What to Cook in September

zucchini chips, apple slab pie, chicken and veggies and potato soup

Fall is finally here – which means some of our favorite produce is in season. Apple, pumpkin, brussels sprouts, potatoes, zucchini, and more make up some delicious recipes that you need to make this September. From soups to pies to pasta dishes, these fall dishes need to be in your recipe box.

Harvest Skillet Chicken with Apples, Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes

Harvest Skillet Chicken with Apples, Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes

“A single skillet chicken dinner with harvest apples, brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes in a tasty maple dijon sauce with bacon, dried cranberries and pecans!” - Kevin
Potato Bacon Soup

Potato Bacon Soup

“This was great! And, so quick and easy that even fixing it on a week night was easy. I certainly understand the desire to ‘make it from scratch,’ but for this working lady, this was perfect!!” - Sheri
Figgy Flatbread Recipe

Figgy Flatbread Recipe

“Seriously, this goodness is so easy to make. It takes about 1 minute to assemble and 5 to 7 minutes to cook depending on if you want your crust chewy or crispy.” - Paula
Janet's Pumpkin Bread

Janet's Pumpkin Bread

“I know this recipe already received a blue ribbon, but I have tried it today and say let's give it another. My family loves pumpkin anything and this took the top choice.” - Michelle
Apple Crumb Muffins

Apple Crumb Muffins

“These bakery style Apple Crumb Muffins are light and fluffy with hints of cinnamon. They are packed with bits of apples and topped with a buttery crumb topping. These are the perfect grab and go breakfast but are delicious enough to have as a light dessert.” - Debbie
Italian Drunken Noodles

Italian Drunken Noodles

“Oh, my gracious! This was beyond delicious! I was already full and just couldn't stop taking just ‘one more bite’ until I finally asked someone to please take the bowl (with hardly any left in it) off the table. I'm sure I will finish off the dab that is left as I clean up the kitchen. This will be made OFTEN from now on!” - Sandra
Corn and Zucchini Cheddar and Tomato Quiche

Corn and Zucchini Cheddar and Tomato Quiche

“All said and done this corn and zucchini cheddar and tomato quiche takes less than 30 minutes to make and it’s great straight from the oven, cooled to room temperature or chilled from the fridge and it’s a perfect way to enjoy some summer themed veggies!” - Kevin
Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip

“This recipe is a favorite with my family. It combines my daddy's artichoke dip and my spinach dip to create one fantastic hot, creamy, and cheesy dip.” - Janet
Pear Cake

Pear Cake

“This recipe comes from my husband's sweet grandma (Moma Chloe). She made everything with love and a smile! This cake is very moist and freezes well.” - Leah
Zucchini Chips

Zucchini Chips

“These zucchini chips are soft inside with a crunchy outside. It's a very savory side dish. Since these are baked, not fried, and lightly seasoned, you taste the sweetness of the zucchini. We love the salty taste from the Parmesan cheese. This is a great summertime side dish. But, they'd make a nice snack too.” - Kitchen Crew
Cheesy Chicken and Veggie Pies

Cheesy Chicken and Veggie Pies

“A wonderful savory pie that would be delicious for brunch, lunch, or dinner. The vegetables, fresh spinach, and moist chicken breasts are a hearty filling. Cream cheese adds a touch of tang and makes everything creamy. We loved the crunch from the crescent roll dough crust. Easy to make and so good.” - Kitchen Crew
Tres Leches Pumpkin Pie Squares

Tres Leches Pumpkin Pie Squares

“These bars were FANTASTIC, my daughter who is just learning to cook because now she has a daughter made them and she is NOT a cook but she did AMAZING and they are now part of her Thanksgiving Day meal plan!!! TERRIFIC thank you and the crust is SPECTACULAR and I normally do NOT like nuts in my food 1st time for everything!! Thank you again!” - Dana
Sweet Potato Cobbler

Sweet Potato Cobbler

“I remember my mother and her friend making this when I was young. It's so yummy and it's a perfect dessert for autumn when fresh sweet potatoes are plentiful in Alabama. I was raised on a farm and we used to dig potatoes and store them in the storm pit to keep them from becoming rotten. I think you'll like it. It's also a good Thanksgiving dessert. I wish I had one ready to eat right now!!” - Jewel
Apple Slab Pie

Apple Slab Pie

“This is a delicious recipe with a crust that is flaky and rich. Cream cheese and butter are a match made in heaven for a wonderful tasting crust. I love this slab pie because not only does it taste wonderful, but it feeds a lot of people. It is great to make for a potluck or for a family gathering. It never fails to impress and gets rave reviews.” - Donna
Street Corn - Casserole Style

Street Corn - Casserole Style

“Street corn is delicious but it can be very messy to eat. We love Martha's casserole version - it has all the flavor of street corn without the mess. We opted to use frozen corn in ours to get that fresh crisp taste and texture. But, canned corn can be used too. Once baked, this is creamy, tangy, and cheesy. Chili powder on top brings a little heat, so adjust to suit your taste. We think this would be good as a dip too with some tortilla chips.” - Kitchen Crew
Sour Cream Pumpkin Coffee Cake With Pecan Streusel

Sour Cream Pumpkin Coffee Cake With Pecan Streusel

“I admit there are a few steps to this, but if you like coffee cake and enjoy pumpkin, it is well worth the time because you are in for a real treat with this recipe! From the pumpkin and spices to the pecan streusel, it screams fall and cooler weather. The cake is moist and buttery, while the pumpkin is flavorful but not overpowering. The pecans in the streusel give it a nice crunch. It always gets one of the highest bids at our annual Christmas auction for charity at our church. It is perfect with a piping cup of hot, fresh coffee!” - Lisa
Roasted Stuffed Zucchini & Summer Squash

Roasted Stuffed Zucchini & Summer Squash

“These are easy, yummy and you can bake them in the oven alongside your main dish. You will want one zucchini and one summer squash for every two people. Leftovers reheat very well in the microwave.” - Catherine
Harvest Fruit Salad

Harvest Fruit Salad

“I came up with this salad when I was asked to bring a fruit salad to holidays and most fruits are out of season. I looked and looked for a fruit salad recipe that didn't involve canned fruit and couldn't find anything that said ‘Fall.’ This salad will definitely stay in my ‘keeper’ file!” - Michelle
Cinnamon Mascarpone Baked Pears

Cinnamon Mascarpone Baked Pears

“Made these and loved them! Used cream cheese and they were yummy! My husband ate two! Will definitely try the Mascarpone cheese! Thanks for sharing this easy and delicious recipe!” - Pat
Grilled Corn and Fresh Pepper Salad

Grilled Corn and Fresh Pepper Salad

“This grilled corn salad is a simple and tasty summer side dish. The tangy dressing is a nice contrast with the sweet, crisp corn. Red pepper and cilantro give the salad a fresh flavor that tastes of summer. Once the corn is grilled, this is very simple to throw together. A full-flavored side for the summer grilling season.” - Kitchen Crew
Country Sausage Stuffed Zucchini Squash

Country Sausage Stuffed Zucchini Squash

“We were very impressed by this zucchini recipe. It's a great way to use the extra bits of ingredients you may have in the fridge. Really, this could be served for any meal. It was like a breakfast casserole in a zucchini boat. If you like a little extra kick to your meals, use hot sausage. Looking forward to making this easy recipe again.” - Kitchen Crew
Deb's Famous Sweet Potato Bread

Deb's Famous Sweet Potato Bread

“I loved this bread. Easy, tasty, delicious! For the sweet potato, I just baked a large one in the microwave, let it cool, and mashed it with a little sorghum to make a nice puree.” - Susan
Apple Turnovers

Apple Turnovers

“I like to make turnovers. I just made 4 apple turnovers and some cups filled with the filling and a topping using my apple cobbler topping. This will make a nice snack for after dinner.” - Deb
Caramel Pumpkin Rolls

Caramel Pumpkin Rolls

“These rolls are very delicious, a great dessert for fall baking. They are best served warm, but we have reheated them in the oven for a few minutes and they are still yummy!” - Carolynne