Fall Recipes

The transition from summer to fall can be a little rough when you’re living in Chandler, AZ. Once the weather cools down, everything is great. Suddenly, you can go outside again without melting. It just takes a little while for the weather to get that cool. Fall officially begins on September 22, and this month the Liv Avenida Blog is bringing our residents five autumn recipes to help you make the transition from summer to autumn.


Caramel Apple Milkshake from My Organized Chaos

This easy recipe is perfect for the transition from summer to fall. It’s cool and refreshing, but it still incorporates some of our favorite fall flavors. Septembers in Chandler, AZ are famously hot — cool down with a caramel apple milkshake.


Pumpkin Mousse from Dessert Now, Dinner Later

Pumpkin Mousse is great because, well, it’s served cold! This pumpkin mousse is especially great because of it’s sweet taste and healthy ingredients. Dessert Now, Dinner Later uses coconut cream to make this treat a little more waistline-friendly.


Caramel Apple Mousse Cake from The Gunny Sack

What can we say? We love a good mousse. This caramel apple mousse cake is a dream. It’s moist, soft, sweet, and perfect for an evening dessert after a long work day. We recommend bringing this cake to your next fall party — it’s sure to impress all the guests!


Caramel Cheesecake Dip from Crazy for Crust

Caramel Cheesecake Dip is a quick recipe for those days when you get home from work and just want an easy snack. We recommend making a lot of this dip; it will probably be finished pretty quickly. Crazy for Crust recommends eating this dip with graham crackers or apples.


Pumpkin Cream Pie Trifles from Julie’s Eats & Treats

There’s nothing we love more than a good trifle. These pumpkin cream pie trifles are delicious and the perfect mix of flavors and textures.Feel free to make homemade gingersnaps instead of buying them from the store if you have the time.


Are you planning on trying out any of these recipes? Leave us a comment with your favorite fall recipe, and thanks for reading!