A collage containing six photos. Top left photo is of balls rolled in a golden brown crumb coating, next is a bowl of an orangish brown dip with visible chocolate chips. To the right of that are round hand pies with white frosting on top. Below those is a cooling rack covered wtih pumpkin muffins spiked with chocolate chips. To the left of that is a photo of individual sized pumpkin pies, and to the left of that is a tray of cooked bacon curls.

Fun Food for Fall

It’s fall, and everyone is all about pumpkin spice, warm sweaters, and apples. It’s a great time of year to gather the children in the kitchen and do some cooking to create some great memories and enjoy some of these fun treats. We’ve collected recipes which will help you to some make fun food for fall to share with your family. We tried to get a variety of different recipes to share with you. Read on, then let us know what you think? Did we choose well? Are these recipes for fun food for fall? Let us know in the comments below.

Super Simple Make Your Own Mini Pumpkin Pies for Parties

A view from above of two individual sized pumpkin pies.  The orangish  pumpkin filling has cracked, but the pie still looks delicious.  It's topped with a swirl of whipped cream and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar.

These no-bake mini pumpkin pies are perfect for parties, and a perfect activity to do with children. They’re so simple, and there’s no baking required.

3 Ingredient Pumpkin Muffins

A view of chocolate chip and pumpkin muffins cooling on the black grid of a cooling rack.  The muffins are a golden brown and the chocolate chips are glistening as they are partially melted.   The muffins are arranged in three rows on the cooling rack.  One muffin has been plated off to the side and cut into quarters revealing the beautiful cake like filling inside.

These 3 ingredient pumpkin muffins are super easy to make, fluffy, moist and so delicious! The perfect pumpkin spice Fall or Halloween treat made with spiced cake mix and canned pumpkin. You can’t go wrong!

Keto Candied Bacon Twists Recipe

This photo shows a long row of twisted bacon strips on a parchment paper backdrop.  Grease from the cooked bacon forms a glistening layer on the parchment as well as on the bacon twists.

Sugar free bacon candy with maple flavoring are a great treat for those watching their carbs. These bacon twists have zero carbs, and maple flavor just seems to go well with fall.

Pumpkin Maple Poptarts

In the background of this photo are various pumpkins of different sizes and shapes and vases full of flowers of white, orange, and salmon colors.  These items are in a soft focus and are slightly blurry.  In the foreground of the photo is a white plate that's topped with several hand pies.  The cream colored crusts have been glazed with a thin white frosting.  At the seams of the hand pies small amounts of the golden maple, pumpkin filling is oozing out.

Pumpkin shaped pumpkin spice poptarts! Topped with a maple icing. These are a great fall treat.

Protein Balls with Rose Hips

small irregular shaped balls, rolled in brown spices are arranged on a wooden background that has more spices spilled on it.  Red rose hips are visible in the front and back of the photo.

These raw vegan protein rosehip balls are gluten-free and make for a healthy dessert that decorates any fall table.

Edible Pumpkin Cookie Dough

A large white bowl is piled high with scoops of an orangish colored dough that has chocolate chips visible throughout.  In the background are visible pumpkins and black subway tile with white grout .  The bowl is sitting on a black marble looking surface with white and gray veins running through it.

Edible pumpkin cookie dough is made in under 15 minutes with simple ingredients. Even the kids can help make this tasty fall treat.

Frosted Chocolate Fall Donuts

A purple cloth is the backdrop to this photo.  A white cutting board sits on the cloth and is topped with three donuts two orange frosted donuts are on the outside and are topped with different colored sprinkles.  In the center is a purple frosted donut with black and green sprinkles on top.   There are three other bluish purple frosted donuts sitting above the cutting board on the purple cloth. Each of them is covered in a different combination of sprinkles--yellow and black dots, yellow, black, and purple dogs with purple and black sprinkles, and one completely covered in assorted colors of sprinkles.

Dress up your breakfast or dessert this fall with this recipe for Frosted Chocolate Donuts. Dipped in holiday-dyed glazes and decorated with sprinkles, these fluffy baked donuts are so fun to make for fall.

A collage containing six photos.  Top left photo is of balls rolled in a golden brown crumb coating, next is a bowl of an orangish brown dip with visible chocolate chips.  To the right of that are round hand pies with white frosting on top.  Below those is a cooling rack covered wtih pumpkin muffins spiked with chocolate chips.  To the left of that is a photo of individual sized pumpkin pies, and to the left of that is a tray of cooked bacon curls.  On the bottom of the collage written in brown are the words "Fun Foods for Fall".

What do you think of our collection of fall food? Do any of them sound particularly appetizing? Will you make some of them for your family? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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