This Month’s Ultimate Recipes: Savor September

By Daksha Devnani, Epoch Times
September 12, 2014 Updated: October 8, 2018

Tired of the blazing heat and sweltering humidity of summer? Fear not, because September is upon us! It’s that time of year to re-welcome that crisp, clean, autumn air back into our lives. 

Here are 15 phenomenal recipes that we have compiled that capture the essence of September to reintroduce you into that fall spirit. What better way to celebrate sweater weather, crunchy leaves, and the multitude of colors of the world around you?

1. Cream Cheese Berry Butterfly Tarts


(Courtesy Of Roxy’s Kitchen)

These Cream Cheese Butterfly Tarts are the easiest and cutest dessert you can make this season. To make them, you need only five ingredients, and are made with fresh raspberries. 

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2. Hummiki (Hummus-Tzatziki)


(Courtesy Of Bitter Sweet)

A light, fresh, and creamier dip than the traditional dip. The crisp cucumbers add a textural contrast that is perfect.

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3. Tomato Cakes with Balsamic Frosting 


(Courtesy Of Bitter Sweet)

As unbelievable it is sounds, this is something you have to taste to believe. You can truly taste the tomato in the fiery-red cupcakes with a tangy punch of balsamic vinegar.  Make this amazing dessert this fall and surprise your guests!

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4. Potato Soup and Truffle Butter


(Courtesy Of Four Season’s – Taste)

 A light but delicious soup with potatoes that is both simple and easy to make. A great recipe for a light dinner, try it now!

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5. Breaded Egg Plant Recipe 


(Courtesy Of Roxy’s Kitchen)

Egg Plants help in lowering bad cholesterol, are known to contain no fat, and are usually very rich in fiber. Cook this healthy vegetable today!

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6.  Cinnamon Apple Bake


(Courtesy Of Carrie On Living)

A healthy dessert idea for the autumn season – using simple ingredients without adding any dry fruit or any sweeteners.

Read recipe here.  

7. Beans with roasted peppers and onions


(Courtesy Of Roxy’s Kitchen)

Beans are super nutritious and high in fiber and antioxidants. They are also a great substitute for meat! This recipe requires only five ingredients and can be made in 15 minutes. 

Read recipe here. 

8. Pumpkin Patties


(Courtesy of Bitter Sweet)

These treats do have real pumpkins in them, along with bright, pie-inspired spices. So forget those typical pumpkin candies, and try this amazing treat instead!

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9. Blushing Beet Pierogi


(Courtesy Of Bitter Sweet)

This is no average pierogi, it is stuffed with an alluring pink filling of red beets and mashed potato. They are pan-fried and paired with a smidgen of vegan sour cream on the side. 

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10. White Chocolate and Banana Samosas with Cardamom Sauce


(Courtesy Of Four Seasons’s Taste)

Used to having a Samosa with potato filling? But did you know you could also use banana as the filling for a samosa and add some chocolate flavor to it?

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11. Grape and Banana Dolphin Parfait


(Courtesy Of Roxy’s Kitchen)

This grape and banana dolphin parfait is easy to put together and is an awesome breakfast and dessert choice for kids and adults alike. How can you say no to this cute banana dolphin?

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12. Corn and Wheat Berry Salad 


(Courtesy Of Four Season’s – Taste)

Corn is rich is fiber and tastes delicious. This can be a perfect lunch option which can be also really filling.

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13. Hazelnut-Rosemary Crackers


(Courtesy of Bitter Sweet)

Bringing together the nutty, toasted notes of hazelnut with herbaceous rosemary, these simple crackers are perhaps more addictive than such a small batch should allow. 

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14. Filled Walnut Cookies


(Courtesy of Roxy’s Kitchen)

These cookies are the perfect treat for fall. A great delicacy to impress your guests with. 

Recipe link here

15. Ginger Bread Blackout Cake 


(Courtesy of Bitter Sweet)

A dark, moist, and spicy gingerbread cake is all you need to enjoy this beautiful weather! 

Read recipe here. 

This is the first compilation of our monthly recipe series. Check out the series here.

*Image of “fall background” via Shutterstock. 

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