Topped with a gooey chocolate drizzle, this three-layered cake is as decadent as it gets.
Sure, the pie is delicious but just wait until you try the homemade, fall-inspired whipped cream.
What you'll need: pie plate ($7, )
Give your cast iron skillet a whirl by making this flavorful, colorful cornbread.
What you'll need: cast iron skillet ($15, )
Ditch the boxed cake and go homemade this year. There's truly nothing better than homemade frosting (besides cake, of course).
These are basically like biting into a pumpkin-spiced cloud.
There's pumpkin in the filling and the batter.
Save time by making this soup up to two days in advance. Then, fry up the sage and shiitakes right before serving.
Whether you're a corner crust lover or the middle piece is your game, this sheet pan pie has something for everyone.
Forget the pumpkin spice latte and nosh on dessert for breakfastinstead.
These single-serving trifles come together in under an hour — and you don't even have to turn the oven on.
If only every day could start with breakfast this cute.
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Dinner's ready, and it pretty much made itself thanks to the good ol' crockpot.
What you'll need: slow cooker ($30, )
Pumpkin pasta sauce is not only genius, but also healthier than cream-based sauces. Shout it from the rooftops.
Pumpkin on top of bread is always a good idea.
If you torch it, we will eat it.
What you'll need: ramekins ($15, )
Who else is guilty of craving pumpkin waffles all year long?
What you'll need: waffle maker ($40, )
Forget whatever your main course is. This side is about to steal the spotlight.
A warm and gooey cake is only made better when it's topped with cold vanilla bean ice cream.
Pumpkin and sage are like the Ross and Rachel of fall.
Now let's add a fried egg to that flavor combo and make it into a grilled cheese, shall we?
And you thought pumpkin couldn't get any more perfect.
Put down that box of pumpkin spice Oreos, and make these babies instead.
Pumpkin and chipotle mingle nicely in these portable little dough packets. Pack some for lunch and make everyone at work jealous.
Baked, not fried, so basically you can eat like ten. (Oh, and there's a vegan version!)
What you'll need: donut pan ($10, )
Basically all your favorite candy bars combined plus pumpkin.
Huge globs of butter are not optional.
When you've had enough of the pumpkin-spiced baked goods, these healthy little fritters are just the ticket.
And this is how you eat ice cream in the fall.