Treat Your Kids With These Easy Dessert Recipes For Fall | Cooking Lessons

by Monday, August 29, 2016

Fall seems to be the perfect time for fancy sweet treats. Pumpkin, apple, and custard pies along with the warm cup of hot choco are the usual desserts we serve to our family . In my own home, you mostly see me rolling out pie crusts from time to time. This is somehow a family tradition in celebration of fall season. My husband and kids simply love to eat pies, puddings, and tarts while we enjoy the evening in our backyard and breathe the crisp autumn air. If you run out of ideas for easy dessert recipes for fall, then you’re in for a treat because I found this list from Homemade Recipes website. Check it out!

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20 Sweet Treats to Bake This Fall

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Sweet treats have never tasted this good. Prepare your tummy and your sweet tooth as you will absolutely be in for the greatest treat in your entire gastronomic history.

Bake your way to success and tummy happiness and we will take care of the rest.

Vanilla Glazed Pull Apart Apple Pie Bread

If you’re looking for a Fall food that will give you comfort, look no further. Just imagine this fluffy and soft bread melting in your mouth with every bite. Check the recipe here.

Caramel Pumpkin Blondies

Here’s a loaded blondies recipe for you to try. Just imagine a sweet treat that has chocolate chips, caramel layer, Pumpkin Spice Hershey’s Kisses and toffee, heavenly right? Check the recipe here.

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bars

These spiced pumpkin bars are incredibly delicious. The creamy and dreamy cheese frosting just makes this the best dessert recipe.

Coffee Pumpkin Donuts

 Coffee Pumpkin Donuts | Treat Your Kids With These Easy Dessert Recipes For Fall | Cooking Lessons

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These scrumptious cake donuts will have you asking for more. This would be a great breakfast idea to do this Fall. Get the recipe here.

Caramel Apple Rolls

Caramel Apple Rolls | Treat Your Kids With These Easy Dessert Recipes For Fall | Cooking Lessons

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Just looking at this ooey goodness makes us want to start baking right away. You’ll love this dessert recipe.

Pumpkin and Coffee Cake

Get the yummyness of pumpkin in every bite with this amazing cake recipe. Get the full recipe here.

Apple Cinnamon Fritter Muffins

Give in to the goodness. Give in to the goodness of these cinnamon and apple made into a muffin. This simple dessert recipe would be a favorite. Check out the recipe here.

Pumpkin Chess Pie with Chocolate Chip Cookie

We won’t need any pressure to make this easy dessert this Fall. Find out how we made it here.

Soft Pumpkin Pretzels

Here’s a great snack idea that will only take you 30 minutes to make. Get ready to try these pumpkin pretzels recipe.

Pecan Caramel Pie Cake

 Pecan Caramel Pie Cake | Treat Your Kids With These Easy Dessert Recipes For Fall | Cooking Lessons

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We love pecan pies! When we gave this recipe a go, we reached heaven. Try the amazing Fall recipe that’s cross of a pie and a cake here.

 

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Now that fall is finally here, let’s embrace this chilly season with the comfort foods that we can readily serve to our loved ones. While you think of fixing elaborate dinner, don’t forget to serve them new dessert too. It’s always good to try out something new with your family. Upgrade your dessert recipes for fall with these sweet treats.

Now, which of those desserts recipes would you like to try this weekend? For more scrumptious desserts, click this link here.

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