If you’re looking for tasty, satiating and warm dinner recipes to enjoy during this fall, you’ve come to the right place.
After all, Thanksgiving is a time of celebration, but why not celebrate every other Fall day with delicious dinners?
The good news is you don’t have to cook for hours to get a delicious, warm dinner.
Most of the recipes below can be made within 30 min or an hour max.
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Cranberry Rosemary One Pan Chicken
Even if you’re not into the Paleo diet, I strongly suggest you don’t discard this one.
This Cranberry Rosemary Chicken recipe is absolutely delicious and it has become a staple Fall recipe for my family.
As the name suggests, you won’t have to waste time washing a ton of dishes afterward since this is a one-pan recipe.
But again, its strongest selling point is the taste. It is just SO Delicious.
Seriously, I’d like to know what you think of this one. Please leave a comment!
Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili
Let’s start with this ridiculously easy recipe to make in the slow cooker.
Perfect for families, game day and holiday party, this White Chicken Chili is as delicious as it is healthy.
You’ll need chicken breast, onions, white beans, whole kernel corn, garlic, cream cheese, and heavy cream.
Mashed Potato Casserole with Crispy Chicken
This mashed potato casserole contains everything to make it tasty And satiating.
With crispy chicken, Cheddar cheese, and corn, here’s an easy Fall recipe that will make everyone happy.
By the way, if you have some leftover mashed potatoes, then this is an absolute must. Nobody will notice you used the leftovers!
Award-winning Potato Soup
This roundup would never be complete without the traditional Potato soup.
If you’re looking to make a Potato soup that isn’t as bland and basic as the traditional one, this recipe from SugarSpunRun.com will blow your taste buds.
With bacon, onions, and a lot of cheese and sour cream, this Potato soup is really creamy and satiating.
If you have kids and they hate soup (if your kids love soup, I’d like to meet them!!), then this is probably the one they’ll hate the least. Heck, they may even like it!
Roasted Carrots − Pecans & Goat Cheese
I first found this recipe when I was searching for Thanksgiving recipes.
But now that I’ve tried it, I must admit I can’t accept eating this only once a year!
So now it has become a Fall favorite as well.
It’s ridiculously easy to make, so healthy and ridiculously fresh.
It’s really like eating at a Gourmet restaurant, minus the steep price tag.
Crockpot Chicken Pot Pie
Here’s delicious comfort food that doesn’t take any effort!
You’ll need some basic ingredients such as chicken breast, milk, onions, potatoes, your favorite vegetables, celery, and buttermilk biscuits.
I promise nobody will know you made this delicious dinner in 5 minutes. And everyone will ask for seconds!
Which is perfect to spend more time with your family, and less time in the kitchen during the holidays.
Vegan Pumpkin Ravioli
I’m not vegan by any stretch of the imagination, but sometimes I like to eat a meat-free dish.
This is probably one of the few vegan recipes in my cooking repertoire, and it’s absolutely perfect as a Fall dinner.
The delicious taste of Pumpkin combined with satiating Ravioli topped with nutritional yeast and Pecans − can you already taste it?
It’s a really great Fall recipe that even your kids will love.
And again, you don’t have to be vegan to make it!
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