Are you happy that autumn is finally here? Who doesn’t just love to stay warmly wrapped up in the house when the weather is bad? And what about something sweet and warm to eat?
Especially after a long walk in the rain, a piece of cake and tea or coffee can wonderfully warm you up from the inside out. Do you also love eating apple or pumpkin and cinnamon cake in autumn, which is not only super easy to make but also tastes really divine? And let’s be honest, what goes better with autumn than cinnamon pumpkin and apples?
Here are some really awesome vegan recipes for Fall. Beautiful delicious creations for fall, the right time of the year to buy the ingredients fresh and local from the farmers market.
Now is the time for Apples, Pumpkins, and Pears. Really good Ideas for taking advantage of this opportunity and making it into something healthy, tasty, delicious, convenient, and quick. The delicious Indian rice pudding is also a treat.
Check out those awesome vegan recipes for fall below and get busy with preparing them for you and your family and friends.
They will appreciate it.
Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
These ooey gooey vegan pumpkin cinnamon rolls are a delicious treat to make for breakfast or brunch. Make with bread flour, which gives them the perfect fluffy texture. Here is the whole recipe for Pumpkin cinnamon rolls
Bakewell Apple Tart
Whoop, whoop its apple season, and I’m celebrating with this hearty vegan and gluten-free Apple Bakewell Tart.
I’ve just returned from my holiday in a sunnier, warmer land (now I’m back wearing socks – boo!), and I feel like Autumn has gotten into full swing. The difference within the week is quite dramatic; the leaves have turned more, they’re dropping daily, AND it’s meant more apples have dropped from our apple tree. We never used to do anything with the windfall apples; they’d lie on the grass and go rotten – what a waste! Well, things have changed around here, and I’m picking up these apples, picking out the bad bits, and slicing up these bad boys, because these are too good to waste.
Eating your pud is much more satisfying when you pick your own berries. Got scratched by the brambles, stung by a couple of nettles, and have washed any potential creepy crawlies away! I promise I’m not lying!
I’ve never made a cobbler before and didn’t know the difference compared to a crumble. My version probably isn’t a traditional cobbler; from what I gather, they usually are a bit more scone-like, but I think I prefer this to crumble!
I wanted to make a pear cake for ages. So I came up with this fantastic autumn cake, which is super easy to make. Go to your local supermarket, and pick up all ingredients. You will only need 10 – 15 minutes to prepare this vegan dessert. It’s that simple, and it tastes amazing!
Kheer: Indian Rice Pudding
If you are a rice pudding fan and haven’t yet experienced the Indian version, you must try this recipe!