marthastewart.com 1. Salted Caramel Apple Cider Baked Doughnuts mondaymorningdonut.com You'll need a doughnut pan for these guys, but just look at that caramel icing dripping down the sides. Consider it a very good investment. Get the recipe here. 2. Maple Pumpkin Spice Popcorn familyfreshcooking.com Sweet, salty, and crunchy with the taste of pumpkin. An evening outside in the crisp fall air deserves better than plain popcorn. Get the recipe here. 3. Cinnamon Apple Chips jessicainthekitchen.com These will fill your house with the smell of apple and cinnamon as they bake away in the oven for a few hours. You'll need some patience, but at only 40 calories per serving, the end result is well worth the wait. Get the recipe here. 4. Pumpkin Spice Krispies essentiallyeclectic.com All spice everything. These are perfect for a hayride, bonfire, football game, or any fall outing. Get the recipe here. 5. Autumn Brittle adventures-in-cooking.com With almonds, cashews, pumpkin seeds, and dried cranberries, this crunchy brittle showcases all the earthy flavors of fall. Get the recipe here. 6. Churro Pretzels ohsweetbasil.com These genius cinnamon sugar-coated pretzels take about 10 minutes to make. Less time cooking, more time picking out which fall sweater you're going to wear. Get the recipe here. 7. Mini-French Apple Cakes hungryrabbitnyc.com Not only are these mini apple cakes très chic, they can also be made up to three days in advance and travel well. Get the recipe here. 8. Chocolate and Peanut Butter Acorns sixinthesuburbsblog.blogspot.com If you can unwrap Hershey kisses and melt a bag of chocolate chips, you can make these seasonal bite-size treats. And it's peanut butter and chocolate, so you can't go wrong. Get the recipe here. 9. Salted Caramel Apple Hand Pies justataste.com These take some time to prepare, but your efforts will be rewarded. Perfectly portable, so you can easily snack on them as you travel down bumpy back roads looking at the leaves. Get the recipe here. 10. Soft Pumpkin Granola Bars mynameisyeh.com These soft pumpkin granola bars are what every loaf of pumpkin bread aspires to be. Get the recipe here. 11. Pumpkin Spice Trail Mix eatingbirdfood.com If pumpkin spice is wrong, I don't want to be right. Full of good-for-you ingredients, you don't have to feel bad about eating this stuff by the handful. Get the recipe here. 12. Applesauce Parfait With Cinnamon Breadcrumbs food52.com These parfaits call for vanilla yogurt, but you can also make them with whipped cream, so why wouldn't you? Get the recipe here. 13. Salted Pumpkin Caramels food52.com Crunchy, chewy, sweet, and salty. These salted pumpkin caramels are everything you love about fall. Wrap them individually, throw a few in your bag, and hit the pumpkin patch. Get the recipe here. 14. Peanut Butter Trail Mix Bars sallysbakingaddiction.com You can pack store-bought granola bars, or you can pack these. And when you make your own, you get to decide how many chocolate chips to add. Get the recipe here. 15. S'mores Cookies the-girl-who-ate-everything.com If you're heading to a fall bonfire, obviously roast your own marshmallows and make yourself a chocolate, marshmallow, graham cracker mess. Otherwise, you can make these cookies and still have all that good stuff. Get the recipe here. 16. Pistachio Hazelnut Nougat mynameisyeh.com It's a little tricky to make, but if you have the time, patience, and a good candy thermometer, look how beautiful it turns out. Get the recipe here. 17. Maple Walnut Cupcakes marthastewart.com The taste of maple is quintessentially fall and the simple half-walnut decoration makes for an elegant presentation. These syrupy, golden cupcakes definitely win at fall. Get the recipe here.