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Our Favorite Fall Recipes for Families

Our Favorite Fall Recipes for Families

Autumn: The season of pumpkins treats, apple dishes and comfort foods of all shapes and sizes. What fall recipes does your family enjoy during the autumn months? Our Family Room bloggers have been cooking and baking up some of their favorite seasonal treats lately. Explore their fall recipe suggestions below and be sure to let us know what your favorite autumn recipes are.

Our Favorite Fall Recipes

Homemade apple pie recipeKris-Ann, Progressive Mom: Totally not healthy but a yummy Sunday football food: Queso Blano Dip.  And, I love this salad in the fall: Kale Salad with Warm Cranberry Vinaigrette

Mary, Organized Mom: My Homemade Apple Pie Recipe! I love to make apple pie. I like to eat it when it’s warm right out of the oven.

Kate, Rookie Mom: I love fall foods. A few of my very favorite fall treats include Swedish Apple Pie, Roasted Butternut Squash Mac ‘N Cheese, and Caramel Corn.

Amy, Nourish Mom: My family loves roasted and mashed winter squash. I halve the squash place it face-up in roasting pan, top with butter, cinnamon, ginger and a drizzle of pure maple syrup. Then roast until soft, basting periodically with melted butter to prevent drying. When done, scoop out flesh, add to blender with a bit of cream, puree until desired consistency. I use all kinds of winter squash – butternut, acorn, delicata, buttercup, blue hubbard, etc. The kids love it!

Caty, Blog Editor: I recently made this recipe for Pumpkin Bacon Pasta – it was delicious. And with whole grain pasta and lighter ingredients, it’s somewhat on the healthy side.

Jessie: Pumpkin pancakes! Amy shared a great pumpkin pancake recipe.

Allison My mother’s apple pie is the best I’ve ever had. Warm it up with a little bit of vanilla ice cream – one of my favorite cheat meals. I also love baking pumpkin seeds with a little bit of sea salt, good to snack on and you don’t waste the seeds when carving or decorating pumpkins.

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