20 Warm and Comforting Recipes to Get You Excited for Fall

20 Warm and Comforting Recipes to Get You Excited for Fall

From game-day snacks to fast (and freezable!) weeknight dinners.

September falls in the awkward time when we’re all transitioning between late summer and early fall, and Southerners react by focusing on two things: football season and comforting fall food.

Luckily we’ve got the perfect recipes to kick off tailgating time, including four game-day snack trays that’ll feed your crowd all season. These creative supper ideas range from pepper jelly-glazed baked chicken wings to bacony deviled eggs.

And what about the weeknights between game-day weekends? We’re glad you asked. Serve up one of our five fix-and-freeze dinner recipes—think sheet-pan shrimp fajita bowls and pasta shells stuffed with smoked pork—and a flavorful new (Indian-inspired!) twist on red beans and rice by chef Cheetie Kumar.

To finish any feast, there’s no better way to welcome autumn than with our best-ever old-fashioned apple pie. Tart, spiced apples plus a buttery latticed crust equals perfection—and your whole crew will agree.

Here are 20 cozy new recipes to get you excited for fall.

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September falls in the awkward time when we’re all transitioning between late summer and early fall, and Southerners react by focusing on two things: football season and comforting fall food.

Luckily we’ve got the perfect recipes to kick off tailgating time, including four game-day snack trays that’ll feed your crowd all season. These creative supper ideas range from pepper jelly-glazed baked chicken wings to bacony deviled eggs.

And what about the weeknights between game-day weekends? We’re glad you asked. Serve up one of our five fix-and-freeze dinner recipes—think sheet-pan shrimp fajita bowls and pasta shells stuffed with smoked pork—and a flavorful new (Indian-inspired!) twist on red beans and rice by chef Cheetie Kumar.

To finish any feast, there’s no better way to welcome autumn than with our best-ever old-fashioned apple pie. Tart, spiced apples plus a buttery latticed crust equals perfection—and your whole crew will agree.

Here are 20 cozy new recipes to get you excited for fall.

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