Eat and Drink Fall recipes: Pumpkin chili, caramel apple sangria and more By NINA RUGGIERO Updated September 15, 2014 5:27 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email From pumpkins and cranberries to apples and cinnamon, there's no mistaking the rich flavors of fall. Get yourself in the mood for the season with these five festive recipes found on Pinterest. Caramel apple sangria Photo Credit: Food Family & Finds Who says the party has to stop when summer ends? Celebrate the new season with a festive twist on sangria by adding the flavors of fall to the mix. This recipe uses some of the season's best ingredients, including apple cider, cinnamon, Honey Crisp and Granny Smith apples, plus Moscato and caramel vodka for just the right kick. Get the recipe from Food Family & Finds. Candy corn and white chocolate cookies Photo Credit: Averie Cooks No candy says fall quite like candy corns, and while the Halloween treat is sugary sweet, it doesn't have to be reserved just for the kids. Bake them into a colorful, soft and gooey cookie that the whole family will enjoy with this recipe from Averie Cooks. Pumpkin chili Photo Credit: Taste of Home Watching football is a favorite fall pastime for many, and there's no better at-home tailgating food than a hot, steaming bowl of chili. Throw pumpkin into the mix, and you'll feel both cozy and festive as you cheer on your team on a brisk autumn day. Get the recipe from Taste of Home. Cinnamon apple rings Photo Credit: Eatviews We all tend to get a little carried away on our fall apple picking excursions, so here's a creative solution for those with extra apples lying around. Cut them into crispy rings, coat them in a yogurt batter, fry them and top them with cinnamon sugar for a sweet fall snack you won't be able to resist. Get the recipe from Eatviews. Pumpkin-cranberry breadsticks Photo Credit: Recipegirl Add these sweet and savory breadsticks, made with in-season pumpkin puree and cranberries, to any meal for an instant touch of fall. Get the recipe from Recipegirl. By NINA RUGGIERO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.