Pull Apart Parmesan Sage Butter Brioche Rolls.
Sharing the 35 Most Popular Fall Recipes to help inspire you to cook and bake all season long. This collection of recipes are all of the top most popular autumn dishes on HBH. AND, I’m including a few of my personal favorites too! It’s the beginning of the coziest time of year, which only means the most delicious food. Start planning those autumn dinners and cook up something delicious with these warming fall recipes.
Hey, hi! Happy Monday!! It’s not quite fall just yet, but all of you who know me know that my love of autumn is strong. With the official start of fall only about a week away, I wanted to take time today to share our most popular autumn recipes. For as much as I love creating and sharing new recipes with you guys each season, I’m also excited about recipes I’ve shared throughout the years.
So much new content is being shared each and every day, it’s nice to highlight favorites from the past too! So that’s what I’m doing here today.
Clearly, I am excited. There are so many recipes on this list that bring back favorite memories from years past. I love how food has the ability to remind us of the memories we find the most special.
With that in mind, here is a list of the 35 Most Popular Fall Recipes ever to be shared on HBH. And when I say most popular, I really do mean it. I didn’t just pick my favorites or the recipes with the prettiest photos. Nope, I actually went throughout analytics and pulled the top posts over all eight years of HBH autumn recipes. These are the tried and true favorites that so many of you keep coming back to year after year. As crazy as it is, some of these recipes are from the first couple years of HBH, so please excuse any blurry, not so pretty photos…
It took me a minute to get the hang of food photography, but eventually, I got better!
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!
35. Slow Cooker Red Wine Sunday Ragù Pasta
34. Easy Swirled Cinnamon Sugar Croissant Loaf
33. 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.
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.
28. 30 Minute Butter Chicken Meatballs
A delicious mix of cozy and healthy…and also everyone’s favorite.
Better than Panera! It’s cozy but healthy, easy, and so delicious.
Everyone’s favorite game-day snack. These are the BEST pretzels, and yes, that dip is pretty delicious too.
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.
Idiot proof. Addicting. SO EASY.
19. 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.
Broccoli cheddar soup tucked into a cute little handheld pie.
This most DELICIOUS autumn-inspired curry…extra saucy, spicy, sweet, and served over egg noodles.
Best autumn appetizer, side dish, or game-day snack!
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.
When you’re in need of warming comfort food, but you also want healthy.
6. Better For You Instant Post Chicken and Spinach Ramen
The essential fall recipe. We all need ramen in our lives. Bonus that this is healthier.
5. 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.
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.
3. Salted Caramel Apple Snickers Cake
A true oldie but goodie recipe. It’s very decadent, very delicious, and SO FUN.
One of the very first recipes I ever shared!
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.
Smoky Harvest Apple Cider Margarita
Pumpkin Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Pumpkin Coffee Cake Muffins with Cinnamon Honey Butter
Milk Chocolate Stuffed Jack-O’-Lantern Cookies
Cream Cheese Swirled Pumpkin Bread with Salted Maple Butter
Fall Harvest Roasted Butternut Squash and Pomegranate Salad
Prosciutto Apple and Sage Butter Chicken with Cider Pan Sauce
French Onion and Apple Grilled Cheese
Spicy Pumpkin and Pesto Cheese Stuffed Shells
Pumpkin Beer Broccoli Cheddar Soup
Healthier 30 Minute Beer Braised Chicken
If you make any of the 35 Most Popular Fall Recipes be sure to leave a comment and/or give this 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!
I can’t wait to try these yummy looking recipes!! Thank you for your inspiration!!
Thank you Kim! xTieghan
I found your site when trying to find a good ramen recipe, and I’ve now made your Crockpot Crispy Caramelized Pork Ramen Noodle Soup w/Curry Roasted Acorn Squash recipe 3 or 4 times for the fam. I was just now perusing the rest of your offerings and I’m really impressed with both the recipes and the photography! My recipe repertoire has been feeling a little stale lately (thanks in no small part to all of the cooking I’ve been doing thanks to covid) and I’m excited to add maybe half of the recipes on this page, along with a few others, to the rotation. Thanks so much!
p.s. I’ve got a friend traveling across the country next month who will be stopping at my place for a night. They aren’t stopping at any restaurants along the way for covid reasons, so I’m stoked to get some crispy caramelized pork ramen going for them to freshen them up for the last leg of their trip!
Hi Brian! I am so happy you have been loving my pork ramen recipe!! I hope you continue to enjoy all of the others you try! Also, so sweet of you to make it for them, I hope they have safe travels! xTieghan
These recipes are BEAUTIFUL and I cannot wait time try them! Yummmmmmmmm.
Thank you for your generosity in sharing and in rounding them up together for us so that all these gorgeous fall foods can be in 1 spot. Good food is for sharing, and what a gift yours is!
Thank you Rachel! I am so happy you like these and I hope you love the recipes you try! xTieghan
I’ve seen so many people praising your recipes online lately. I’m so excited to look through this. Thanks for sharing “the best of the season”!
Aw that is sweet to hear! I am really glad this turned out so well for you! xTieghan
I saw several recipes I liked but couldn’t get the recipe.
Hi Diane! The recipes are linked under the photo in the post! Please let me know if there is anything else I can help with! xTieghan
Where can I get these recipes?
Hi Nancy! They are all linked under the photo in this post! Please let me know if there is anything else I can help with! xTieghan
Amazing recipes. You sure do love mushrooms. So do I!
Yes!! I am glad you do as well! I hope you love some of these recipe if you get a chance to try them! xTieghan
These all look so delicious and I’m super hungry now! Started off fall by making the Zuppa Toscana and it was amazing! We’ll definitely be making it again! Thanks for posting such amazing recipes (especially love the ones for the instant pot)! I’ll be getting your cookbooks for Christmas this year, and I’m so excited:D
Love that!! I hope you love both of the cookbooks, Monique! Also, I hope you love some of these recipes! xTieghan
Do you have any Keto friendly meals? I love you recipes and would love to try some of you do!!
Hi Brenda! I am not sure that I have entirely keto friendly meals yet, but I would be excited to look into it! xTieghan
Made the French onion soup grilled cheese! It was absolutely incredible.
I am so glad you liked this one!! I hope you love all of the others you try as well, Emily! xTieghan
Loved this post! Could you make some recipes with biscoff? I don’t know about you, but I love the spiced flavor, and I can only imagine how amazing a biscoff-flavored dessert would taste!
Thanks so much for your kind message! I will definitely add this to my list:) xTieghan
All for more post like this, rounding off the top favorites! Can’t wait to cook up some yummy fall food!?
Thank you so much Corrianne! xTieghan
Love these round-up posts! As someone fairly new to your blog these are awesome for checking out some of your older fan favorites.
Yes love that you are able to see some older recipes! I hope you enjoy these if you get a chance to try any! xTieghan
Hey HBH team. I’ve been following your site for years. Ddont think Tieghan answers these comments herself these days as the responses aren’t really relevant to the comments anymore. Please don’t get so BIG that you overlook the small personal details that made us love you in the first place::))
Hi Joanne! Yes, its me answering the comments, as I always have! I have been super busy, so I apologize if they seem ingenuous at times! I hope you have an amazing week! xTieghan
As someone new to your blog I love seeing round up posts like this so I can discover gems that I have missed!
Thank you so much Ashley! xTieghan