Posts filed under: Autumn Recipes

This post is sponsored by Midwest Dairy. Did you know October is National Farmer’s Month? I love farm tours!  It’s so enlightening to see how farmers use their land, grow...
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 This post may contain affiliate links.  Please read my Privacy Policy. How productive are you these days? Even though, in theory, summer is winding down, the outside temps are warm...
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With the holiday season here, there’s no better time to whip up flavored nuts to toss into salads, stuffing and to enjoy as a tasty snack.  I love using walnuts...
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I love squash any time of year.  It makes a great main or side dish, plus it doesn’t hurt that it’s super low in calories and carbs with only about...
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Milk is a staple in my house – it’s front and center in the fridge.  I use it in my coffee, cereal, cooking and baking.  I encourage my two teenagers...
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Now that my kids are middle-schoolers, cooking with them can be touch and go.  Yet, this is the time they need to learn how to cook, right?  My biggest fear...
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I had a fall feeling in my bones when I picked up my friend, Katie Morford’s book, Rise and Shine: Better Breakfasts for Busy Mornings.   It was a cold, overcast...
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Who doesn’t love peanut butter cups?  Toss in some flaked coconut and it takes me to another place.  Remember Mounds bars?  These taste like that, but with peanut butter.  Today...
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There’s nothing like a loaded Portabella mushroom.  It’s a tasty meat substitute as it has a hearty taste, texture and holds up well to grilling, sautéing, baking and marinating.  The best...
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Who doesn’t need more green foods in their life? Broccoli is a ROCKSTAR when it comes to nutritional value, fiber and plant-based compounds.  Broccoli is good for heart health, brain...
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