Tis’ the season for pumpkin spice and everything nice. As the cool weather settles in and the leaves begin to fall, these fun and festive recipes will leave your taste buds frolicing. Try these seasonal breakfast ideas before a day in the apple orchard or afternoon in the pumpkin patch. These dishes will leave you wishing it was autumn all year long!
1. Maple Roasted Butternut Squash Omelette
Start your day with this fun and unique omelette that couldn’t be better suited for a fall morning. Made with fresh butternut squash, cheddar cheese, a hint of rosemary and topped with maple syrup, this is the fall flavor combination you never knew you needed. Find the recipe here.
2. Apple Pie Ricotta Waffles
Apple pie for breakfast? Yes please. These Apple Pie Ricotta Waffles feature your favorite flavors of fall incorporated into one tasty and easy dish. It’s a great way to use up those extra apples you picked at the orchard. Check out the recipe here.
3. Brown Butter Cranberry Pumpkin Cornbread Skillet
This recipe is a mouthful… literally! Lighter than traditional cornbread yet bursting with flavor, this unique and autumn-inspired recipe could even serve as a Thanksgiving side dish. Your kitchen will smell so good you’ll wish you could transform the scent into a candle. Find the recipe here.
4. Sweet Potato and Egg Skillet
Who knew sweet potatoes could be a breakfast food? This healthy and hearty breakfast is full of flavor and perfect for anyone looking for a new dish to bring to the table. Take a look at the recipe here.
5. Spiced Pumpkin Pecan Pancakes
They’re just as good as they sound. Light, fluffy and full of warm spices, it’ll be impossible to have just one. Be sure to drizzle some fresh maple syrup on top for added fall flavor. Find the recipe here.
6. Autumn Frittata
This one is so good you’ll find yourself making it for lunch and dinner too. Full of flavor and your favorite meats and cheeses, this completely customizable frittata will leave everyone wanting another piece. Check out the recipe here.
Article Originally Written By Brianna Pisacane
Brianna joined WJBR as a digital content producer in June 2020 after graduating with latin honors from the University of Delaware. Her interests extend into the areas of writing, journalism, marketing and production. She previously worked as an intern at The Biden Institute where she prepared daily news briefings and developed content for the organization’s digital platforms.