Some of My Favorite Autumn Cookbooks

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Doesn’t the onset of autumn make you long for comfort foods? The pumpkin-spiced treats, soups cooked on the stovetop, casseroles for the freezer, and other seasonal preparations. The process of browsing cookbooks, locating new recipes, and organizing weekly meals is quite enjoyable to me. It’s something I can do on my own time when I need a break or when it’s raining on a weekend and I want to have a little fun.

In the hopes of inspiring you to pick out a cookbook and find something to cook this week, I’ve compiled a list of some of the cookbooks I’ve been using recently and some I’ve used in the past during the fall.

100 Cookies

by Sarah Kieffer

I really enjoy this cookbook, and its collection of easy-to-follow but comfortingly familiar dessert recipes has inspired me to bake a batch of cookies. A perfect fall baking session Have you got any snickerdoodles?

SkinnyTaste Meal Prep

by Gina Homolke

Preparing meals in advance is a great time saver, and I enjoy this nutritious spin on the practice. It’s beneficial to your health, saves you time and money, and I can get behind that.

Everyday Dinners

by Jessica Merchant

I really enjoy this cookbook and find the section on sauces and dressings to be particularly useful.

The Complete Make Ahead Cookbook

by America’s Test Kitchen

My go-to cookbook for prepping meals ahead of time. Make ahead and batch cooking recipes and ideas are its forte, and I find myself using it frequently throughout the year.

Once Upon a Chef : Weeknight/ Weekend

by Jennifer Segal

Love this cookbook since it’s full of simple and healthful weeknight meals.

Do you have a favorite cookbook or recipe to share? Tell me about it in the comments.


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