Best Fall Recipes To Help You Kick Off The Season

Best Fall Recipes To Help You Kick Off The Season is finally here everyone. I received an email from Pillsbury about their best fall recipes to kick off the season.  A lot of us is doing the preparation on what to cook for this coming Thanksgiving, Christmas and so on.  It’s that time of the year where the house is going to start smelling all the cooking and baking that is happening in the kitchen.  Food some reason Fall excite me, I don’t know why I guess it’s because of the colors and the feel of the holiday.

Today I am going to share these best fall recipes to help you kick off the season.  These are the recipes I found on the Pillsbury website that was sent to me through email.  Most of these recipes you probably knew or have made before.

Let’s start with the Comforting Casseroles, I don’t know about you all but when it’s cold outside making casseroles is a must at home.  It’s very comforting, and also it’s a crowd pleaser, especially on the weekend.

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Chicken Spinach Artichoke Biscuit Casserole, oh this looks so inviting and tasty.  This is perfect to take to any occasion, it will definitely be a big hit in the crowd.  I love anything with spinach and artichoke.

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Next is going to be the Cheesy Enchilada Meatball Casserole, oh the combination of this I can tell already that it’s going to be delicious.  The mixture of rice, beans, cheese and the enchilada sauce is just tasty.

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Unstuffed Pepper Casserole, I have to be honest this one is probably going to a favorite in our house.  I make stuffed bell pepper all the time but never tried the unstuffed bell pepper.

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Next is the Buffalo Chicken Casserole, this one is a keeper for sure.  If you are like us who love buffalo then you will fall in love to this casserole.  Definitely keeping this recipe for the future, my mother-in-law love baking, so I might ask her if she can make this for our Thanksgiving dinner.

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Next is the Creamy Sausage with Biscuits, now this similar to what I used to make.  But this one the biscuits are cut in the chunk, this is perfect for breakfast Sunday with the family.

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Last on the comforting casseroles is the Cheddar Bay Chicken Biscuit Bake.  Now this one would definitely make your meal so enjoyable, it’s packed with vegetables and flavor.  Perfect for the kids who don’t like eating vegetables.

Now let me share you this Souper Soups.  Soups are great to have especially when it’s cold outside.  These recipes are definitely perfect to make on the winter day.

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Chicken pot pie soup, the first time I had chicken pot pie soup is when my mother-in-law made it a few months ago.  I must say it was a very delicious soup, and the flavor was just amazing.

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Broccoli Cheese Soup with Cheddar Bobbers looks so tasty, I tasted a soup similar to this and it was delicious.  This would be perfect to make for lunch or dinner and serve with some rolls.

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Baked Potato Soup, yummy this looks very inviting. This kind of soup is my weakness, anything with potato is my favorite.

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One Pot Lasagna Soup, I made similar soup like this last year and turns our very delicious. I make it every year now, however, I think I am going to make this recipe this year and see if my crew loves it.

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Sausage and Gnocchi Soup, now this one I have never heard before.  I made a similar soup that is called Tuscan Soup, a very good friend of mine gave me her secret recipe about two years ago.  I make it once a year since making the soup is a lot of work.

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Melted Cheese Rolls with Tomato Soup, this kind of soup is what I like to have whenever I wanted something easy yet very comforting soup.  Especially when I don’t feel my best, with the rolls on the side it’s even better.

Now let me share you these Easy Pot Pies.  To all the pot pies lover out there, these recipes I found is oh my gosh.

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Mini Chicken Pot Pies, this kind of pot pies would be perfect to be included on the meal prep.  Small enough to just grab and go, especially if you have a very schedule. Making this ahead of time and just heat when you need it is a big plus.

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Mississippi Roast Pot Pie, now this would be awesome to prepare for dinner. It looks so delicious and comforting.

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Ultimate Mac and Cheese Pot Pie, this such a great idea. A combination of Mac and Cheese with some bacon.

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Nacho Pot Pie Bake, oh my mouth is drooling just looking at this picture.  I can tell we are going to love this recipe, the delicious flavors in one, oh my yeah definitely making this.

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Slow-Cooker Creamy Chicken Pot Pie, this would be so convenient for me to make since it’s in the slow cooker. Sometimes I just don’t have time to spend a lot of time in my kitchen.  This would be perfect to make after lunch and have it during dinner.

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Classic Chicken Pot Pie, this kind of pie is what I see all the time at gathering I go too.  I love the crunchiness, and how the pie taste.  It’s very comforting, don’t need to spend a lot of money to make such a great delicious pie.

Last is the Slow-cooker Dinners, I love making dinner using my slow cooker.  It’s a time saver for me, especially on my busy schedule.

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Slow-cooker Extra-Cheesy Macaroni and Cheese.  Oh my, our kids will love this, I don’t cook mac and cheese all the time, however, this one is probably going to be one of our sides for dinner this weekend.

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Slow-Cooker Chicken Tetrazzini, this combination of ingredients seems to be flavorful, definitely trying this one.

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Creamy Ranch Sow-Cooker Chicken, I can see myself making this each weekend.  It will be hard not too, that’s because of rice and chicken combination is one of my favorites to eat.

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Sow-Cooker Cheesy Potatoes and Ham, now this would be perfect just to eat by itself.  Don’t need anything else but just the potato and ham.

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Slow-Cooker Honey Dijon Pork Tenderloin, this looks very delicious. Although, my husband and I don’t really eat pork all the time. But I think substituting the pork with chicken will probably taste great as well.

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The last recipe is this SLow-Cooker French Onion Chicken, just looking at this makes me look at my fridge I have all the ingredients to make this for dinner tonight.  This looks so tasty and flavorful.

I hope that you all enjoy these awesome fall recipes, fall is just around the corner to some people, and making some food that is convenient, easy and delicious is very important.

Photos are credited back to the Pillsbury website.

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