From apples to pears, from pies to cobblers, here’s a collection of the best fall dessert recipes you will ever need to help you and your family/party guests stay warm and toasty!
The Pacific Northwest currently is in the middle of what is supposed to be the biggest storm it has seen in a long time. Three separate storms are apparently all going head to head near our coast, and we’re seeing the brunt of their meeting.
Outside, the wind is whipping, raindrops are slamming against windows, and, well, it’s darn chilly out there. It’s SO cold, people! I know, it’s like 55 degrees, but with the wind and the rain, it feels much colder!
But inside… inside I intend to fill it with the warmth of our oven and fill the air with scents of fall yumminess. And, since today is National Dessert Day, I thought it would be especially fun to share some delicious fall dessert recipes from some of my favorite fellow food bloggers!
Pear Cobbler with Almond Whipped Cream
The crispness of pears softened in a beautifully baked cobbler. Marisa Guerrero of Margaritas in the Rain shares this sweet recipe for pear cobbler with almond whipped cream. This would be such a sweet dish to share at my next mom’s brunch, or any of our family weekend brunches enjoyed leisurely over copious cups of coffee (me) and milk (the kiddos).
Get the recipe: Pear Cobbler with Almond Whipped Cream from Margaritas in the Rain.
Mini Apple Pies
If you follow this blog, you know: I love miniature foods, and single serving foods, especially for parties. These mini apple pies are perfect for families because you can each have your OWN pie!
Get the recipe: Mini Apple Pies
Cranberry Bliss Bars
If you’re a fan of the Starbucks Cranberry Bliss Bars, then you will LOVE this recipe from Tiffany Krause-Prather, one-half of the newly married husband-wife team of Thyme of Taste. These look AMAZING!
Get the recipe: Cranberry Bliss Bars from Thyme of Taste.
Nana’s Old Fashioned Gingerbread
Sometimes, you just need a warm, delicious loaf of gingerbread to get you through the chilly fall days. This gingerbread recipe from Renee Butcher at The Goodhearted Woman is simple, easy, and looks like the best comfort food on cold days.
Get the recipe: Nana’s Old Fashioned Gingerbread from The Good Hearted Woman.
What dessert collection would be complete without some Halloween Pumpkin Cookies? Meagan Wristen of Mommy Travels did an adorable job with these cookies! This would be a fun recipe to whip up with the kids on a rainy day.
Get the recipe: Pumpkin Cookies from Mommy Travels.
Caramel Pear Tartlets
I cannot get over how stunning these tartlets are. Erin Lynch from Platings and Pairings always does an incredible job creating beautiful dishes, and this one looks almost too pretty to eat! Almost… I would totally eat a few in one sitting. This dessert recipe would be fabulous to show off and serve at a fall dinner party!
Get the recipe: Salted Caramel Apple Tartlets from Platings and Pairings.
Salted Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
There are days, when the only cure is a big batch of warm, chewy chocolate chip cookies. I love the addition of pumpkin and sea salt to these chocolate cookies by Rebekah Hubbard of PDX Food Love.
Get the recipe: Salted Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies from PDX Food Love.
When you want a fast, simple, easy and delicious dessert to serve, try this pear tartlet recipe. It’s SO easy, and anytime I have served this, they go quickly!
Get the recipe: Pear Tartlets
I hope you enjoyed this recipe collection of the best fall dessert recipes from some of my favorite fellow food bloggers!
Which desserts do you think you will be making this fall?