Luke Danes, owner of Luke's Diner, is known to throw ingredients together without following a recipe, creating some of the delectable treats you'll ever taste. Of course, the show is fictional, but based on the characters' reactions, we'd have to believe that his food is nothing short of amazing. Starting off with a classic fall flavor, Luke whips up pumpkin pancakes with a homemade whipped cinnamon honey butter. Yep, you heard that right. Creators on socials have been inspired to recreate this recipe this fall season for a cozy breakfast in bed moment.
2. Coffee Cake Cookies
If you're an avid fan of "Gilmore Girls," you'll know that iconic mother-daughter duo, Lorelai and Rory, cannot live without a constant fix of coffee in their bloodstreams. So, why not create some "Gilmore Girls-" inspired coffee cake cookies? A TikTok baking creator known as "The Palatable Life," shared these cookies with her audience and they deservingly went viral. Check out the full recipe on her socials to make the coffee cake cookies of your dreams.
3. Cherry Danishes
Who else would take a danish over a piece of pie any day? Luke is also known for his classic cherry danishes, which have made their way to the official "Gilmore Girls" cookbook for fans to recreate. Cherries can be used as a year-round fruit in baked goods, making this the perfect time to bake these up while watching your favorite "Gilmore Girls" episode. If you're seeking out the episode dedicated to Danish Day that is shown in the clip below, it's season two, episode five.
4. Homemade Pop-Tarts
If you're looking for a more advanced recipe to tackle, homemade Pop-Tarts are a classic favorite of Rory and Lorelai. The best part about baking Pop-Tarts is the amount of fall-themed options you have to seek out. Whether you're in the mood for pumpkin, brown sugar or apple cinnamon, this sweet and flaky pastry is sure to give you all the autumn feels.
5. Emily Gilmore's Apple Tarts
Finishing this list off with a recipe from the Gilmore matriarch herself, Emily Gilmore's famous apple tarts are one of the only recipes we've heard of her making herself, not one from her many hired cooks. Although this is a recipe that arises during the holiday season, apples are a perfect fruit to bake with throughout the fall as well. You can either make a full tart or separate it into mini bite-sized treats, and this recipe is included in the official "Gilmore Girls" cookbook as well.