This savory stuffed apple dish is a full Thanksgiving feast all on its own, and a celebration of traditional fall harvest flavors like ground turkey, wild rice, thyme and sage. It’s the perfect thing to make for a small gathering, or if you have someone attending your dinner who has dietary restrictions.
Recipe Allergen: Corn-Free
You won’t find any butter or cream in this flavor-packed, creamy soup, the perfect thing to slow cook while you take care of Trick-or-Treat. Just puree, top with roasted pumpkin seeds from your Jack-o-Lantern, and enjoy a nutritious dinner before you dig into the kids’ candy.
It’s officially October, so happy (almost) Halloween! I’m dreaming of the chilly, dark, spooky nights to come, with a mug of this delicious and simple cider warming my hands. You too? Click the link for the easy recipe.
Sometimes, the simplest meals are the tastiest. For this one, you just place skirt steak, a bunch of dried spices and herbs that you probably already have on hand, and honey in a container, marinate for a bit, then grill. Its quintessential, simple fall cooking at it’s best. Roast up some potatoes and throw some veggies on the grill and dinner’s done!
Let’s celebrate the first day of autumn, aka apple season, with this simple, delicious dessert. It’s as easy as layering apples with the cinnamon oat topping, baking and topping with your favorite vegan vanilla ice cream. Enjoy!
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