16 Recipes to Make in November

Pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, cranberry chicken and butternut squash soup

Tis the season for all our favorite foods to be in season. Butternut squash, apples, cabbage, pumpkin, brussels sprouts, cranberries and more are available in abundance – yay! From soups to casseroles to breads, here are 16 delicious recipes to make with these wonderful seasonal ingredients that your taste buds will love.

Sausage Apple Pancakes with Apple Cider Syrup

Sausage Apple Pancakes with Apple Cider Syrup

“Pancakes are one of my favourite breakfasts and it’s always fun to add flavours to them like apples in these apple and sausage pancakes with apple cider syrup which are perfect for fall!” - Kevin
Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Pie

“This recipe uses sweetened condensed milk and gives a richness not achieved with evaporated milk - the standard recipe. The pie crust is flaky and firm! YUMMO!” - Malinda
20-Minute Sausage Cabbage and Potatoes

20-Minute Sausage Cabbage and Potatoes

“20-minute Sausage Cabbage and Potatoes, this stove-top casserole is quick and easy to make. It’s a tasty recipe for busy weeknight meals for the family.” - Paula
Cranberry Roast Chicken and Sweet Potatoes

Cranberry Roast Chicken and Sweet Potatoes

“Made this tonight and it turned out wonderful. A real easy keeper for sure. Thank you so much.” - Rick
Rotini with Broccolini and Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Rotini with Broccolini and Sun-Dried Tomatoes

“So this recipe is simple. And there aren’t many ingredients either. (Woo hoo!) Although I made this with whole wheat rotini, you can use any kind of pasta you have on hand. If you don’t want to buy broccolini, use a crown of broccoli instead. You can sub out the pine nuts with walnuts or almonds. This recipe is agreeable like that.” - Kiersten
Roasted Butternut Squash With Sage & Dried Cherries

Roasted Butternut Squash With Sage & Dried Cherries

“It's fall and time for squash. I love butternut squash and paired with the sage and dried cherries it's so delicious. I use coconut oil because it doesn't go rancid when heated like other oils.” - Jo
Classic Apple Pie

Classic Apple Pie

“Everyone loves a classic apple pie, right? It can be served all year round from 4th of July to Thanksgiving to Christmas and beyond. This is a simple recipe with only apples, sugar, and spices, they key ingredient being truly fresh, quality apples. Once you have those, you really don’t need anything else!” - Shikha
Zesty Cranberry Waldorf Salad

Zesty Cranberry Waldorf Salad

“A refreshing twist on Waldorf Salad, with dried cranberries, lemon, and orange zest. I have never been a big fan of Waldorf salad, so I looked at several recipes and came up with one I really like. This is one I take to Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner.” - Julia
Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad with Pear, Cranberries, and Vegan Parmesan

Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad with Pear, Cranberries, and Vegan Parmesan

“I love fresh salads for lunch or sides, and frankly the bigger the better. I wanted a little bit of everything in here; crunch, sweetness, cheesiness, and something that can be prepared ahead of time and thrown together later.” - Sophia
Heirloom Minestrone Soup

Heirloom Minestrone Soup

“This is a wonderful soup recipe. I have been making this for 40 years and my family loves it. Serve topped with Parmesan cheese and piping hot crusty bread.” - Patricia
Fig and Brie Panini with Prosciutto

Fig and Brie Panini with Prosciutto

“The brie and fig panini turned out really well. The brie melted nicely and the sandwich was nice and ooey and gooey and good with every bite trailing strings of melted brie. The sweet fig, brie and prosciutto were a great combination and I practically inhaled the sandwich. Luckily I have enough of everything to make a few more of them.” - Kevin
Creamy Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Creamy Mashed Sweet Potatoes

“These creamy mashed sweet potatoes are savory and slightly sweet. They are rich and buttery, the perfect side for all occasions especially a holiday meal.” - Debbie
Creamy Chicken and Butternut Squash Soup

Creamy Chicken and Butternut Squash Soup

“This will become your go-to soup this fall. It's delicious! The seasoning blend adds a great savory flavor. But it's a bit sweet from the butternut squash. We added kale to our soup and liked the fresh taste and crunchy texture. Spinach would be fantastic too.” - Kitchen Crew
Baked Brie With Cranberry Sauce

Baked Brie With Cranberry Sauce

“This is a simple, but elegant, appetizer that will please just about anyone on Thanksgiving (or at any point in the holiday season). The buttery Brie is creamy when it melts and its savory flavor is a nice contrast to the tart cranberries. Walnuts add a nice crunch. We loved eating this with sliced apples. The sweetness from the apples is a lovely combination with the baked Brie. When you're limited on time, this quick and easy appetizer can be put together in no time.” - Kitchen Crew
Amish Pumpkin Bread

Amish Pumpkin Bread

“I make this bread whenever I'm craving pumpkin. It's so moist and delicious. I have also made it as banana bread, you just replace the pumpkin with banana and omit the spices. All around a fabulous recipe. Thanks so much for posting it!” - Lauren
Cranberry Pear Cake

Cranberry Pear Cake

“This is a light a delicious cake that is transformed into an irresistible holiday delight. This was delightfully eaten after dinner today and enjoyed by all. The sweet and tangy cranberry and the hint of orange went perfectly together with the pears.” - Pat