Fall Treats to Bake in October

It’s almost spooky season! That means it’s time to pick out Halloween costumes, put on Fall booties, and make some festive treats.

My friends and I love to cook and bake together. We love to bake seasonal treats each year, and most of our ideas come from Pinterest. I’m going to share with you some great Fall Treats ideas that you can make this season.


Glazed Pumpkin Sugar Cookies

Glazed pumpkin sugar cookies are the best way to enjoy pumpkin spice and Fall flavors! Soft-baked & thick pumpkin sugar cookies are topped with an easy pumpkin spice glaze. Try just eating one of these delicious sugar cookies. The perfect Fall dessert recipe! | togetherasfamily.com #pumpkin #cookies #dessert

Photo and recipe from Together As Family

There’s nothing more festive during the Autumn like pumpkin. I have yet to try these cookies but they’re on my list! These delicious snacks combine two of my favourite things: sugar cookies and festive flavours. The glazed icing is just the sugar on top (pun intended). You can find this recipe on Together As Family.


Mummy Dogs

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Photo and recipe from Home. Made. Interest

You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy a Mummy Dog. I can tell you that from personal experience. This classic dish gives a plain old hotdog a Halloween twist with Pillsbury crescent rolls and condiments of your choice. They’re quick and easy to make, plus they’re super tasty. You can find the recipe here on Home. Made. Interest.


Chocolate Turtle Apple Slices

Chocolate Turtle Apple Slices

Photo and recipe from Mom Loves Baking

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, these Chocolate Turtle Apple Slices are for you. This recipe combines the delicious flavours of Chocolate Turtles and apples, making it a sweet and savoury Autumn snack. The recipe is easy to make and the results are lip smackingly amazing. You can find the recipe here on Mom Loves Baking.


Brown Sugar and Maple Apple Crumble Muffins

Photo and recipe from House Vegan

Who doesn’t love a little apple crumble during the Fall? I know I could probably live off of an apple crumble diet during the season. Not only will these muffins be a hit, but they’re also vegan so everyone can enjoy! You can find the recipe here on House Vegan.


Marble Pumpkin Cheesecake


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Photo and recipe from Roxana’s Home Baking

What’s Fall without pumpkin pie? Even better, a pumpkin pie cheesecake?! You get the best of both worlds with this dessert, and it will definitely be a hit around the Thanksgiving season. You can find this recipe from Roxana.


Easy Mummy Brownies

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Photo and recipe from Pretty Providence

This is similar to the Mummy Hotdogs, except this is for the people who have a sweet tooth or are in need of a quick and easy Halloween dessert. All you need is a brownie mix, white icing, and some candy to make eyeballs with! You can find this simple yet tasty recipe on Pretty Providence.


Pumpkin French Toast

This Pumpkin French Toast is extra fluffy, filled with pumpkin spice & tastes amazing drizzled in maple syrup.

Photo and recipe from Just So Tasty

An Autumnal twist on a popular breakfast dish! If you are looking for ways to insert Fall flavours into your everyday meals, then look no further. This dish incorporates a classic breakfast meal with a little bit of pumpkin spice. I can only imagine how tasty it is with maple syrup! *drooling* You can find the recipe on Just So Tasty.


Any of these recipes look interesting to you? Give them a try! If you’ve already given these a shot before, let me know how it went in the comments!

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