Slow Cooker French Wine and Mustard Chicken.
Sharing the 30 Most Popular Fall Recipes to help inspire you to cook and bake all season long. This collection of recipes is the top most popular autumn dishes on HBH. AND, I’m including my personal favorites too! It’s the beginning of the coziest time of year. So cozy up inside and cook up something delicious with these warming fall recipes.
I’ve made no secret of the fact that fall is my favorite season. I love the crisp days, the colors on the trees, the pumpkins, apples, and all the warming, cozy recipes. Fall is very much MY season. If this is making you roll your eyes because you’ve heard me say this a zillion times, I’m sorry, but I just can’t help it. My excitement is too great not to share with you all.
With the official start to autumn just days away I thought I’d take a break from sharing a brand new recipe and do something a little different. I don’t often share these “recipe round-ups”. But from what you all are telling me, you really enjoying seeing recipes grouped together like this, especially seasonal recipes. So, I listened and am giving you what you asked for. Here’s a list of the 30 Most Popular Fall Recipes ever to be shared on HBH. These recipes are without a doubt some of my favorites that I’ve shared…because again, fall is my favorite.
I hope you guys are into this autumn round-up. Please let me know if you want to see more posts like this on HBH. Or even if you have suggestions on how to make them better!! I always love your comments, suggestions, and feedback!
PS. some of these posts are much, much older HBH post, so forgive the blurry photos…they make me cringe.
30. slow cooker creamy wild rice soup with butter roasted mushrooms
The coziest, creamiest bowl of soup. And those butter roasted mushrooms? Too good for words.
29. healthier instant pot coq au vin
For those cold fall and winter nights when you want a fancy slow-braised chicken, but you want it ready in less than an hour.
28. slow cooker saucy Thai butternut squash curry
This most DELICIOUS autumn-inspired curry…extra saucy, spicy, sweet, and served over egg noodles.
27. fall harvest Honeycrisp apple and kale salad
All the best produce that fall has to offer combined into one big beautiful salad. Healthy, simple, delicious, and perfectly fitting for cool, crisp fall evenings.
26. crockpot three-cheese mashed potatoes
Simply put, these are the best. Serve them with everything.
25. sheet pan harissa chicken with chickpeas and sweet potatoes
Nothing beats a sheet pan dinner.
24. instant pot broccoli cheddar and zucchini soup
Better than Panera! It’s cozy but healthy, easy, and so delicious.
23. baked brie and prosciutto rolls
So easy, but also the best appetizer for just about everything. Nothing not to love about prosciutto and brie together.
22. slow cooker herbed chicken and rice pilaf
I turned everyone’s favorite dinner into an easy and delicious slow cooker recipe using pantry staples. This slow-cooked chicken dinner is a hearty, but healthy meal to come home to after a busy day.
21. 30 minute butter chicken meatballs
A delicious mix of cozy and healthy…and also everyone’s favorite.
20. healthy slow cooker turkey and white bean chili
Nothing beats a slowly simmered chili on a cold October day. This bowl of chili is a hearty, healthy and cozy dinner that you can feel good about eating.
19. pumpkin beer pretzels with chipotle queso
Everyone’s favorite game-day snack. These are the BEST pretzels, and yes, that dip is pretty delicious too.
To this day, this is one of my favorite HBH cocktails. It’s perfection…sweet, gingery, and topped off with pretty pomegranate arils. My favorite.
17. salted caramel mocha + Nutella brownies
Fudgy brownies swirled with caramel sauce AND Nutella. A real sweet treat.
16. sweet ‘n’ spicy roasted butternut squash pizza with cider caramelized onions
The title tells you everything you need to know. Truly.
15. cranberry brie pastry tarts
Idiot proof. Addicting. SO EASY.
14. extra flakey broccoli cheddar soup mini pies
Broccoli cheddar soup tucked into a cute little handheld pie.
13. baked sweet potato parmesan tater tots
Best autumn appetizer, side dish, or game-day snack!
12. simple baked Italian oregano meatballs
The ideal Sunday night family dinner…that’s actually easy enough for any night of the week.
11. Thai pumpkin laksa with crunchy “fried” chickpeas
Love, Love, Love this soup. It’s spicy, warming, and topped with crunchy chickpeas. Nothing not to love.
10. coconut sweet potato lentil soup with rice
When you’re in need of warming comfort food, but you also want healthy.
9. spicy pumpkin and pesto cheese stuffed shells
I make this every single fall. It’s one of my favorite one skillet pastas
7. better for you instant pot chicken and spinach ramen
The essential fall recipe. We all need ramen in our lives. Bonus that this is healthier.
6. Indian coconut butter cauliflower
The perfect healthy, but still delicious, alternative to the traditional heavier version. It has a quick 30 minute cooking time and uses pantry staple ingredients. Which makes this recipe perfect for any night of the week.
5. sweet potato gnocchi with herbed white wine pan sauce
It is savory, buttery, and oh so cheesy. Perfect fall gnocchi. The sauce is everything.
4. chocolate bourbon pecan pie cupcakes with butter pecan frosting
Think chocolate cake meets pecan pie. I haven’t made these cupcakes in SO LONG, but need to so this November. Because oh my gosh, these are SO good. And decadent. And just delicious!
Because I LOVE Sunday night dinner. This one is cozy, hearty, and everyone loves it. Bonus? It’s EASY and slow cooks all day long.
2. salted caramel apple snickers cake
A true oldie but goodie recipe. It’s very decadent, very delicious, and SO FUN. Thinking about creating a new twist on this cake. Thoughts?
1. 30 minute Thai peanut chicken ramen
Best for those nights when you need a cozy, healthy dinner, and you need it fast. All made in the instant pot (or in one pot on the stove), using healthy, pantry staple, ingredients. It’s creamy, spicy, filled with veggies, lean chicken, and ramen noodles. Perfect for a cold night in, after a long busy day.
My Current Favorites Include…
pumpkin coffee cake muffins with cinnamon honey butter
milk chocolate stuffed jack-o’-lantern cookies
pesto polenta with thyme roasted mushrooms and chickpeas
broccoli cheddar chicken and rice casserole
spiced pecan apple cider doughnut cake
french onion and apple grilled cheese
Lastly, if you make any of the 30 most popular fall recipes I’ve listed here, be sure to leave a comment and/or give the recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!
These all sounded delicious to say the least, it truly got me so excited for fall and I am going to make it a goal to do one a week. Thank you so much and cant wait for more recipes !
Thanks so much! I hope you love the recipes! xTieghan
glad i found this, it is hard to plan a menu with everyone home 24×7 and there are several things I will try from your list. Happy Fall!
Thank you so much Binny! I hope you love all of the recipes you try! xTieghan
Those fingernails sure are dirty! Nasty looking.
to paraphrase dorothy,
tieghan and recipes and yum, oh my!!!
Haha i love that! Thank you Susan! xTieghan
I made the spiced pecan apple cider donut cake this weekend. It was DELICIOUS! Took it to work and everyone raves about it. However, when I sliced it, it just broke apart. What did I do wrong?
Hey Jen, what do you mean it fell apart? Like in what way? Did it split in half or did it crumble?
I am sorry you had trouble. Was there anything you did differently at all? Any ingredients different? Method of baking this? Any info will be helpful to help me problem solve and figure out what might be happening for you. It’s hard to know without knowing any details. Hope I can help you! xTieghan
Your fall recipes are the best! These all look amazing! 🙂
Thank you! xTieghan
I like the roundups! Keep ‘em coming.
Thank you Rebecca! xTieghan
I really didn’t see any blurry photos. How did you up your photography game? Did you take a class or teach yourself? I ask because i love looking at your photos, you do a great job!
Hi Judy! I taught myself, actually! I just progressed throughout the years. I am really glad you like it, thank you! xTieghan
Why do I always want to make – pin – print every one of your recipes? Thank you, thank you for all these beautiful recipes!
That is so sweet! I am so glad you love my recipes, Gayle! xTieghan
Love this recipe roundup! ? I’m going to use this for my meal planning next week! Would love another roundup of recipes that are “quick and easy dinners” or “30 minute meals”. I’m a new mommy and my cooking time has just been cut down by half or more most nights!
Thank you so much Crystal! I hope you love some of these recipes! xTieghan
OMG, you are such a bad person 😉 No, no, of course not, JK!
Now, it’s early morning (6 am) and I am drooling over your pics making hig-end food porn. Sorry, but your recipes and photos are so awesome and inspiring!!
Thank you so much Sonja! xTieghan