After a sweltering summer, fall's crisp air has finally graced the Virginia countryside.
I am, of course, ecstatic. It's the most wonderful time of the year for me: the fireplace is finally roaring again, my pumpkin carving candle is burning, and my cozy sweaters have burst from their space bag.
Which all means that you too, my dear friends, are craving cozy recipes! I received an email from Kristi K. about sharing more 'popular recipes' round ups, in particular my own personal faves. And I'm totally here for it!
So while I shared the most popular summer recipes this year, I wanted to share the most popular fall recipes, both yours and my own! These are the top autumnal recipes y'all go back to time and time again each year, along with a few of my own that I must have every time the weather calls for cozy food.
What are your favorite fall recipes and what would you like to see come to the blog? Let me know in the comments below! Tell me all about it.
Top Fall Recipes 2022
A personal fave of mine!
This sweet potato pie is an update on the classic, all you need is a shot of bourbon, sugar, and a culinary torch for something that impresses everyone who lays eyes on it.
Y'all love this beautiful deep dish pie, absolutely jam-packed with all those apples you picked! Work has definitely been rewarded here.
Because making it at home makes it taste better...probably because you didn't have to brave traffic or get trapped by the irresistible lure of Target.
A personal fave of mine!
This easy apple butter recipe is made in the slow cooker and is absolutely fabulous spread over some warm homemade brioche toast.
Y'all love this just as much as that one nurse who snuck in and stole a whole loaf when my husband brought it to work. It's so delish and gets better by the day.
Fall is the time for movie marathons, and you know we love our family movie nights, too! Deep dish pizza made in one hour takes care of dinner just in time for Hocus Pocus.
These potatoes are incredibly fluffy and tender on the inside, yet amazingly crisp on the outside – and loaded with garlic butter and delicious parmesan cheese. No one can resist, including y'all!
Crisp on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside, and studded with spiced, brown butter apples, these apple fritter donuts are even better than the ones at the bakery.
This was a special request by a reader, Megan! It's new this year but baby, it is a huge hit this fall season.
This delicious autumn twist on the traditional babka has sweet apple butter swirled throughout the rich, buttery brioche-like dough. Definitely the perfect baked good for those cloudy autumn days.
This is another personal favorite of mine. It's not fall without this rich, hearty, mouthwatering stew over mashed potatoes with a side of garlic rolls. Mmm...
Easy classic French Onion Soup is a reader top soup fave! Made from scratch with perfectly caramelized onions that are simmer in a beefy broth, then topped with toasted baguette and delicious golden-brown, bubbly cheese. a reader top soup fave!
It's an easy, flavorful, old-fashioned recipe made with melt-in-your-mouth tender chunks of beef, vegetables, and potatoes in a savory gravy. This hearty stew is classic comfort food.
These yeast rolls are just as buttery, soft, and delicious as the pans of rolls you buy at the store. Even has the nostalgic smell as they bake.
This recipe for classic southern candied yams has been one of my family's favorite thanksgiving side dishes for generations. I love these candied yams so much that I had to put it onto this list. They're sweet and spiced with cinnamon!
These easy and sweet cookies bring me back to my mama's holiday baking! Chewy Brown Sugar Pecan cookies topped with a praline icing drizzle (or dunk!) for a delicious cookie spin on the classic Southern candy.
This recipe goes crazy every sunday in the autumn. And it's really perfect for those sunday suppers: a one pan plan of rich, hearty roasted chuck with carrots and potatoes. Easy win.
Y'all absolutely love my mac and cheese (and so do I)! It's ooey gooey, creamy, and such an easy recipe with maximum results.
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Eden Westbrook is the recipe developer, writer, and photographer behind Sweet Tea and Thyme. A classically trained chef, Eden has inspired home cooks into the kitchen with cultural comfort foods, easy family-friendly eats and sweets, and glorious spreads for date night and entertaining since 2015.
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