When I think of fall desserts I think of rich, warm flavors like caramel and butterscotch. They are the perfect flavors for the fall season. Since the season is all about apple and pumpkin pie I thought today I’d present a few delicious butterscotch alternatives. There are so many good ones! Sometimes it can be as simple as drizzling butterscotch sauce over your apple pie or cheesecake. So easy, and delicious. If you are a butterscotch fan like me, here are some wonderfully rich desserts that are perfect for the holiday season.
8 Rich Butterscotch Desserts for Fall 1 of 9
If you love rich, buttery butterscotch you'll love these delicious butterscotch desserts that are perfect for fall.
Butterscotch Pudding 2 of 9
This delicious butterscotch pudding is a perfect dessert for fall. It is richly flavored and full of fall spices. Enjoy it with a cup of hot cocoa on the side!
Photo: Sheri Silver
Chocolate Butterscotch Cookie Bars 3 of 9
Cookie bars are always a great fall dessert. This great recipe features lots of chocolate and butterscotch. It would be awesome to eat after a morning outside raking leaves!
Photo: Paula Jones
Butterscotch Rice Kripsie Treats 4 of 9
These crunchy treats are the perfect for fall. Butterscotch chips are added to regular Rice Krispie treats and topped with white chocolate. They even make good lunchbox treats!
Photo: Rebekah Pepplar
Chocolate Blondies 5 of 9
This awesome blondie recipe is full of rich butterscotch flavor. Make it perfect for fall by baking in peanut M&M's or dark chocolate chips!
Photo: Kelsey Banfield
Butterscotch Brulee Pie 6 of 9
Need a butterscotch dessert for Thanksgiving? Your family might just love this one! It will be the best new fall dessert that everyone loves.
Photo: Brooke McLay
Ginger Butterscotch Blondies 7 of 9
These butterscotch blondies are gorgeous, golden, and spiced up with a little extra ginger. It is a delicious and easy fall dessert that everyone loves and is perfect for kids and adult!
Photo: Brooklyn Supper
Blondies with Butterscotch Icing 8 of 9
Sometimes the dessert doesn't have to be entirely butterscotch, you just need some butterscotch icing. Make this easy recipe and use it on top of cupcakes, cakes, and blondies all season long!
Photo: Brooklyn Supper
Maple Walnut Blondies with Butterscotch Glaze 9 of 9