Last year this month, I posted about the Top Recipes for Autumn Lovers, AKA oatmeal that uses ingredients like apples, pumpkin, sweet potato, and other fall produce.
Since I made so many autumn-themed recipes last year throughout the fall and winter months, I figured this would be a great time to update the list!
It’s all in the name. What could be more “fall” than dried apples, raisins, and pepitas?
Tired of grape jelly and peanut butter? Switch it up with cranberry sauce and
My readers requested chestnuts every week between September and January,
so this was one of the recipes I developed as a result. For extra fall love, add
This is a mash-up of every autumn-themed recipe. It has it all: a squash (pumpkin),
apple, cranberries, and pecans.
If you want to try a more mellow version of gingerbread, this is a great solution. The sweet
potato makes the gingerbread spices less intense and sweetens it up naturally.
It’s like carrot cake oatmeal with a swirl of cranberry sauce!
If you’re in the mood for something a little cooler, this is a great way to
get your pumpkin fix without working up a sweat.
Sosa07ac said, “I just made this, this morning. OMG it was amazing, and totally
fitting for this cold, wet and dark “summer” weather that we’re having here atm!”
This is a hearty and earthy recipe that will bring you right back to your grandma’s
house during dessert at Thanksgiving.
Megan said, “I ran to the store this morning to pick up more oats and decided this
was the oatmeal I was going to try out today. It was so delicious, I never knew
oatmeal could taste this good!!”
The orange adds such a bright and happy twist to this sweet potato porridge. SO GOOD!
Although the baked version is more popular around the internet, I’m most proud of
this steel-cut version.
Masala chai flavors are the absolute best during this time of the year!
One reader commented, “I made this today and it was absolutely INCREDIBLE! One of the best
baked oatmeals Ive ever had and I make them a lot.”