Cozy Up To These Fall Recipes

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The days are getting shorter, and the temperatures are cooling down. Before you know it, you’ll be digging out your winter coat and getting ready to say goodbye to the summer months. But before you do, make sure to check out these fall recipes courtesy of our favorite food bloggers at the Food Network.

Balsamic-Roasted Brussels Sprouts

The coming of autumn marks an opportunity for all sorts of fun seasonal ingredients that are sure to reinvigorate your cooking routine. Enter Brussel Sprouts. Brussels sprouts are a versatile fall vegetable that can be baked, fried, and even grilled. Here’s an easy recipe for Balsamic-Roasted Brussels Sprouts that’s sure to impress.

The Best Sweet Potato Casserole

We all love the fall season! Crisp air, crunchy leaves, gorgeous colors, and of course, sweet potatoes! If you’re looking for a delicious, warm, and hearty fall recipe, look no further than this Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe. The slightly crunchy crumb topping provides a delightful contrast to the creamy and soft mashed sweet potatoes. Brown sugar, vanilla, butter, and eggs give the filling a rich caramel flavor and a pumpkin pie-like texture. Your friends and family will love it!

Ultimate Beef Stew

Fall is a favorite season for many. The cool air, roaring fireplaces, sweaters, football games, and best of all…Beef Stew! After the hustle and bustle of summer, it’s nice to slow down and enjoy the fresh flavors of fall in a delicious slow-cooked stew. If you like a rich and hearty beef stew that is both easy and makes the kitchen smell good all day, then this recipe is perfect for you! As a bonus, it is easy to make in bulk, and the flavors deepen overnight. Brown your meat in batches and caramelize the onions and garlic. Cook low-and-slow in the oven, and presto! You have a delicious meal. Have a taste and see what you think!

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Four Flavor Sheet Pan Pie

Thanksgiving is a time for friends and family to gather and enjoy a lovely meal. Making sure everyone is happy with the menu choices can be a challenge. Especially when it comes to dessert. This Four Flavor Sheet Pan Pie provides a simple way to quadruple your pie with a clever hack. Apple, cherry, pumpkin, and pecan all live together in one giant slab that’s sure to satisfy the entire crowd no matter their taste. It’s a lot of work to make four individual pies, but with this solution, it will be done in a jiffy!

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