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7 Cozy Baking Recipes for Fall 

Warm sweaters and crunchy leaves might hint at the start of fall, but to us it’s baking that really solidifies the change. As temperatures drop, cozy up in the kitchen to make seasonal treats that will warm your hearts and satisfy your taste buds.

Cornbread Cornsticks

1. Cheesy Herb Cornsticks

It’s hard to improve homemade cornbread, but when you add cheese, suddenly you realize it can be done. These cornsticks were made to be dunked. Enjoy with your favorite fall soups and chilis.  

Cinnamon Rolls

2. Classic Cinnamon Rolls

Does the sight of a gooey cinnamon roll make you salivate? Us too. Make these for your next family breakfast for a finger-licking good time. Made in our 9 x 13 Casserole, you'll have enough for seconds.

Slices of apple tart on multiple plates

3. Apple Tarte Tatin

Looking for an elevated twist on apple pie? This French treat caramelizes the fruit in butter and sugar first, before baking, and then layers the fruit on top of puff pastry. The result? Flaky texture and fall flavors.

scones on a wooden table

4. Cranberry Scones

Don’t wait until Thanksgiving to enjoy cranberries. They make delicious baked goods, like these scones. One baked, you can enjoy them all week. Simply cut the scone in half, re-heat it in a toaster oven, and serve with butter and jam.

Brown Sugar Butter Tarts

5. Brown Sugar Butter Tarts

Every fall this recipe returns to our must-bake list. Just look that that photo—need we say more? Their crunchy and gooey texture, mixed with the classic brown sugar flavor makes them the perfect transition dessert from summer to fall.

Gingerbread Pear Upside Down Skillet Cake

6. Gingerbread Pear Upside Down Skillet Cake

Embrace seasonal flavors with this beloved skillet cake. It’s delightfully moist and by simmering the pears in brown sugar and butter, you get the addition of a caramelized texture once you turn out the cake.

Maple Cornmeal Biscuit Recipe

7. Maple Cornmeal Biscuits

We love these biscuits for fall breakfasts. Pair them with eggs and bacon, either on the side, or as the vehicle for a sweet and savory breakfast sandwich.

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