Vegetables on a wooden board

Even though summer hasn’t been exactly what most people imagined this year, as September begins, it’s the perfect time to think about trying some new recipes. With the weather cooling down and the nights drawing in, comforting and warm foods are the way to go. We’ve selected five of our favourite autumnal recipes to make sure you stay satisfied as the seasons change.

Apple, Cheese and Potato Pie

Nothing says autumn like pie, and this Apple, Cheese and Potato Pie is a savoury twist on a classic. Served with vegetables and delicious gravy, this is sure to be a family favourite for many years to come. Plus, if you don’t want to make your pastry from scratch, just buy store bought – it’s just as good and takes less than half the time!


One-Pot Sausage Casserole with Garlic Breadcrumbs

Served with creamy mash, this One-Pot Sausage Casserole is the perfect midweek meal. Top it off with flavourful garlic breadcrumbs, and you’ve got a dish that is sure to get you in the autumnal spirit.


Pumpkin Muffins

Looking for something to make with your grandchildren? These Pumpkin Muffins are ideal as a mid-morning snack and can be made in under half an hour. They’ll also be a welcome treat at any Halloween or Bonfire Night parties you may have, too!


Macaroni Cheese Lasagne

Food can often make you feel better, and if you’re missing the warmer weather, comfort food is the way to go. This recipe combines two of the ultimate pick-me-up meals: lasagne and macaroni cheese, into one indulgent meal. Plus, it makes enough to feed 6-8 people, so you’ll have enough for a good few meals!


Slow Cooker Sticky Toffee Pudding

Sticky Toffee Pudding: arguably, one of the best desserts ever. If you need an amazing pudding, but don’t want to spend ages on it, then this is the one for you. Simply put all the ingredients into your slow cooker and leave it to do its thing! You’ll have a decadent dessert that will impress everyone, without even having to lift a finger.