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Autumn is coming, and I couldn’t be more excited!

Baked Buttermilk Pumpkin Doughnuts with Hot Cocoa Glaze | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

{pictured above: Baked Buttermilk Pumpkin Doughnuts with Hot Cocoa Glaze}

Eleven days and counting to be exact, which means… it’s time for my annual round-up of My Favorite Autumn Recipes!

YES. I literally look forward to this post every single year. Going through all my old pumpkin, apple, pomegranate and squash recipes just gets me so excited for what’s to come in the next few months. The weather here has already turned cool and crisp and even our leaves are beginning to change to their golden-yellow and orange colors. Fall in Summit County literally lasts about two seconds, so I’m trying to really embrace it and bust out some killer apple recipes for September, and pumpkin come October! OH, and of course a few Halloween goodies mixed in! Totally already plotting that holiday out… again, very excited!

Question: is there anything you guys would like to see show up on the blog this fall? Tons of pumpkin? Lots of apples? Cozy soups and stews? Pastas? Roasted veggies? Tell me now if you have ideas!

On a non-food related note, Mara had her baby on Friday night!! If you haven’t been following along this week, the goats have started to have their babies. First up was Layla, who had a boy and a girl. Next was Mara, who has the cutest little, all black, girl. Still to deliver is Tiramisu, who we think has three or four little baby goats still growing inside here. Ahhh yeah, I did say three or four, and if you’re wondering, she is HUGE. I mean, literally she looks like she is going to burst. Thinking her babies should be coming any minute now. So exciting!! We currently have a total of six goats, three adults and three kids, but the little goat family is still growing, so …to be continued.

OKok and now onto all the fall eats and drinks…

Warm and Cozy Breakfast…

Cinnamon Brioche Chocolate Chip French Toast Muffins | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Cinnamon Brioche Chocolate Chip French Toast Muffins with Coconut Streusel

Salted Honey, Apple and Gouda Toast

Sweet Potato Pie Cinnamon Rolls with Butter Whipped Meringue Frosting

Chocolate Cinnamon Swirl Pumpkin Brioche Bread

Pumpkin Butterbeer Hot Chocolate

Spiced Almond Pancakes with Candied Butternut Squash + Maple Butter | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Spiced Almond Pancakes with Candied Butternut Squash + Maple Butter

Maple Glazed Apple Fritters

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread French Toast Muffins

Coconut Pumpkin Spice Latte | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Coconut Pumpkin Spice Latte

Cinnamon Sugar Nutella Swirled Pumpkin Pie Pop-Tarts

Brown Butter Pecan + Maple Quinoa Autumn Harvest Granola Cinnamon Brioche Chocolate Chip French Toast Muffins | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Brown Butter Pecan + Maple Quinoa Autumn Harvest Granola

Overnight Pull-Apart Cinnamon Roll Bread

Seeded Whole Grain Breakfast Bread

Soup and Stews to Cozy up to…

Maple Cream Sweet Potato Soup with Cheddar Cinnamon Sugar Twist | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Maple Cream Sweet Potato Soup with Cheddar Cinnamon Sugar Twist

Chicken and Dumplings

Crockpot French Onion Soup

Thai Pumpkin Laksa with Crunchy “Fried” Chickpeas | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Thai Pumpkin Laksa with Crunchy “Fried” Chickpeas

Moroccan Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Soup

Crockpot Crispy Caramelized Pork Ramen with Curry Roasted Acorn Squash

Brie + Cheddar Apple Soup with Cinnamon Pecan Oat Crumble

Curried Butternut Squash Broccoli Cheddar and Goat Cheese Soup

Roasted Garlic Pumpkin Soup with Fried Pumpkin Seeds

Dinners to get excited for…

One-Pot Creamy French Onion Pasta Bake | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

One-Pot Creamy French Onion Pasta Bake

Crockpot Braised Red Wine Short Ribs with Cheddar Potato Perogies

Cranberry Pot Roast

Cincinnati Chili Stuffed Spaghetti Squash

Miso Browned Butter and Brie Pasta with Roasted Beets + Walnuts

Charred Brussels Sprout Pizza with Browned Sage Butter

Cider Apple and Sage Roasted Pork Chops with Brown Butter Gorgonzola Polenta | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Cider Apple and Sage Roasted Pork Chops with Brown Butter Gorgonzola Polenta

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  1. Talk about COZINESS galore! I have to try out your roasted pumpkin soup, oatmeal chocolate chunk skillet cookie, healthy caramel apples, maple quinoa autumn harvest granola, and stuffed spaghetti squash!

  2. Are you kidding me?!? I am drooling and itching to make ALL of these. I just love all the different flavors you bring into recipes. VERY few people do that which is why I dream of sharing a kitchen with you for a day to learn a little of your genius skills. My husband calls me a foodsnob (what do you expect of someone who grew up in Napa Valley?!), and your blog satisfies so many of my tastebuds.

  3. You are not only an amazing and creative chef, but those photos are mouth watering. Thank you for the fall recipes. Looking forward to making many of them. I truly am so happy to have found your blog!

  4. wow, dreams come true. how can I’ve found this autumn recipe heaven just now?? thank you sooooo much for making autumn even better than it already is. I was almost sad, when the list ended… 😉 this site just made my day 🙂

  5. I am definitely going to make several of these recipes! Thanks so much for sharing ^^
    I love fall too, unfortunately in Mexico City (where I live) seasons are barely noticeable….The light in the fall changes somehow, though. 🙂

  6. This is making me even more excited to be able to fire up my oven in a few weeks (still in 80s-90s in VA). ^_^ I would love to see some quick, tasty, and healthy dinners for my busy work week.

  7. Whoa! My head is spinning and my stomach is growling. What gorgeous photos. I’m saving this–what a wealth of recipes!

  8. I’d love to see some simple soups recipes! Like weeknight dinner soup kinda thing.
    Thanks for the list, I’ll go through that and try a whole bunch your recipes in the upcoming weeks.

  9. Your fall recipes are always the best! Fall recipes are what got me hooked to your blog. I can’t wait to see what you come up with this year! Cozy soup/stews, easy before-school breakfasts, and anything apple and pumpkin are my favorite. Fall is so busy with holidays that it is nice to have easy, warm, and spicy things to make. I would really like to have more Halloween themed dinner ideas too! And I really (really!!) love recipes where you include a mini side dish. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing work with us!

  10. did you say FALL?? WE’RE READY ? i’d love to see some yummy oatmeal recipes! or a rainy morning breakfast-in-bed style recipe would be really neat!! ?

  11. Hi. I very rarely write comments but I had to let you know how wonderful and talented you are. Both your recipes and your writings are above and beyond! I look forward everyday to seeing what you have to say and what you made. Let’s not forget your photography. Incredible!
    Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to your craft. You are truly appreciated.

  12. Tieghan, this post is so COZY looking. One of my favorite aspects of Autumn. Makes me want to curl up in a chunky wool sweater and sit by the fire with a cup of tea.

    I’d love to see lots and lots of GREEN this Autumn…in soups, in salads, in bowls, in pasta and grain dishes, in casseroles …in everything ( or almost)! I’d especially like recipes for some of the less-used greens and veggies…like mustard greens, turnip greens, broccoli rabe, chard, collards, etc. And warm spices, too….harissa, turmeric, spicy blends, etc.

    Thanks for asking for our input.

  13. I would love love love to see my comforting cozy soups! I’m stepping out of my confort zone and trying more of them, starting with your Cheddar Beer Soup! Please post more this Autumn!

  14. Fall on Half Baked Harvest is my favorite!! I can’t wait to make your Coq au Vin again; I make it at least once a month all throughout Fall and Winter 🙂 I am SO looking forward to more cozy, comforting soups and delicious baked goods, too… and your cookbook (counting down the days)!!

    1. YAY! This makes me so happy! I am so glad you love that recipe, and I hope you continue these ones throughout the season Rachel! Thanks so much!

  15. I get so lost in your posts…. an hour later I’m sitting here drooling over your creatively inspiring creations… I just don’t know where to start! They all look SOOO amazing! Your amazing! 🙂

  16. Congrats on your new Babies. I love goats. Actually I love all animals regardless of what they are. Just want to say the recipes here are totally awesome. Thanks.

  17. These Autumn recipes look amazing-thanks! If you still want to try to make a perfect swirl in your pumpkin swirl bread (and I think yours looks fantastic!) check out Paul Hollywood’s baking books. He’s a judge for The Great British Bake-Off (it’s called Great British Baking Show in the US and there’s a season now on Netflix) and he knows and explains all that sort of bread baking stuff. He’s a bread and baking genius!
    xo

  18. Savory pumpkin recipes, lots of soups and stews, and maybe some Tieghan’ed-up Crock-Pot classics! Oh, and winter squashes: acorn, butternut, spaghetti. Your fall recipes are my favorite!

  19. Wow what a list! As I go through each one, it’s just making me drool! That’s actually a hard question because with you, Tieghan everything looks and tastes awesome so I guess just keep doing what you do, a variety of everything good! I am super excited about fall as well, there’s just so much wonderful flavors going on. Not to mention all the leaves turning colors, so picturesque ?

  20. APPLE recipes are for this time of year. Not pumpkin yet. Can’t believe how many are doing pumpkin before apples. We live within 30 minutes of apple orchards and it is apple season here. Pumpkin is October and November to me.

    Apple muffins, apple crisp, apple cake or anything in between. My mother used to make a dried apple cake. Not my thing but lots of people loved it.

    I would still be wanting peach recipes if they were not all gone. )-:

    I am still voting!!!!

  21. This is such a great post and has also got me so excited for autumn! Thanks so much for putting these all together!! 😀

  22. Your homestead is growing!
    Is this the last day to vote for you??
    Can’t wait to hear how you did.
    Sorry, don’t want to jinx you.

  23. I did not follow you until this Spring, so these recipes are all NEW and look fabulous. Your photo are amazing. I can’t wait to cook Fall.
    Jane

  24. This post made me hungry and I just had breakfast! Gotta try these soon 🙂
    I’d love to see soups/stews this season on the blog. I always find that they’re perfect for the evenings when it’s getting cold. Cosy soups all the way 😀

  25. Hi!
    My family just loves your recipes!! Everything always turns out great 🙂
    I would love to see a lot of vegetarian recipes, especially cozy stews and soups.
    We have been vegetarian for a year now and i’m always doing a little happy dance when you put up a veggie recipe 🙂

    Thanks!!

    Diana

    1. Thank you!! Cozy soups and stews are surely coming and a few are veggie friendly too! I will have to think up some more creative veggies fall recipes though as well! 🙂