Fall is one of the best seasons for produce. Butternut squash, apples, pumpkins, brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes...our bags can't help but burst at the farmers market. And with good produce, comes even better recipes.

We love the classics: butternut squash soup, pumpkin pie, apple tarts. But...we've been there, done that. This year, we're looking to get a little bit more creative with our fall recipes, and we've compiled our favorites for you.

Take a scroll and get cooking!

Chai Scones with Maple Chai Glaze

chai scones with maple chai glaze plays well with butter

| image courtesy of plays well with butter / photography by jess larson |

Butternut Squash Green Curry Soup

butternut squash green curry soup nyt cooking

| image courtesy of the new york times / photography by linda xiao |

Cider Pumpkin Waffles with Salted Maple Butter

cider pumpkin waffles with salted maple butter

| image courtesy of halfbakedharvest / photography by tieghan gerard |

Creamy Butternut Squash Gnocchi

creamy butternut squash gnocchi julia's album

| image courtesy of julia's album |

Smoky Harvest Apple Cider Margarita

smoky apple cider margarita half baked harvest

| image courtesy of halfbakedharvest / photography by tieghan gerard |

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