10 Beautiful Fall Fresh Party Recipes for processed-free cooking. Suitable for Vegan, Vegetarian, and Paleo Diets.
If you love potato skins, these jalapeños are bursting with flavor even without the bacon. In fact, they’re better without it! This is one of the most requested recipes from my family during football season.
Serving Tip: Triple the recipe. They go fast.
Lettuce is a great way to enjoy your tacos without the calories! Even meat-eaters will love this recipe because its flavorful with a crunchy shell. You use all your senses with this one!
Serving Tip: Make a taco bar for your party and leaf your lettuce ahead of time.
No rice sushi rolls may sound strange, but trust me when I tell you they are packed with flavor! No party guest will go hungry with this one! Great for finger food to share, or eat a whole roll for a filling meal.
Serving Tip: Serve as an appetizer and make ahead. Or, prep only the ingredients ahead and make it in front of your guests like a sushi chef. Even better, let your party guests make their own! *No Sushi Mat Needed.
Hosting a brunch? Love Hollandaise Sauce but always mess it up? Want to give people an option that’s unique? This is one of my favorites to serve for parties and adds a special touch.
Serving Tip: Make the Polenta ahead of time and keep in the warmer. Slice the other ingredients on a platter and serve as you would for a bagel platter. Put the sauce in the middle or a pre-assembled Polenta Benedict to show guests how to make it.
These crepes are save so much time because you make them the night before. Yes, that’s right. If you are hosting a breakfast or brunch, these need to be on your list to make! These will make your life stress free and suit any taste buds–tried and tested!
Serving Tip: When you make the Bananas in front of your guests, not only will the house smell delightful, but you can impress with your cooking skills! Think Raspberry Framboise meets Bananas Foster. #Yum.
I love the scent of apples in the fall, don’t you? Slow Cooked Apples are the best! I love that you can make these over and over again and never get sick of them. This time, they taste like pie, but you can change up this recipe for whatever mood you’re in.
Serving Tip: Put a cinnamon stick in each apple for a great presentation.
Alternative Stuffed Apple Ideas: Stuffed Apple Cobblers, Stuffed Apples with Figs, Stuffed Apples with Cranberry, Stuffed Caramel Apples with a scoop of ice cream…
Need a platter to serve at a party? Use a melon scooper to make mini caramel apples! There are so many ideas on how to coat these.
Serving Tip: Create a toppings bar for people to make their own. Coat the apple bites in lemon, honey and water to keep them from browning, and stick a toothpick in them. Fun for kids and adults alike!
These are my favorite. Frozen foods are great for parties because you can make them ahead for a no-fuss dessert, but the warm flavors are true to fall.
Serving Tip: Use parchment paper or edible paper to wrap them individually. Tie a bit of twine around each of them for an extra special presentation.
If you are serving a luncheon, this will make a great dessert! There is a great crunchy layer, a creamy layer, and a spicy chai green tea layer.
Serving Tip: Serve with Chai or Green Tea. If you make this 2 days ahead, the coconut layer tastes similar to cheesecake! I like to freeze it and let it de-thaw for half an hour.
These are so much fun to make and nutritious! The chocolate cups are made in dixie cups and are a great make-ahead dessert. The best part is you can fill them with anything. Chocolate mousse (puree cacao, coconut whipped cream and banana for a dairy-free mousse), pudding, ice cream, berries, cheesecake, or anything else you are craving.
Serving Tip: Keep the chocolate cups in the freezer until ready to serve and prep the filling in the fridge. Assemble just before serving for the freshest