Fall Recipes, Decor and Fun – Everything You Need For a Fantastic Fall

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Last week PSL (Pumpkin Spice Latte) made its yearly debut and the internet went wild. Fall is a four letter word that I’m not quite ready to let into our house but it is coming quickly and I can’t avoid it much longer.

In anticipation of the upcoming change of seasons a few of my fellow bloggers and I pulled together our favorite Fall links. This includes Fall recipes, decor for your home, Fall fashion trends & more! Trust me, included in these links is everything you need for the perfect Fall season. Grab your Caramel Apple Cider and get cozy in your leggings… it’s time to get ready for Fall.

How To Have The Perfect Fall

Fall Recipes

Can’t make it to Starbucks for a PSL? Don’t worry, this Healthy DIY Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer is the perfect alternative.

Even though it is already starting to feel like Fall here in Indiana, I hope we are still a few weeks away from the real Fall weather. I do think this Healthier Apple Crisp is going to top my list of Fall recipes to make on that first REAL Fall like day outside.

Apple Cinnamon Protein Pancakes from Just a Simple Home have been on my “must make” list for awhile. With fresh apples this Fall I can’t wait to try them for breakfast some weekend!

Typically when I think about Fall recipes I think about pumpkin and apple, I often forget that Fall is the season for Maple as well! These Frosted Maple Cookies look to die for and might need to get rotated in this Fall.

I love my homemade caramel apple cider but I never have thought about the process of making Homemade Apple Cider. Here are three Quick and Easy Ways for a Homemade Apple Cider. We might have to change up those Fall recipes of caramel apple cider this year!

Little Man loves to help me bake. Usually around this time of the year I find us spending more and more time in the kitchen. One of his favorite things to bake is muffins. These  Apple Harvest Muffins are the perfect recipe for little hands to help out in the kitchen…with the exception of the apple chopping.

Pumpkin Pie is usually a Thanksgiving treat in our house. This recipe for Pumpkin Pie not only gives you everything you need to make it from scratch but looks like a delicious finished product.

Sangria was a huge hit this summer at our Fourth of July Party. Hot Mulled Apple Cider Sangria sounds like it would be one of the BEST Fall recipes for a Halloween party.

Fall Weather

Fall Decor

It’s time to get serious about decor and we’re not just talking witches and pumpkins. Here are 3 Home Decor Ideas To Bring Fall Into Your Home. Can I please have 15 of those chunky throws.

While I’m all about hitting up the store for fun decor, Hobby Lobby has probably already put away their Fall stuff in honor of Christmas (or Valentine’s Day at this point). This DIY Hoop Wreath is everything you need for a simple decoration on your front door.

Little known fact about me… I LOVE printables…I just never actually print them and hang them up. One year I will finally do it. I even have the picture frames! Tis the Season For Fall Decor is filled with some great simple prints to add to your home.

I’ll be honest, carving pumpkins is fun but sometimes a whole lot messier than it should be. I did paint my pumpkins one year and it was much easier and less messy. If you are looking to change it up this year don’t miss these DIY Preppy Pumpkins complete with information on cleaning up.

Family Activities For Fall

It is always fun to get kids involved in Fall crafts. I know a little man who will LOVE these DIY Fall Crafts For Kids. We might have to start with the Mason Jar Ghosts.

Coloring is a fun pastime in our house. Little Man is still working on coloring in the lines but these Fall Digi-Leaves would be a great cold afternoon activity. They’re big enough that he could go a little crazy but cute enough that we could still hang them up around the house.

Looking for a fun weekend with the family? Don’t miss these Family Friendly Fun Fall Activities. There is something for all ages so don’t miss it!


Fall Fun

If you live in the Midwest nothing screams Fall like fresh picked apples. This post has great tips for your trip to the orchard to Feed Your Fall Apple Addiction.

On the flip side of you are living somewhere towards the south don’t miss this tutorial on How to Dress for Fall in Warmer Weather. Personally, you’ll catch me in leggings and hoodies for the next three months.

Sometimes it is better to just take a breath and enjoy Fall with your family. From picnics to tea parties there are some great ideas here on How to Have a Fun an Mostly Free Fall With Your Family.

I’m going to hang on to Summer as long as humanly possible over the next few weeks. These 5 Summer Activities You Should Be Doing In Fall will help you hold on to the Summer even longer. To be fair, I would take a bonfire ANY night…Summer or Fall!

Fall also means Football season. We used to get really into Football but these last few years I’m lucky if I sit down to watch a minute of a game. We loved having parties and this post on How To Plan a Spirited Football Party (on a budget) is a GREAT resource for anyone gearing up for a great season.

If this round up isn’t enough for your Fall plans, here are 50 (more) Ideas to Make This Your Best Fall Ever.

So tell me, what are you most looking forward to this Fall?

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Comments (14)

  1. Fall is my favorite time of year! I’m looking forward to going on walks in the crisp air, corn mazes and hayrides!

  2. I need to get my hands on that Pumpkin creamer! We’re always heading out to the farm for some apples and pumpkins, so some muffins and pie seem in order (Fall fun and sweets all in one trip). I think I may try to do a football party this year, so Hannah’s post is one I’m going to be needing! Great round up!
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  3. Fall is my absolute favorite season! That frosted maple cookie recipe you shared sounds amazing…I love just about anything maple-flavored.
    I think what I’m looking forward to most if fall fashion and decorating with more fall decor…and candles! Always candles. 🙂

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