Our Favorite Fall Sweet Treats

Our Favorite Fall Sweet Treats

The flavor of Fall is different for everyone, but if there’s one thing we can all agree on it’s that Fall food is, well, the best.

Whether it’s apple pie or pumpkin spiced awesomeness, Halloween season beats out Christmas when it comes to treats and sugary delights. With our artificial sweeteners and sugar substitutes, you can remain health conscious and not have to miss out on any of the fun.

When it comes to baking something original, we figured you might find yourself overwhelmed with all of the options out there. So, we’ve gathered a few of our favorite Fall sweets that are a little outside the norm (but no less easy to bake and enjoy). Check them out below!

Caramel Cupcakes: 

When it comes to cupcakes, chocolate and vanilla seem to get all of the love. Let’s change it up, shall we? 

Cranberry Pumpkin Muffins:

Whether for breakfast or as a delicious snack, cranberry pumpkins are so flavorfully original you’ll want to have these all year long!

Cinnamon Sugar Donuts with Apple Butter:
As sugary as they are filling, these sugary donuts taste like a crisp Autumn day at the pumpkin patch. Two words: Yes, please.

Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls:

Forget cinnamon rolls: Here at Health Garden, we’re all about switching it up– and nothing (and we mean, nothing) tastes more heavenly than a cinnamon roll merged with caramel apple.

Applesauce Cake:

We love applesauce cake because it tastes like home. Plus, it decadently mixes all the warm spices of Fall— cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice — added to brown sugar and applesauce. Love!

The best thing about all of these sweet treats? While they’re all unique and not as “popular” as other Fall recipes, they can all be easily found with a quick Google search. Not to mention, there are a plethora of ways to make them vegan, gluten-free, and more (especially with the help of our ingredients!).

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