14 Brand-New Recipes to Try This Month
Our Test Kitchen and Photo Studio teams have been busy trying new recipes. Check out these dinners, desserts, snacks and more—and save them to your recipe box, too!
This pie is heavenly…and so easy! You may garnish with additional cool whip and/or chocolate shavings if desired. —Megan Jedlicka, Ames, Iowa
Make sure you check out the most popular Taste of Home recipes in September!
An antipasto salad and an Italian sub come together to make this perfect combination: a chopped Italian sandwich! —Risa Lichtman, Portland, Oregon
Let us help you plan dinner. Our seasonal, weekly meal plan ideas have every craving covered.
This blue velvet cake draws inspiration from a classic red velvet cake, with its velvety smooth texture and delicious flavor. It’s then generously topped with homemade cream cheese frosting. —Molly Allen, Hood River, Oregon
Originating from Portugal and now a popular Hawaiian treat, malasadas are a rich, eggy doughnut sprinkled in sugar. —Suzanne Podhaizer, St. Johnsbury, Vermont
The secret to this super crispy Japanese fried chicken recipe is that the chicken is coated with cornstarch then double-fried. Keep a close eye on the temperature of the oil. It’s important to start at a lower temperature for the first step and increase the oil temperature for the final fry. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Get dinner on the table in a flash with this quick dinner meal plan.
If you’re looking for a better-for-you option, our healthy peach crisp will do the trick. This recipe lets the flavor of peaches shine, while creating the perfect balance of textures between the soft fruit and crunchy topping. —Molly Allen, Hood River, Oregon
With its sticky-sweet sauce, either spicy or mild, this Korean Fried Chicken recipe is a great game day appetizer or can be served with other Korean-inspired dishes for a savory family meal. —A.H. Kim, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Also, check out these slow-cooker recipes for fall.
Why have one big doughnut when you could have a handful of little ones? These adorable and tasty Greek doughnuts, known as loukoumades, are the perfect size to pop in your mouth one after the other. —Risa Lichtman, Portland, Oregon
Chinese chicken salad is a great dish to make ahead and bring for weekday lunches. Even after the salad is dressed, the cabbage stays crunchy. Add the chow mein noodles just before serving. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Find better-for-you meals in this healthy meal plan for September.
Make this simple pasta dish with your favorite store-bought pesto or your own homemade pesto. Halved grape tomatoes add color and flavor, but they could be omitted or substituted with chopped roasted red peppers or chopped artichokes. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
This homemade version of hamburger seasoning is not only healthier, it will save you money in the long run. —
Chinese chicken and broccoli never fails to satisfy when you need a simple takeout dinner, but have you ever tried making it yourself? It’s so much easier than you’d imagine! —Risa Lichtman, Portland, Oregon
Treat yourself to an easy meal with these casserole recipes for every day in September.
Juicy, easy and packed with flavor: we’re talking about your next delicious dinner, aka bacon-wrapped pork chops. The humble chops are wrapped in bacon which bastes the pork during baking for a moist texture and a smoky taste. —Molly Allen, Hood River, Oregon
Don’t miss out on the fun of September food holidays.