Food and Recipes

Yummy Scrummy Autumn Recipes

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Dig out your scarves and gloves – it looks like autumn is on its way! As it gets colder and darker outside, it’s a great time to practise your baking skills. Here at Jump, we can always make room for a dessert, and these ones are especially mouthwatering. Read on to find out about the five yummiest scrummiest recipes we have found online… and remember to ask an adult for help!

 

You can find this recipe on Taste of Home.

You can find this recipe on Taste of Home.

 

Sick of boring old normal trifle? No, we aren’t either… Still, this is an great twist on a classic recipe, and it’s vegetarian. The pumpkin and gingerbread make it a perfect dessert for this time of year – when you’ve scoffed this, you can get on with carving a pumpkin face!

 

 

You can find this recipe at Kidspot.

You can find this recipe at Kidspot.

 

A nice and simple one here. We don’t know many people who can resist muffins, and these are pretty cute. Even better, they only use three ingredients and take ten minutes! Now how many can we fit in our mouths…?

 

 

 

 

Chocolate Dipped Apples

This recipe is at Baking Mad. Image from here.

 

If you love decoration, this one’s for you. Simply dunk the apples in melted chocolate, and cover it in whatever you fancy. We’re not sure if we’d prefer Smarties or white chocolate buttons – maybe we’ll have both!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Head over to BBC Good Food for this recipe.

Head over to BBC Good Food for this recipe.

This is pretty cool. Not only does it combine chocolate pudding and jelly snakes, which we think sounds great, but it also looks amazing too. You wouldn’t have to stop at snakes, either – you could let your imagination run riot!

 

 

 

 

 

 

This recipe was created by the Minimalist Baker.

This recipe was created by the Minimalist Baker.

 

Can we get a YUM? This combines two brilliant things – pancakes and peanut butter, and adds up to hearty gooey goodness. It’s vegan, too, so great if you don’t eat dairy or gluten.

 

 

 

 

Joanna

Jump! Mag's intern. MSc Publishing student. Literature advocate. Fond of hyphenation. Lancastrian.

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