Find your new favorite fall recipe you’ll want to bake all season long. We’ve got cozy recipes with all your favorite fall flavors: pumpkin, pecan, apple and more.
Pumpkin Dessert Recipes
Pie Recipes to Try this Fall
Cozy Bread Baking Recipes
Fall Dinner Ideas
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Frequently Asked Questions
Which Pumpkin Puree should I use?
When it comes to baking, I think you’d be fine using either canned or fresh. I’ll always keep a few cans of regular pumpkin puree in my pantry because I love to bake with the stuff. It’s certainly significantly easier!
I think I will stay away from organic canned pumpkin, because that excess water content can really mess with so many recipes. Find out more in my Fresh vs. Canned Pumpkin Puree article.
What are the most popular kinds of pies?
Pumpkin pie and pecan pie are the two most popular pies nationally! I can see why – slices of these pies never last long at my house on Thanksgiving.
How to store pies:
Fruit pies keep at a cool room temperature, loosely covered, for up to 2 days. Pies containing eggs (pumpkin, custard, cream pies, etc.) should be refrigerated. Cover and refrigerate for up to 3 days. Note that the crust will become increasingly soggy the longer it’s stored.
How to store muffins:
Muffins are best served the day they’re baked. If you have leftovers, store them for up to 1 day in an airtight container at room temperature. Refresh in a 300°F oven for 5 minutes or reheat in the microwave for 10 seconds.
For best results, freeze leftover muffins in an airtight container for up to 3 months. Defrost overnight at room temperature or reheat in the microwave for about 1 minute.
How to make dinner rolls ahead of time:
Basically all yeast dough can be made ahead of time and baked off later on! For most bread rolls, I like to make the dough all the way through to rising once and shaping the rolls. Once the rolls are shaped, cover them and refrigerate for up to 24 hours. Bring to room temperature as the oven preheats before baking as the recipe directs. If the rolls haven’t doubled in size yet, allow to sit at room temperature until they do.
Refrigerating basically stunts the rise time and can actually allow more flavor to develop!
Rolls are best served the day they’re baked. However, you can easily reheat the rolls briefly in the oven or toaster oven at 300°F until warmed through to refresh.