This classic fall treat is typically found at your local county fair or carnival, but why not bring the fun of the fair home with you? These sweet and salty candied apples are fun to make with friends and family, not to mention both festive and delicious.
These mini-muffins are perfectly portable, making them a great snack for a lunch box, a picnic, a road trip, or a potluck. It’s just a bonus that they’re adorable, making our favorite fair food a little more refined.
Reminiscent of the classic Mexican street food, this grilled corn recipe couldn’t be easier — or tastier.
If you’ve never tried baking with zucchini before, we highly recommend it — it keeps these warm, spiced, and nutty bars especially moist and gives them a hearty texture. Plus, the addition of zucchini is bound to make you feel less guilty about having more than one.
These fritters aren’t exclusive to summer — they are delicious with fresh squash from your local farmers market, but can be made year-round with squash from the grocery store. And trust us, you will want to make these year-round.
Using zucchini as a vessel for spicy sausage and melted cheese might be the best way to eat your vegetables this fall, and the recipe couldn’t be easier.
This classic recipe takes fresh summer squash and a few simple ingredients and turns them into the ultimate comfort food. We dare you to not have seconds.
Lynn’s mother often made this comforting dish for her as a child, and today, it still tastes like home.
This bright, flavorful salad recipe uses the best ingredients from your garden or local farmers market.