29 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!
Hocus Pocus has become a Halloween classic, and we’re ready to bring the Sanderson sisters to (edible) life with this Hocus Pocus charcuterie board. It’s sure to put a spell on your party guests! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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This recipe is a wonderful combination of flavors and very easy to put together. It’s similar to almond cookies. You can’t go wrong with the combination of ground almond flavor and tart raspberry jam. —Mary Ann Lee, Clifton Park, New York
Making a chocolate tart should be on every baker’s bucket list. This rich pastry turns basic ingredients into a sublime filling and crust combo that even the most discerning chocolate lover will appreciate. —Rachael Cushing, Portland, Oregon
Albeit the intimidating name, this dessert is so simple to prepare, and the end result is mouthwateringly delicious! —Bhavna Anil, Charlotte, North Carolina
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Calling all bakers! Here’s how to make pie crust cookies for a light, flaky treat. (Yes, you can use dough scraps.) —Molly Allen, Hood River, Oregon
The old-fashioned never goes out of style. The version we like to tap into come fall: a maple old-fashioned. —Susan Bronson, Rhinelander, Wisconsin
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Amaretto is a much-loved almond-flavored Italian liqueur, perfect to have on hand in your home bar. But did you know it’s also a great drink to make yourself? —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Cinnamon-sugar is the perfect combo of sweetness and spice, and it makes these doughnuts shine! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Need a new dip to enjoy? Make this delicious smoked salmon dip that’s perfect for any occasion. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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This easy pork chop recipe will soon be a family favorite. Ranch mix is used to add a lot of flavor without having to add a lot of ingredients, it takes just minutes to get the pork ready and into the oven. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
A butter crumb topping makes these baked doughnuts extra special. Be sure to press the streusel into the batter before baking so the crumbs adhere when removing doughnuts from the pan. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Find better-for-you meals in this healthy meal plan for November.
My family never cared for doughnuts much until they tried these. Their light-as-a-feather texture and golden brown color are so appealing.—Alice Dunkin, Rock River, Wyoming
Get ready to elevate your appetizer game! Bite-sized blinis are the perfect way to serve up your favorite flavors. —Margaret Knoebel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Sometimes, a simple pork chop recipe is what’s called for on a busy night. While the pork is frying in the pan, you’ll have time to make a couple of quick side dishes to round out your dinner. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Baked pesto salmon uses two ingredients and takes just 20 minutes to prepare. This delicious dish couldn’t get any easier to make! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Treat yourself to an easy meal with these casserole recipes for every day in November.
Need a quick, healthy weeknight meal? This easy Teriyaki Salmon is a must for your weeknight rotation. The glaze is sticky sweet and a perfect topper to this mild roasted salmon. —Karen Kelly, Germantown, Maryland
The dish, which is a darling of TikTok, has many of the same, super flavorful ingredients as Marry Me Chicken. However, it’s a filling, one-pot meal of pasta, chicken strips and a creamy sauce that’s quick and easy to pull together. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The humble chicken breast cooks up to creamy goodness in a sauce of pesto, cream and tomatoes for a quick and easy weeknight main dish. Parmesan adds an extra flavor note. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Every home bar and pantry should have a bottle of chocolate liqueur on hand for cocktails, hot cocoa, desserts and more. This easy DIY recipe ensures you’ll never run out. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
These golden skewered chicken snacks are marinated and grilled, then served with a zesty Thai-style peanut butter sauce. —Sue Gronholz , Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
My husband loved moon pies when he was a child, and he definitely loves this grown-up version. You can add jam or dulce de leche to the cookie sandwich before adding the marshmallow creme if desired. —Shawn Barto, Palmetto, Florida
A from-scratch doughnut ready to devour in 20 minutes—simply amazing! People love this hybrid of biscuits-meets-doughnuts. —Jaclyn Bell, Logan, Utah
Zeppole are easy-to-make, delicious Italian doughnuts. The fritter-like balls are fried to a golden brown, fluffy inside and sweet—especially when covered in sugar. —Pam Mele, Franklin, Wisconsin
Applebee’s chicken wonton tacos may be discontinued at restaurants, but they can be brought back to life in your kitchen thanks to this copycat recipe. —Kimberly Wallace, Dennison, Ohio
Serve these tender Vietnamese pork chops with rice and sliced cucumbers. In addition to grilling or broiling, they can also be cooked in a skillet. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
This dish can look very different from one table to the next. Here’s our take on breakfast soup, inspired by shakshuka. —Nancy Mock, Colchester, Vermont
Fried Plantains are a tradition in most Caribbean countries. In the Dominican Republic they are served with almost everything: chicken, fried fish, etc. The mojo dipping sauce adds extra flavor to the plantains so it is an absolute must! —Belqui Ortiz-Millili, Mesa, Arizona
These doughnuts have pale pink interiors and a natural berry glaze on top. For a whimsical garnish, sprinkle with freeze-dried strawberry bits, pink jimmies or pearl sugar. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Up Next: This November meal plan includes family-friendly dinners and sides.