The Perfect Menu for A Fall Party

A menu plan for Fall parties
A menu plan for Fall parties

Fall is here and so days are getting shorter. Many of us love, this particular season because it brings some of the yummiest fruits and vegetables: apples, cauliflower, broccoli, cranberries, pumpkins, quinces, turnips, spinach, sweet potatoes and the list would go on. During fall, everybody loves to get together – we have the perfect yet simple menu for a fall party.

Whether you are at work or you are a homemaker, here is a delicious, detailed menu so you can enjoy the season’s best harvest.

With fall comes lots of opportunities for organizing parties; for instance, Halloween, Thanksgiving and just plain weekend get-togethers. This perfect menu for a fall party will not only add color to your table but will also make your party a memorable one.

Appetizer: Cranberry brie bite

Appetizer for fall parties
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This easy peasy recipe combines cranberry and brie in a mouthwatering combination. Read on to find out an appetizer that you can quickly make for Thanksgiving or any particular party!


One sheet of puff pastry

One beaten egg

A slice of Brie

Cranberry Sauce

A sprig of thyme

Take the sheet of puff pastry, brush it with beaten egg. Cut it into small and equal pieces. Layers two pieces together and place it on a baking tray. Bake it at 200⁰C for 10 minutes. Top it with brie and bake it again for two minutes. Now put a spoon of cranberry sauce on each piece and decorate it with thyme.

Main Dish: Chicken Brussels Sprouts

Chicken with Brussels Sprouts
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This simple, nutritious dish will tantalize your taste buds. Its packed with protein, antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins.


2 tbsp olive oil

¼ tsp black pepper

Four boneless chicken breast

I cup chicken broth

2 tbsp Dijon mustard

2 tbsp butter

1 tbsp chopped parsley

12 ounces Brussels sprouts


Firstly set your oven to 450°. Fry the chicken in one tablespoon olive oil. Add a quarter of teaspoon salt and pepper. Cook the chicken till it’s completely brown on both sides. Now place it in the oven and bake it for nine minutes. Keep the chicken aside.

Take another pan, add half of cup of broth and apple cider to it. Cook this mixture till it comes to boil. After it has thickened, you can add the mustard, one tablespoon butter, and parsley. Keep this sauce aside to cool down.

Next heat the remaining one tablespoon of butter and oil in another pan. Sautee the trimmed Brussels sprouts for two minutes. Add the remaining chicken broth and salt. Close the lid and cook till the sprouts are tender. Place the chicken and sprouts on the plate. Pour the yummy sauce into it. Ready to be served!

Side dish: Cider Glazed Vegetables

Cider Glazed Vegetables
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This Cider Glazed vegetable side dish will steal the show at any dinner table. You and your family members will love it at first tangy bite.


Two tbsps. Brown sugar

Two tsp. freshly chopped sage

One tsp. kosher salt

¼ tsp. black pepper

¾ cup of hard cider

Four carrots

One red onion

One acorn squash


Firstly preheat your oven to 425⁰ F. Wash and peel your carrots, red onion, and acorn squash.  Slice the carrots into halves (lengthwise). Then cut it into two-inch pieces.

Take out eight wedges from the red onion. Lastly cut the acorn squash crosswise into half-inch slices.  Next, mix the following ingredients in a bowl: brown sugar, cider, pepper, salt, oil, cider, and sage. Then mix the vegetables with these ingredients till every vegetable is coated well. Transfer it to a large roasting pan.  You will need to roast it for around 25 minutes or till the ingredients turn tender.

Dessert: Pumpkin Pie Brownies

Menu for fall party
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We also have a suggestion for a tantalizing dessert, to add to your fall party. Pumpkin is everybody’s favorite of the season. This yummy chocolate plus pumpkin treat is the best way to end your meal.


One can pumpkin puree (15-oz.)

Two big eggs

Two cups chocolate chips

Kosher salt

¾ cup heavy cream

One can condense milk (14-oz)

One box of readymade brownie mix


Firstly preheat your oven to 350⁰. Take a 9″-×-9″ baking pan, line it with a baking sheet and grease with cooking spray. Now mix the brownie batter according to the instructions given. Pour the mixture into the pan. Now combine eggs, condense milk, pumpkin puree, a dash of salt and pumpkin spice in a bowl with a hand mixer. Then pour it on top of the brownie layer. With the help of a spatula, you can smooth the mixture evenly. Put the pan in the oven and bake it for around 55 minutes. Turn off the oven, open the door and leave the pan for thirty minutes to cool. After half an hour place the brownie on a baking rack.

For the chocolate glaze, you need to fill a heatproof bowl with chocolate chips. Then warm the heavy cream in a saucepan till it starts boiling. Immediately pour it on the chocolate chips. After five minutes, begin beating the mixture until it smooth.

Pour the chocolate mixture on the brownies and refrigerate it for around 30 minutes. Your mouthwatering dessert is ready to be shared with family and friends.

Be sure to try out these simple recipes, before you make them at your fall party. Trying them out beforehand will help you make them to perfection.

Zainab Farrukh
Zainab is a Psychologist, Writer and the Founder of The WomeNetwork. She is currently striving to make The WomeNetwork a place where women from across the globe can connect on a deep level and empower each other on their way to success.


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