get inspired by the changing of the season with a few comforting, tasty, and fall focused dishes? We are in the middle of a full blown baking craze this year and it is showing no signs of slowing down. Baking is back in style and there’s no better way to celebrate than to add these delectable dishes to your fall entertainment menus. Please give these recipes a try and let us know how they went over with your guests!
Soft Maple Sugar Cookies
Now, it’s a well known fact that sugar cookies are good all year round, but this fall flavored version is truly special. Sugar cookies are kind of like a blank slate. They are an excellent foundation for building an empire of flavor. Give these fall flavored maple sugar cookies a try for your next gathering. Full recipe here.
No-Cook Pumpkin Spice Tiramisu
Tiramisu doesn’t exactly scream “fall” flavors, but trust us, this recipe is a game changer when it comes to recontextualizing tiramisu. What we fail to realize is that tiramisu is already halfway to being a fall centric recipe all on its own. It has coffee and cinnamon, which are classic fall flavors and has a backdrop of rich creme which is a deeply comforting food, perfect for the colder months. For our fall creation, we are going to add layers of fall flavor like pumpkin spice and maple. For the full recipe, click here.
Gingerbread Loaf With Cream Cheese Frosting
It’s hard to name a better fall flavor pairing than gingerbread and cream cheese frosting. This easy to make and hard to resist loaf will have your guests clamoring for seconds or even thirds. This loaf is spicy and holds a host of complex flavors and isn’t overpowered by the typically strong cream cheese frosting. Word to the wise. You will want to double or triple this recipe in order to keep up with demand. And, if you have any extra, it freezes well so you can have some around Christmas time! Recipe here.
Cinnamon Sugar Apple Cake
Wow. The name truly says it all. It’s truly got everything that you will need to exemplify and make fall flavors the hero of your dish. It has apples and cinnamon, brown sugar and so much more. It bakes up into a nice consistency that is lighter and fluffier than a pie but still has that full apple flavor with apple chunks dispersed throughout the cake. Instead of a traditional frosting as a topping, it is topped with a crunchy cinnamon and sugar crumble, similar to that found on top of a cobbler. Full recipe here.
In Conclusion We hope that today’s guide will help you be better prepared to plan out all of your fall entertainment menus this year. Remember, no matter the time of year, there is always something fun to do around Boise and Meridian. I am happy to help with any questions about home and garden, buying, selling, real estate, and beyond! Give me a call today, I’d love to hear from you.