The leaves outside are changing, the air is getting crisp in the mornings, and it's time to snuggle up with some of our favorite desserts for fall. Read on for the best fall dessert recipes and find a classic fall recipe to add to your fall bucket list.
Homemade Caramel Dip with Sliced Apples
Sliced apples with caramel dip are a classic fall treat, but they're made even more special with this recipe for homemade caramel. Homemade caramel sauce is easier than you might think, so don't be intimidated! Try this homemade caramel recipe this fall!
Get the full recipe here, at Vesper & Vine.
Apple crisp is a classic fall dessert and this one is made even more delectable by featuring a brown sugar crumble topped with vanilla bean ice cream and salted caramel.
Get the full recipe at Modern Honey.
Maple Brown Sugar Cookies
The master craftsman behind these divine Maple Brown Sugar Cookies had just finished authoring an entire cookie cookbook which she declared that these cookies were the best cookies she had made in her entire life. If that statement alone doesn't prompt you to immediately bake six dozen of these, I know my promises of brown sugar and buttery perfectly crisp edges with a chewy and soft center, all topped with a luscious maple icing will. Make these a staple of your fall dessert lineup. You won't regret it.
Get the full recipe at Sally's Baking Addiction.
Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
Whoopie pies are a staple in New England culture, and why not improve them with the fall staple, pumpkin? These whoopie pies feature two spiced pumpkin cookies filled with a maple cream cheese frosting, bound to impress the most pumpkin-spice-skeptical person in your life.
Get the full recipe at Food, Folks and Fun.
This caramel corn is ultra-easy and finishes in the oven giving you time for kitchen clean up. The result is delicious caramel corn, perfectly crispy and with buttery flavor.
Get the full recipe at A Farmgirl's Dabbles.
Apple Pie Cake Pops
These adorable apple pie cake pops don't just look like cute little apples, they feature actual apple pie filling in the center. This recipe features two different ways to make these cake pops so they are sure to suit every baker and eater out there!
Get the full recipe at Moms and Munchkins.
Spooky Black Buttercream & Monsters Sprinkle Cake
My favorite part of this fun and funky Halloween cake? Your guests are bound to end up with black teeth. What's more Halloweeny than teeth that look like they're rotting? Not much, and a fun party trick to be sure.
Get the full recipe at Sprinkle Pop.