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16 Cozy Fall Dessert Recipes You're Gonna Want To Save

It's baking season!

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Fall is here and that means it's officially baking season!

As the temperature starts to drop, one of the best ways to stay warm is to preheat your oven and get baking! So we rounded up 16 of our favorite fall dessert recipes you can tackle this season:

1. Pumpkin Cookies

These are the perfect cookie for people who love soft pumpkin bread. They're cakey, a little spicy, and topped with a dreamy vanilla frosting. Get the recipe.
dearcrissy.com

These are the perfect cookie for people who love soft pumpkin bread. They're cakey, a little spicy, and topped with a dreamy vanilla frosting. Get the recipe.

2. Sugar Spice Pear Galette

The word galette might sound fancy, but it's actually just a rustic pie that's way easier to make compared to a traditional one. Get the recipe.
Frank Tiu

The word galette might sound fancy, but it's actually just a rustic pie that's way easier to make compared to a traditional one. Get the recipe.

3. Cinnamon Sugar Apple Cake

pinchofyum.com

This cake is the perfect way to use up apples you may have picked over the weekend. (Or the perfect excuse to go apple picking.) Get the recipe.

4. Oaty Ginger Crunch Bars

cloudykitchen.com

These simple bars have a pinch of ground ginger in them to give 'em a subtle festive flavor — and they're a cinch to throw together, too. Get the recipe.

5. Caramelized Apple Oatmeal Cookies

livforcake.com

These autumnal cookies are basically just apple crisp in cookie form, so what's not to like? Get the recipe.

6. Brown Butter Pecan Pie Bars

sallysbakingaddiction.com

Pecan pie in bar form? GENIUS (and so much easier to serve to a crowd). Get the recipe.

7. Cranberry Brownies

bakerita.com

These browies are made with three different kinds of cranberries (fresh, dried, and chocolate-covered), so cranberry-haters stay away! Get the recipe.

8. Baked Apple Hand Pies

shewearsmanyhats.com

Baking pie is a commitment, but these little hand pies are super quick to throw together and way less pressure — and they taste just the same! Get the recipe.

9. Cranberry Bliss Cookies

somethingswanky.com

White chocolate + cranberries is the fall flavor combo you never knew you needed. Get the recipe.

10. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

dinneratthezoo.com

These classic chocolate chip cookies are jazzed up with canned pumpkin and warming spices to make 'em super festive and full of fall flavor. Get the recipe.

11. Pumpkin Roll Bars

therecipecritic.com

You know the classic pumpkin roll recipe found on the side of canned pumpkin? Well just think of this cake as that, only no rolling required. Get the recipe.

12. Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread

feedtheswimmers.com

Use whatever gluten-free flour mix you like in this simple pumpkin bread recipe, and feel free to double it so you can stash the extra loaf in your freezer. (Highly recommended.) Get the recipe.

13. Cinnamon Swirl Bread

I can think of nothing better than waking up to toasted cinnamon bread on a chilly fall morning — and if that bread is homemade, now that's a perfect morning. Get the recipe.
food52.com

I can think of nothing better than waking up to toasted cinnamon bread on a chilly fall morning — and if that bread is homemade, now that's a perfect morning. Get the recipe.

14. Apple Pie Crumble Blondies

Apple pie + blondies = the unexpected dessert mashup that might just become your new fall baking tradition. Get the recipe.
Julie Klink/BuzzFeed

Apple pie + blondies = the unexpected dessert mashup that might just become your new fall baking tradition. Get the recipe.

15. Maple Tahini Cupcakes With Labneh Frosting

mynameisyeh.com

Labneh is just a fancy name for super thick yogurt. If you can't find it in your grocery store, just let some Greek yogurt hang out in a strainer overnight to remove some of the extra liquid. Get the recipe.

16. Chai-Spiced Cheesecake Muffins

Eat these babies for breakfast, lunch, or dessert — heck, eat 'em for dinner, too. It's fall, live it up! Get the recipe.
Katie Aubin/BuzzFeed

Eat these babies for breakfast, lunch, or dessert — heck, eat 'em for dinner, too. It's fall, live it up! Get the recipe.

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