5 Favorite Vegan Fall Recipes

Fall is officially here! For me, that means the start of lots of cozy nights in, home cooked comfort foods, and hot drinks! Taylor Made Style has always been about fashion, thrifting, and inspiring others to find their own unique personal style, but there’s many other things I’m passionate about, and I’m excited to incorporate a few new things in this space! So today, I’m sharing my 5 favorite vegan Fall recipes! I’ve been vegan for 5 years, and these are always some of my go to Fall recipes that are quick, easy, and yummy for everyone!

Through 5 years of lots of vegan cookbooks, pinteresting, and much trial and error… I’ve gotten pretty good at deciphering the best vegan recipes, and weeding out the complicated ones that require 468234879 ingredients and 5 hours to make. lol NOPE!  I’ve put together this small list of snacks, dinners, and drinks to get you ready for Fall! I hope you enjoy making some of these simple recipes. So get cozy, and get cooking!











1. Kettle Corn

We love popping up some kettle corn, for a movie night! Add in a fort and some fairy lights, and it’s the perfect low-key cozy night in!

















2. 1 Pot, 30-Minute Vegan Chili

We love making a big pot of chili on a Sunday afternoon, and eating off of it for a few days. This one is so simple because you dump everything into 1 pot, and cook for 30 minutes, and then it’s done!




3. Vegan Pumpkin Bread

Nothing screams Fall to me like pumpkin bread! This recipe comes from one of my favorite vegan food blogs, and I love playing around with this recipe by adding chocolate chips, nuts, or dried fruits.


Pumpkin Bread


4. Six-Ingredient Vegan Apple Pie

Did you know the classic apple pie is extremely easy to make vegan?! I was so surprised and happy to know this when I made the switch! Just use vegan butter or margarine, and it’s vegan! This easy 6 ingredient apple pie is one of my favorite Fall treats!


apple pie


5. Spiked Apple Cider

I’m not an apple juice drinker, but I am SO here for the spiked hot apple cider! Heat up some apple cider with some mulling spices, and add a splash of bourbon, rum, or whiskey, and you have Fall in a glass!


Apple Cider

*None of these recipes or photos are mine.

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