35 of the most delicious, coziest fall recipes from Half Baked Harvest
posted by: Mile High Mamas
Like most of us, Winter/Spring 2020 was rough but do you want to know what helped to get our family through quarantine? Making Half Baked Harvest’s recipes almost every night. With 1+ million followers on Instagram and two NYT best-selling cookbooks, Colorado-based Tieghan Gerard thrives on cooking delicious, simple meals that taste even better than they look. And that is saying a lot.
The coziest, creamiest bowl of soup. And those butter roasted mushrooms? Too good for words.
To this day, this is one of my favorite HBH cocktails. It’s perfection…sweet, gingery, and topped off with pretty pomegranate arils. My favorite.
A delicious mix of cozy and healthy…and also everyone’s favorite.
Better than Panera! It’s cozy but healthy, easy, and so delicious.
Everyone’s favorite game-day snack. These are the BEST pretzels, and yes, that dip is pretty delicious too.
I turned everyone’s favorite dinner into an easy and delicious slow cooker recipe using pantry staples. This slow-cooked chicken dinner is a hearty, but healthy meal to come home to after a busy day.
Idiot proof. Addicting. SO EASY.
All the best produce that fall has to offer combined into one big beautiful salad. Healthy, simple, delicious, and perfectly fitting for cool, crisp fall evenings.
Broccoli cheddar soup tucked into a cute little handheld pie.
This most DELICIOUS autumn-inspired curry…extra saucy, spicy, sweet, and served over egg noodles.
Best autumn appetizer, side dish, or game-day snack!
For those cold fall and winter nights when you want a fancy slow-braised chicken, but you want it ready in less than an hour.
When you’re in need of warming comfort food, but you also want healthy.
The essential fall recipe. We all need ramen in our lives. Bonus that this is healthier.
The perfect healthy, but still delicious, alternative to the traditional heavier version. It has a quick 30 minute cooking time and uses pantry staple ingredients. Which makes this recipe perfect for any night of the week.
Because I LOVE Sunday night dinner. This one is cozy, hearty, and everyone loves it. Bonus? It’s EASY and slow cooks all day long.
A true oldie but goodie recipe. It’s very decadent, very delicious, and SO FUN.
One of the very first recipes I ever shared!
Best for those nights when you need a cozy, healthy dinner, and you need it fast. All made in the instant pot (or in one pot on the stove), using healthy, pantry staple, ingredients. It’s creamy, spicy, filled with veggies, lean chicken, and ramen noodles. Perfect for a cold night in, after a long busy day.