Here is a collection of Fall recipe ideas I found on Pinterest and can’t wait to try.
I hope you all enjoy! Comment below which ones you want to try or if you have another great recipe to add!
This amazing Pumpkin French Toast recipe, I can’t wait to try this fall, comes from Cooking Classy with a Sprinkle of Fancy.
I love scones it’s safe to say I am a scone lover and these are a must try this fall! Thanks to Damn Delicious for this great recipe!
These yummy Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls are special treat that must be enjoyed warm and gooey! Sally’s Baking Addiction has perfected them check out the recipe and plan to make these soon!
The Autumn Chicken Salad with Honeycrisp Apples and Candied Walnuts, from the Cozy Apron, really is the best lunch for fall-well this-and the Apple Harvest Salad below from Life Made Simple.
Apple and Pork are like two peas in a pod really, and this recipe from Delightful E Made has both.
I am not a big fish eater but this glaze really makes this salmon look irresistible. The recipe is really quite simple thanks to the Scrumptious Pumpkin.
This Apple Cider Roasted Chicken with Butternut Squash has Fall written all over it! Not to mention pretty healthy for you too! Thank you to the Lemon Bowl for sharing this recipe.
We had so much fun at Apple Annies! It’s a great place to take the family for a little old fashion fun. As soon as we arrived Dad and Reyrey got our wagon, buckets, and apple pickers and we got to picking.
This trip was a family first! We had a contest to see who could pick the biggest apple and the most perfect apple. Seriously, I don’t know how all those apples at the store look so great!?! It’s tough to find ones without any marks, holes, or sun spots. Next we had a lunch of hamburgers, hotdogs, beans, and chips. Dessert was amazing we had fresh apple pie and ice cream! You could choose from vanilla or cinnamon ice cream. CINNAMON ice cream is amazing-I never had it before but now that will be my go to choice with apple pie!
Then we had a little fun with their cute little wooden cut out signs!
Then we headed to the CORN MAZE and PUMPKIN PATCH, its about 6 miles away from the apple orchard.
The pumpkin patch was definitely their favorite. The kids searched pretty much the whole field for their perfect pumpkin.
The corn maze was another family first! They have a challenge maze and an easy maze. We of course took the easy one with all the kids we didn’t want to lose one. Of course we did though…brave Reyrey decided he knew the way and Dad had to go find him when he decided it wasn’t the right way.
By the end of the day we were wiped out and glad to be home. We really enjoyed our early fall getaway! We hope to return to Apple Annies again next year!
They offer a lot more than just apple, pumpkins, and a corn maze!
If you want to learn more about Apple Annies you can visit their site >here<