Easy Fall Recipes
It’s finally fall in New York and here at Gateway we’re excited about all the great autumn-inspired recipes that come along with the change in seasons! We love rounding up the best seasonal dishes out there and sharing with you, and that’s just what we’ve done again with these 5 great recipes for fall. So go ahead and get cozy, and read on for more info!
Sadelle’s-Inspired French Toast
If you’ve ever been to brunch at the legendary New York establishment Sadelle’s in SoHo, you know their French toast is truly some of the best in the city. Fortunately for us, food-focused New York blog EatingNYC shares their recipe remake of Sadelle’s iconic dish. You’ll need to soak the bread overnight, which in their opinion, makes all the difference in taking this classic dish to the next level. Find the full recipe here.
Bacon Harvest Chicken Skillet
We love this one pan recipe from Delish that is both simple and cozy as we move into fall and winter. Combine chicken thighs, bacon, and brussel sprouts together and cook in one skillet to create this stew-like dish. Serve with bread and enjoy! Full recipe can be found here.
Cheesy Cabbage Gratin
This recipe from Bon Appétit is sure to be a hit at Thanksgiving, but there’s no reason why you can’t try it out beforehand. The cabbage here is cooked to perfection, then smothered in a decadently creamy sauce that combines shallots, garlic, and heavy cream. Top everything off with both Gruyere and Parmesan cheese for a truly amazing fall dish. Full recipe here.
Healthy Pumpkin Muffins
It wouldn’t be fall without a little (or a lot) of pumpkin in our lives, right? This recipe for Cozy Pumpkin Muffins from A Couple Cooks blog is perfect for satisfying that craving while being both healthy and yummy. The pumpkin puree used in these muffins makes them extra light and moist, and the streusel topping adds an unexpected and delightful crunch. Check out the full recipe here.
This Butternut Lasagna with Mushrooms and Sage recipe from food blog Feasting at Home is a super tasty, vegetarian-friendly comfort dish. This quintessentially fall meal can be assembled ahead of time, stored in the fridge, and then heated up in the oven when you’re ready to eat, so it’s a great stress-free option when busy and juggling a lot at once. Find the full recipe here.
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