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Fast, fresh and easy fall favorite recipes.
Easy Lattice Apple Pie
A gorgeous, bakery-quality pie is within your reach. This foolproof recipe hurries things along with a simple shortcut for a lattice crust and no blind baking.
Weeknight Chicken and Dumplings
We’ve taken a dish that traditionally takes hours and sped it up thanks to some quick-cooking boneless chicken thighs and the use of rendered bacon fat to build depth of flavor fast.
Penne with Pulled Short Rib Ragu
Boneless short ribs get fork-tender thanks to the slow cooker and then tossed with pasta and a bacon-enhanced tomato sauce.
Creepy Bagel Pizzas
Add some spookiness to your Halloween spread with these ghoulish appetizers. They’re so simple and tasty that everyone will want to sink their fangs into them.
Baked Streusel Apples
This dessert is easy to whip up with just a few pantry staples like nutty oats, warm spices, and brown sugar.
Crispy Fish Sandwiches
Barbecue potato chips are the secret crunch weapon in these sandwiches featuring pan-fried cod cakes and creamy ranch dressing.
Cranberry Crunch Muffins
Here’s a great muffin hack: Use store-bought granola as a crunchy topping. Simply sprinkle on top just before popping the muffins into the oven.
Quick Honey-Nut Puff Pastry Buns
Keep sheets of puff pastry in your freezer at all times to whip up scrumptious breakfast treats like these almond rolls sweetened with just a touch of honey.
Crispy Monster Treats
A little green food coloring and some sweet and salty snacks transform your favorite cereal treats into a frighteningly festive Halloween dessert.
Let the kids help bring these spooky chocolate cupcakes to life by having them add the red “eyes” and pipe on the “rags.”
Pimiento Cheese Eyeballs
These creepy peepers will be a huge hit at your next Halloween party. Make them ahead and keep them in the fridge for up to a day before the big bash.
Not for the faint of heart, this eerie twist on crudité is served with a super scary dip (don’t worry, it’s just beet juice!).
Balance out all that Halloween candy with this better-for-you snack featuring tart apples and nuts. Just be sure to remove the clove eyes before letting the kids chow down.
Beet Noodles with Turkey Bolognese
Not only are beet noodles nutritious and low-carb, but these red root veggies come pre-packaged, so there’s no messy prep required.
Buttery Turnips with Chives
This simple side relies on honey and butter to highlight the sweetness of this oft-overlooked root veggie.
Parsnip Oven Fries with Spicy Dipping Sauce
Your kids will forget all about regular fries when digging into this version made with sweet parsnips.
Roasted Root Veggie Medley
Using a mix of different root vegetables gives this simple side a complexity you’d never guess from its list of just four ingredients.
Cheesy Corn Muffins
Cheese? Yes, please! Amping up the sweet flavor of corn muffins by adding some sharp Cheddar takes these from sideshow to main attraction.
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