10 Fall Garden to Table Recipes You Won’t Be Able to Resist

You’ve worked sooo hard all summer, slaving over your garden, nurturing your prized veggies, and now that fall’s here, it’s time to EAT!

Check out these 10 to die for fall recipes that will help you use up those garden-fresh ingredients while putting you in #cozymode.

Let's Start With Something Savory:

Thinly sliced green tomatoes drenched in a yellow herb flour AND deep fried?

Say less. 

Grab your green tomatoes and get to frying!

Nothing says fall like a hot, creamy bowl of chowder filled with garden veggies, herbs, and cheese, YUM.

Talk about a comfort food! Put your tomatoes and zucchinis to good use with this family favorite.

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Who says we can’t eat veggies in the morning (and make them deliciously breakfast worthy, of course)?

Put your spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, and fresh peppers to use first thing in the morning! 

Anybody else get a unanimous “no, not pork chops!” protest every pork chop night?

This recipe is for you. 

Full of crisp apples, onion, sage, and cheddar cheese, these thick-cut pork chops are packed with fall flavor, a walnut-dusting, and a caramelized apple topping. 


Did somebody say fall fruit?

This combination of hazelnuts, roasted pears, and bleu cheese makes a quick, easy, and delicious fall dinner that everyone will love. 

Yup, another breakfast recipe, sorry, not sorry! 

This is the PERFECT casserole to serve on a chilly Saturday morning. It’s easy, it’s hearty, and positively delectable

For all the pumpkin growers out there, you just HAVE to try this Roasted Southwest Pumpkin Stew by Miz Helen’s Country Cottage.

This full-flavored and hearty southwest stew will cure all of your cold-weather blues (and the roasted pumpkin seeds on top don’t hurt either).

Now onto a Little Something Sweet:

The favored companion of breads, muffins, pancakes, waffles, and pretty much anything else looking for a pop of fall flavor! 

This pumpkin butter recipe is sooo simple and can be kept in the fridge to use whenever you want. 

SO easy and without a doubt a fall favorite!

All you need are fresh apples, a cinnamon stick, and a crockpot (or saucepan)!

Throw it over some creamy vanilla ice cream or eat it on its own. 

Ok, ladies and gentlemen, a real fall treat here.

Warm, gooey, and packed full of fall flavor, these cookies will be gone before you even have time to blink. 

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