7 Forgotten Dishes to Serve This Fall
Some fall dishes, like pecan pie or pumpkin spice lattes, will probably never go out of style. But other once-popular dishes, like Jello-based "salads" or Sloppy Joes, have fallen by the wayside. And while some vintage dishes are forgotten for good reason—some of them aren't the healthiest, to say the least—there's still a place in our hearts for classic comfort foods.
If you're feeling nostalgic or are just bored with your go-to recipes, we've got you covered. Here are seven forgotten American dishes that are perfect for enjoying all season long.
And for more throwbacks, check out these 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.
Do you remember seeing a cheese ball on your grandparents' Thanksgiving table and wondering what it was? We have good news: Cheese balls are delicious, easy to make, and perfectly delicious all season long, not just at the holidays. We used pistachios, but you can try any type of nuts!
Get our recipe for a Pistachio and Cranberry Cheese Ball.
Chicken and Dumplings
If you've never had this Southern dish before, you're in for a real treat. Chicken and dumplings are one of the best comfort meals out there, and our recipe uses simple, fresh ingredients.
Get our recipe for Chicken and Dumplings.
Anything that has "sloppy" in the title is just plain fun to eat. Our version uses turkey and a homemade sauce for a healthier take on this vintage dinner.
Get our recipe for Turkey Sloppy Joes.
Deviled eggs seem to have fallen out of style lately, and we're not sure why. They're way tastier than plain old hard-boiled eggs on their own! We have some fresh takes on this classic appetizer, like bacon-ranch deviled eggs and even one made with goat cheese.
Get our recipe for Deviled Eggs.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Ah, Brussels sprouts: the maligned vegetable hated by kids across America. But when you roast them with bacon or Parmesan cheese, Brussels sprouts can be delicious—we promise.
Get our recipes for Brussels Sprouts.
Why relegate the delicious taste of cranberries to Thanksgiving? Cranberry relish can be paired with chicken just as easily as it can with turkey, and it lends a sweet flavor to any dinner. Our recipe uses orange zest for an extra-tangy dressing.
Get our recipe for Cranberry-Orange Relish.
Yes, mixing marshmallows and canned fruit doesn't make for the healthiest dessert out there. But enjoyed in moderation, this vintage treat is a real pleasure. Try serving it on Halloween, Thanksgiving, or anytime!
Get the recipe from The Seasoned Mom.
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