September’s Most Popular Recipes

Wondering which recipes were the most loved for the month of September? Discover for yourself why everyone is talking about these five winners!

Did September fly by for you the way it did for me? It’s always a busy month getting back into the school routine, and this year is like no other.

My two school-aged boys are in virtual classes, which means there has been a lot to adjust to this month. Regardless of where school is held these days, having easy meals is essential for easing into the fall season.

And this month, you loved refreshed classic dinners, brushing up on the basics, drinking fancy cocktails and eating pie for breakfast. Well done. I couldn’t agree more!

Use everyone's favorite seasoning to boost the flavor in a classic pot roast. Beef, potatoes, carrots and onions get cozy in the slow cooker to create September's favorite dinner.

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The best patty melt sliced in half and stacked on top of each other. The sandwich is crispy with melted cheese, caramelized onions and beef patties visible.

The classic Patty Melt became a regular at the table for good reason. The ingredients are pantry staples, and it all comes together in one pan. Plus, who can resist a toasted sandwich with caramelized onions on a cool evening? Not me.

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Fluffy quinoa in a bowl.

With school back in session, I love having quinoa in the fridge: it's versatile and quick-cooking. Want to know all the tricks for making the perfect, fluffy pot? Look no further!

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Cosmopolitan ingredients on a counter with a cosmo drink in front.

Lets toast to classic, pretty cocktails that turn any evening into an event. We showed you how to make the best Cosmopolitan and now you can make it whenever you want. Cheers!

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A crumb topped easy shoofly pie.

I fell head over heels for this pie. It's BREAKFAST food. My mind is blown. Imagine a crumb-coated coffee cake meets a molasses cookie to make a custard pie. Apparently you all agreed.

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Rachel Knecht

Rachel tests recipes for Simply Recipes, teaches a kid's cooking class, and develops the content for Baking with Rachel.

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  1. Betty

    need a pumpkin recipe for a diabetic person, lactose free and wheat free.

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