Budget-Friendly Fall Recipes

Budget-Friendly Fall Recipes

Budget-Friendly Fall Recipes

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The cooler autumn weather and the flavor of sweet, spicy baked treats seem to belong together. There are plenty of tasty pumpkin fall recipes to try if you’re planning to entertain or looking for pleasing easy and cheap desserts to pair with your favorite dinner ideas, try these tasty fall recipes from AmeriCash Loans.

Pumpkin Spice Cookies With Cream Cheese Frosting
If you're looking for a fun, simple dessert to have when serving easy meals, these cookies are worth considering. These cookies are made by mixing a boxed spice cake with a cup of pumpkin, half a cup of applesauce, and two eggs. Drop the batter by the spoonful onto a greased baking sheet. The cookies need to bake between eight and ten minutes in a 350-degree oven. 

These cookies are good enough to eat without frosting, but cream cheese frosting adds an extra-sweet, creamy touch. After cooling the fresh-baked cookies, spread a layer of cream cheese frosting on top of each cookie and enjoy.

Pumpkin Muffin Dusted With Powdered Sugar
Want an idea for cheap desserts that go great with a cup of coffee, a glass of cold milk, or some of your favorite cheap dinner ideas? Use a round cake pan and boxed muffin mix to create this easy dessert. Make the muffin mix as directed on the box, but bake it in a round cake pan instead of in muffin cups. Either choose a festive autumn-themed stencil to use when decorating the top with powdered sugar or simply cover the whole top with a light dusting.

Pumpkin Popovers With Cinnamon Glaze
These popovers are a variation on a classic fruit-filled turnover, and the crust can be made with a tube of crescent roll dough. Mix a cup of canned pumpkin with half a cup of brown sugar and a teaspoon of cinnamon. 

Spread the crescent roll into squares on a lightly greased baking sheet. Put a scoop of filling mix in the center of each square, fold it in half, press the edges together, and bake the squares for 10 minutes in a 350-degree oven. Let it cool, and mix two tablespoons of butter with half a cup of powdered sugar and a dash of cinnamon in a measuring cup. Then, spread a light layer of powdered sugar and cinnamon glaze on top.

Fall entertaining and making desserts to enhance dinner ideas may cut into your budget when it's not part of your normal routine. However, there's a solution when you're preparing budget-friendly easy meals. If you're in need of some new supplies for preparing these pumpkin-flavored fall recipes, some ingredients, or even some new clothes for fall entertaining, check out the easy online application process for installment loans of up to $4,000 from AmeriCash Loans. You can also visit your nearest store location to get funded too!
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