Even if you don’t like to cook, isn’t it fun to browse the photos and dream about what’s for dinner?
But I love to cook and entertain and while I can easily look up a million recipes online in an instant, I still cling to the old school hardback books.
I think this is a great selection of variety from baking, to crockpot, to tailgate, and pot luck all with Fall in mind.
I hope you find one or more that inspires you to bring home to your kitchen or gift to someone you love.
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Super Simple (Click to Purchase)
I do not yet own this book.
It is, however, on my wish list for my family who shops for Christmas that way.
From what I could see on my review of it on Amazon, it has some sought after recipes that are sure to be a hit
whether for a family dinner or entertaining.
But the key to the magic of this cookbook?
Autumn by Susan Branch (Click to Purchase)
I have probably all of Susan Branches other cookbooks, though they said this was a new release of her previous 12.
These are keepsakes to me.
I love putting them out for their season.
The recipes will be amazing, but it is the artwork and handwriting and charm of ideas and stories that gets me most.
As with all of my recommendations, this makes an amazing gift for the person who loves to cook.
Cozy Fall Baking (Click to Purchase)
As the weather cools up, we tend to warm up by turning on our ovens again.
Baking starts in earnest with fruit pies and breads, cookies and desserts for gifts and holidays.
This book boasts over 100 baking recipes that curate that Fall flavor we are craving.
So grab that Pumpkin spice apron from my last post and let’s get baking!
Best of Fall Recipes from Fix-it and Forget-it (Click to Purchase)
I have the original “Fix-it and Forget-it” Cookbook.
Who doesn’t love dropping it all in at once and coming back 6 -8 hours later with a home cooked meal?
Slow cooking brings out juices and mingles flavors so you end up with juicy meat and robust flavor.
This should be a staple in my kitchen!
Pumpkin Recipes (Click to Purchase)
I just bought a can of organic Pumpkin and I am so excited to see what I will do with it.
One of the favorite flavors of Fall is pumpkin and this book gives you lots of recipes for making the most of the pumpkin meat.
192 pages of recipes for every meal as well as desserts.
Fall Cooking With Family & Friends by Gooseberry Patch (Click to Purchase)
I had one of these Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks in my Top Ten Favorite Fall Finds
They are simply lovely, recipe filled, easily prepared foods from snacks to picnics.
They are from ordinary people, not chefs, not celebrities, like a collection from your neighborhood or church.
I have never been let down by purchasing these and they make super cute gifts for girlfriends.
From Harvest to Home (Click to Purchase)
This book is a bit different because it is not simply a recipe book with a few ideas here and there included.
This book has decor, “how-tos”, crafts, recipes, and great photography.
It will be a great accent on your recipe book stand in your kitchen as added decor.
A perfect gift for the hostess.
Those were my top 7 Fall Recipe Books for the Season.
I hope one or two of them find their way into your home, your family meals, entertaining or gifting.
Come back and let me know if you purchased one and made something out of it and how it was received.
If you have a favorite Fall Recipe Book, pop it in the comments below and I will check it out.
As always, I thank you for spending time with me.
See you soon!
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