The weather outside may not be frightful quite yet, but there's definitely a chill in the air — aka, it's the perfect time to curl up with some autumnal cocktails. Be your own mixologist with these recipes that showcase the best flavors for chilly nights.
Every gardener knows spring is the busy season for planting, but you can save a ton of time by planting what you can in the fall. And one of fall's easiest veggie to plant is garlic.
The time has finally come to amp up your mac and cheese. And not with traditional ingredients like bread crumbs or even bacon. Instead, give it a seasonal twist by mixing your cheesy noodles with — wait for it — butternut squash. Sure, it may sound like an odd move, but smothering elbow noodles in a cheesy, gourd-y mix actually creates a rich, comforting flavor that's hard to resist. Who knows — it may even make an appearance on the Thanksgiving dinner table.
This year, skip the full-blown apple pie and whip up a bite-sized treat for easy serving instead. These mini tarts have the same classic flavor, with some modern flair that makes 'em prime for entertaining your Thanksgiving or Christmas guests.
When you think about fall desserts, one flavor always comes to mind: pumpkin. And with so many ways to indulge, there's no better time to try out a new recipe. Add these to your holiday menu or make 'em on a random weekend — either way, you'll be set to enjoy the season's best offerings.
Autumnal cooking is all about showcasing squash, and sweet butternut squash is always a go-to. Whether you're making it into a winter soup or going all-out with butternut squash gnocchi, the possibilities for this gourd are endless.
Your Thanksgiving dinner plate is about to be perfectly well-rounded, thanks to these delicious (and gorgeous!) cranberry pumpkin rolls. They're sweet, flavorful and, oh yeah, you're going to want them long after Thanksgiving is over.
Skip the long coffee lines and save some cash by whipping up a pumpkin spice latte at home. It's just what you need to start your autumn mornings off right — not to mention it pairs amazingly well with a pumpkin croissant .
Finally, your dream of eating an entire seasonal loaf smothered in cream cheese can become an oh-so-delicious reality! These mini pumpkin spice loaves are a fall favorite for dessert or breakfast, so feel free to enjoy it after Thanksgiving dinner or alongside a pumpkin spice latte on chilly fall mornings.