When the autumn season rolls around, many people get the urge to bake and try a variety of new recipes. From warming recipes, to those that use the most beloved spices and flavours of the season, there are a lot of ways to create really satisfying dishes. But if you want to start incorporating recipes that your kids are sure to love, check out the five ideas below.

1. Brownie Bites

Who doesn’t love some warm brownies on a cool autumn day? Your kids are sure to delight in this treat, but rather than using any icing on your dessert, add some protein by using almond butter as the brownie topping instead. Whether you make the brownies homemade or from a box doesn’t matter, but consider cutting them into bites to keep portions small.

2. Apple Cider Doughnuts

Doughnuts are a sweet treat for the fall as well, so making your own apple cider doughnuts right at home is a great way to please your child’s sweet tooth while making something together that you can both indulge in. Warm up some apple cider on the stove to infuse your kitchen with the rich scents of autumn as you prepare your doughnut recipe, and then pop the doughnuts in the oven rather than frying them in order to make this treat healthier.

3. Caramel Covered Apples

Chocolate covered apples are great, but caramel covered apples are even better. If you have gone apple picking this autumn, use the extra apples after you create a warm, rich caramel sauce that you can dip the apples into. This easy treat can be made in just minutes and all you really need is some sticks that you can use to hold your apples as you dip them into the hot caramel. Let the caramel cool before you indulge.

4. Cranberry Cupcakes

When you want to make cupcakes in the fall, why not spice them up with some cranberry to infuse them with the flavours of the season? All you have to do is make regular vanilla cupcakes and then fill them with a delicious cranberry sauce made from fresh cranberries, brown and granulated sugar, apple cider, and cinnamon. Once you bite into these cupcakes, you will have a deliciously sweet surprise waiting.

5. Apple Pie

Your kids may not really be big fans of pumpkin pie, but it is really likely that they will love a warm and sweet apple pie. Again, if you went apple picking this year, use those apples to work with your kids on making a delicious pie crust and filling that will be the perfect dessert. You might even want to enjoy a slice for breakfast before heading off to take your kids to school.

These are just a few of the many autumn recipes that you can enjoy as you take in all that this season has to offer, and you can enjoy every one of these delicious treats with your kids, who are sure to love them as well.