Fiesta Fall Table Inspo


Need some inspiration for your fall table settings? It can be easy to get in a rut and use the same fall color combinations year after year — or not switch out your place settings at all from season to season. But when you have a cupboard full of colorful Fiesta dishes, it’s worth the extra effort to change up your tablescape. We have lots of inspirational ideas for everything from your festive autumnal soirees to everyday dining.


Dark and Moody
Whether you’re prepping for Halloween, Dia de los Muertos or just prefer a more sophisticated decor, this tablescape featuring our
Skull and Vine collection is sure to set the mood. We went all black with our linens and added Fiesta flatware in Slate. A few natural elements really allowed the dramatically dark dishes to make a statement. We used a burlap runner, natural basket weave chargers and eucalyptus sprigs.


Farmhouse Chic
Using many of the same elements of the tablescape above, we went light and bright for this next setting. Wouldn’t this be gorgeous for Thanksgiving? We used the same black napkins, basket weave chargers, and eucalyptus sprigs and then added pine cones, white flowers, a black and white gingham tablecloth, natural wood flatware, and a galvanized steel tray. White and Sage dinnerware make this tablescape feel rustic, but elegant at the same time.















Autumnal Warmth
Our friends at Sweet Paul Magazine put together the warm colors of fall in a tablescape that’s sure to radiate the joy of the season. New color Daffodil practically glows next to Scarlet, Poppy and Tangerine. Be sure to check out this recipe for Baked Eggs with Potato, Onion and Bacon, the perfect fall comfort food!


Back to Nature
This buffet setting brings all the natural colors of fall together for a feast for the eyes. It reminds us of jumping in a pile of freshly fallen leaves! We used Poppy, Scarlet, Sunflower, Lemongrass, Shamrock, and a pop of Turquoise. And for tips on how to set a buffet table, check out our blog post here.


Classic Fall
It’s fun to get creative with fall color combinations, but sometimes you just want the comfort of classic autumnal colors. Poppy, Ivory, Slate, and Sage evoke the warmth of the season. This scene makes us just want to carve pumpkins and sip some cider.

What’s your fall table setting look like? We encourage you to post photos to Instagram and use #fallfiesta.





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Cinnamon Apple Bread


We’ve waited patiently throughout the humid and sticky summer months and are finally in one of our favorite seasons: fall! We love smelling fresh baked pie wafting from the kitchen, donning our chunky scarves and sweaters to head out in chill October mornings, and doing every activity imaginable that is associated with autumn. We’re talking hayrides, pumpkin carving, haunted houses, and, of course, apple picking.


Apple picking is a fun event for the whole family, however sometimes we find ourselves coming home with way more apples than we intended! As much as we love keeping the doctor away with our apple a day, we found ourselves craving a different way to use up our orchard loot. That’s why we’re showing you how to make cinnamon apple bread!


All you need is one of our Fiesta Loaf Pans, some fresh apples (we used honey crisp, but you can use whatever kind you’d like!) and you’re ready to get baking. This apple bread is a tasty treat at any time, especially when you’ve had just one too many PSL’s and are hankering for another fall flavor.


Need something to wash our Cinnamon Apple Bread down? Click here to find our tips on how to make homemade apple cider! 

Cinnamon Apple Bread
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  1. ½ cup packed brown sugar
  2. 1½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  3. ⅔ cup white sugar
  4. ½ cup butter, softened
  5. 2 eggs
  6. 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  7. 1½ cups all-purpose flour
  8. 1½ teaspoons baking powder
  9. ½ cup milk
  10. 1 large honey crisp apple, peeled and finely chopped
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Grease your Fiesta loaf pan.
  3. Mix brown sugar and cinnamon together in a small Fiesta Baking Bowl and set aside.
  4. In a stand mixer, combine white sugar and butter until smooth.
  5. Add eggs and vanilla and continue to beat on medium speed until combined.
  6. Add flour and baking powder, then milk, and beat again until combined.
  7. Pour half the batter into the prepared pan.
  8. Cover with half of the apples.
  9. Pat apples into batter with the back of a spoon.
  10. Sprinkle with half of sugar and cinnamon mixture.
  11. Pour the remaining batter over apple layer; top with remaining apples and add more brown sugar/cinnamon mixture.
  12. Pat topping into the batter with the back of a large spoon.
  13. Bake for 50 minutes or until toothpick inserted in the middle of the loaf comes out clean.
  14. Cool in pan 10 minutes.
Adapted from The Happier Homemaker
Fiesta Dinnerware, Always Festive
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Fiesta’s Fall Must Haves

Fiesta’s Fall Must Haves

It’s hard to believe that fall is just around the corner. It seems like summer just started and now we’re already pinning tasty pumpkin recipes on Pinterest, shopping for comfy new sweaters, and seeing Halloween decorations in all the stores. Although we’re lamenting summer coming to an end again, we are excited to enter autumn in style. Today we’re bringing you our top 10 Fiesta Fall Must Haves so you and your kitchen can be prepared for a very fashionable fall!

1. Anything Daffodil

Our newest color is a beautiful, bright yellow hue that is the perfect addition to your collection, especially for fall! Picture Daffodil, Slate, Sage, and Poppy adorning your dinner table on Thanksgiving, or any autumn day! We can’t wait to see how you set your tables with this beautiful shade.

2. Tapered Mug


Cooler weather calls for coffee and cocoa, and what better way to enjoy them than in our 15oz. Tapered Mug? The Tapered mug is ideal for hot beverages on chilly mornings, as it holds more than our Java and Ring Handled mugs and fits so snuggly in the hand.

3. Skillet Baker


The dropping temperatures mean that we can get back to one of our favorite pastimes: baking! We’re tying our apron strings and turning our ovens back on after a summer of ice cream and popsicles to keep cool (don’t get us wrong, we love our cold summer treats, too!). One of our favorite items for making baked goods is our new Skillet Baker! You can find a recipe for Gourmet Skillet S’mores here.

4. Halloween items

Halloween is one of our favorite holidays here at Fiesta Dinnerware, as you might have noticed if you’ve seen all of our Halloween ware! We have everything you need to celebrate Halloween right this year: scary cats, hooting owls, flying witches, spooky pumpkins and newest of all, our Skull and Vine and Pumpkin Spice patterns! Scare easily? Don’t worry. These characters are more cute than creepy!

5. Covered Casserole


The Covered Casserole was one of our favorite new items in 2015, and it still has our hearts this year! Think delicious soups, hearty casseroles, and even fresh baked bread kept warm by one of our most stylish pieces.

6. Tortilla Warmer


Much like the Covered Casserole, it is able to keep meals hot with its ceramic lid. And you don’t need to be limited to warming tortillas! We love using the Tortilla Warmer for small casseroles, dips, and any sides you need to keep warm. The Tortilla Warmer will be coming soon!

7. Appetizer Plate


Fall represents different things to all of us. For some it means the start of school, for others it marks the beginning of holiday shopping (yikes!), and still other see the leaves changing and think one thing: football season. Whether you’re a fan or not, we think everyone can get on board with a good tailgate party! We love all the classic foods that go along with cheering on your team, and we have the perfect plate for your viewing party munchies: our Appetizer Plate! Go for the extra point and get a set in your team’s colors.

8. Signature Bowl


Another of our newer items might just be made for fall dining: the Signature Bowl. Just think of coming home after a blustery stroll outside to a beautiful bowl of hot soup or stew waiting for you. Our mouths are watering just thinking about it!

9. Pie Baker

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Did we mention we love baking already? Well, we’ll say it again. We LOVE baking! Is there anything better than fresh baked goods straight from the oven on a crisp fall day? We don’t think so. Another of our favorite bakeware pieces is our Large and Small Pie Bakers, perfect for pumpkin, apple, pecan, and every pie in between! Check out our recipe for mini pumpkin pies here.

10. Square Ware


Autumn is the season of change; the leaves are changing colors, and you’re changing out your dinnerware! If you’re used to the usual round plates, bowls, and mugs, consider switching it up this season with our square Fiesta line. It’s chic, modern, and lots of fun to combine with the classic round pieces to bring a different look to your table.

There you have it; our top ten must have Fiesta items for fall. Do you agree with our list, or are there other pieces you think should have made the cut? Let us know in the comments!

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