Fall Brunch Recipes Starring Squash, Apples, and Pumpkins
There's already a cool breeze in the air, so that can only mean one thing: It's time for some hearty brunch recipes to spice up the season. We know you'll gladly take *all* the pumpkin recipes, but while you're shopping at your local farmers' market this fall, arm yourself with some apples, squashes, corn, and sweet potatoes in anticipation of the weekend's best meal. Read on for some brunch recipes to cure your fall fever quicker than the color on leaves can change.
We're going to squash this right here and right now: Butternut squash is just as good for breakfast as it is for dinner. Just look at the ooey gooeyness. (via Julie's Jazz)
Wake up on the right side of the bed with these scrumptious muffins. If you've never tasted these before, think about how tasty a spiced apple cake mixed with a carrot cake would be baked in one muffin. Yeah, it's that good. (via Baker by Nature)
Whether you're hosting a family brunch or just looking to switch things up, you absolutely need this recipe in your life. Plump prunes and brown sugar sweeten the baked oatmeal, which is perfect with the cranberry sauce served on the side. (via Kitchen Confidante)
Don't think for a minute that this bowl is going to leave you hangry in one hour. It's made with pumpkin puree, almond milk, and banana, making it *super* filling. For added nutrients, it's topped with apples, chia seeds, and walnuts, leaving no room for hunger attacks. (via The Almond Eater)
There's just something about a sweet and spicy mixture that drives our taste buds insane. This recipe adds to the craziness with roasted hatch chiles, chili powder, and crispy sweet potatoes. (via Macheesmo)
Cinnamon rolls always taste the best when they're homemade. Add some caramel and apples to the mix and it blows the socks off of store-bought options any day. (via Little Spice Jar)
If you're not drooling over this gluten-free and vegan recipe already, we're not sure if we can be friends. Seriously. We want to scoop the cranberry, apple, pears, and pineapple mixture over vanilla yogurt and lick the bowl clean. (via Cotter Crunch)
Creamy pumpkin is sandwiched between crispy bread coated in pecans and drizzled in maple syrup. (via Savory Nothings)
Is it really fall without grabbing a bottle of apple cider? We don't think so either and that's why these donuts are extra special. (via Glue Sticks and Gumdrops)
Here's a hearty recipe to stick to your bones for those chilly days. Covered in berries and toasted nuts, this oatmeal can be prepared the night before. (via Diethood)
Whether you eat your flapjacks cut in triangles or squares, you're going to love how this recipe shapes up. Caramelized pecans and brown sugar sweeten the deal, but a drizzle of maple sugar is non-negotiable. (via Belle Vie)
Red potatoes, acorn squash, and turkey sausage are seasoned with rosemary and thyme. Kale is also wilted in it with sage to add some good old earthy flavors. (via The Original Dish)
Pecan adds a nutty flavor to this slow cooked recipe. Unsweetened almond milk makes it a creamy bowl of goodness. (via Well Plated)
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