As our tans fade, temperatures drop and classes start to ramp up, college students can no longer deny that summer is a thing of the past. Not to worry, that means fall is coming in full force and it's time to get excited about all of the foods that come along with it. 

If You Enjoyed Sipping Frosé Poolside...

juice, ice, lemonade, cocktail, sweet, apple, tea, iced tea
Rebecca Buchanan

You should try this apple cider, pear, and pomegranate sangria. This perfect coupling has the sweetness of fruit and the spice of the cinnamon and will replace any sangria you enjoyed in the warmer months. It's best made in large batches, so be sure to bust out this recipe for your Friendsgiving.

If Blueberry Muffins Are your Favorite Things to Wake Up to... 

sweet, chocolate, pastry, cake, cookie, bread, candy
Rayna Mohrmann

Try switching it up with these pumpkin spice muffins. The recipe uses two ingredients: canned pumpkin and spice cake mix, so it's super simple and impossible to mess up. I'm sure they make your kitchen smell better than any fall-scented candle.

If You're Hooked on Cold Brew... 

coffee, espresso, cappuccino, milk, mocha
Gabby Phi

When cooler temperatures roll in, grab any of these six drinks that are better than a PSL. Tired of wasting your money on a cup half filled with ice? It's time to make the switch to a drink that will keep your hands and your heart warm.

If You're an Ice Cream Addict...

Hui Lin

Avoid the brain freeze and eat these baked apples à la mode. The combination of warm apples and nutty granola is sure to make you wish for Thanksgiving. Everything is better with ice cream, so don't forget to top it off with your ice cream of choice.

If Rainbow Sprinkles aren't Cutting it Anymore...

chicken, sauce, shrimp
Alexander Furuya

Make a batch of these sweet potato pumpkin donuts. If you're in the mood for a challenge, try out this slightly more complicated recipe. Don't worry though, these flavor combinations do not disappoint.

If You Love Summer Salads...

vegetable, parsley, broccoli, salad, onion, potato, pepper
Kendra Valkema

Try this apple chickpea hash. If you're in a rush and need something quick and easy (and of course delicious), look no further. The spices and maple syrup make the hash's flavors unique, but the limited number of ingredients keeps it simple.

If Grilling Hamburgers and Hot Dogs is Getting Old...

pasta, vegetable, cheese, sauce, spaghetti
Kristine Mahan

Bring this vegan pesto spaghetti squash bake the next time you're watching sports with friends. Lasagna and baked ziti, while tasty, can get a little redundant. Mix things up by bringing this healthy vegan alternative filled with fall flavors.