25 Must-Make Fall Desserts!

Is it just me, or does everyone like to bake when fall rolls around? I’m sure the cooler weather makes it easier to turn the oven on and create delectable fall dessert recipes. Here’s a list of 25 must-make fall desserts you don’t want to pass up!

First up on the fall dessert list is my favorite Sweet Potato Spoon Bread with amazing caramel pecan sauce. It’s just the right size dessert!

Sweet Potato Spoon Bread

 

Next up is a beautiful Pear Cake Tatin by Inspiration for Moms. In case you’re unaware, “tatin” means “carmelized and baked in the manner of an upside-down cake.” This one is pretty and sounds scrumptious.

Pear Cake Tatin by Inspiration for Moms

 

A similar dessert is my Apple Upside Down Cake that’s pretty easy to make!

Easy-to-Make Apple Upside Down Cake

 

How beautiful is this Rose Apple Tart by Tikkido? I recently found Nikki’s blog and it’s filled with all things amazing! This is a perfect fall dessert when you need something on the lighter side.

Apple Rose Tart by Tikkido

 

If a dessert has chocolate in it, I’m all over it! I love the simple beauty of this Chocolate Chip Pound Cake from Christina’s Adventures.

Chocolate Chip Pound Cake by Christina's Adventures

 

Pumpkin and chocolate. The perfect pairing. Don’t believe me? Try Pumpkin Pie Brownie Bars from Simply Designing.

Pumpkin Pie Brownie Bars by Simply Designing

 

While we’re on the topic of brownies, how about these decadent S’More Brownies by Home.Made.Interest?  Double Yum!

S'More Brownies by Home.Made.Interest

 

Another sweet morsel from Tikkido is Eggnog Custard Pie with a gingerbread crust. Have I died and gone to heaven? I think this pie will be on my Thanksgiving table next month!

Eggnog Custard Pie by Tikkido

 

If pretty fall desserts are on your radar, give Gingerbread Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting by Ella Claire a try. It’s highly photogenic with sugared fruit and greens piled on top for decoration!

Gingerbread Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting by Ella Claire

 

It wouldn’t be fall without the most classic of fall desserts – my Homemade Pumpkin Pie. I make mine from scratch every year. The flavor is so much better when you create your own pumpkin puree as opposed to buying it in a can.

Classic Pumpkin Pie from Town and Country Living

 

 

25 Must-Make Fall Desserts

 

Here’s a few more fall desserts to put on your must-make list this season:

Apple Cobbler with Hot Sugar Crust by Alexandria’s Kitchen

Cinnamon Streusel Baked Apples by Two Peas and Their Pod

Apple Pie Layer Cake by Everyday Annie

Maple Cheesecake with Roasted Pears by Martha Stewart

Caramelized Pear Bread Pudding by The Beekman Boys

Pear, Brown Butter, and Vanilla Bean Pie by Farmhouse Pottery

Pumpkin Butter Rugelach Cookies by Half Baked Harvest

Glazed Pumpkin Spiced Cake Bites by Life with the Crust Cut Off

Pumpkin Panna Cotta by Bobby Flay

Pumpkin Flan with Maple Caramel by Ina Garten

Savannah Chocolate Cake with Hot Fudge Sauce by Paula Deen

Vintage Popcorn Balls by Tori Avey

Milk Bar Crack Pie by Everyday Annie

Hodgepodge Doughnut Pudding by The Beekman Boys

Pineapple Buckle with Macadamia Streusel by Bobby Flay

 

 

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Comments

  1. Such a delicious round up! Thank you so much, Jennifer, for featuring my Pear Cake Tatin. Pinning! 🙂

    • Your Tatin looks amazing and I’m definitely making it sometime soon. I’d never heard of tatin before so I’m really anxious to try it. It looks so pretty!

  2. Marlene Stephenson says:

    You are making me hungry, these are some great choices, thanks. When it gets cooler i do love to warm up by cooking, i went south for a get away and it snowed in New Mexico,it’s suppose to be warmer there,lol!!

    • Omigoodness! It snowed in New Mexico?? Hope you enjoyed your trip! It snowed here today for about 15 minutes – right as I was leaving to get a few things for Christmas! LOL. Thankfully it didn’t stick. It’s a little early to be snowing here.

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