Posts tagged with: fall

  • butternut squash apple soup

Butternut Squash Apple Soup with Cornbread Croutons, Bacon + Crème Fraîche

This Butternut Squash Apple Soup post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #LeakProofStorage #CollectiveBias Happy November! Can you believe it? I can’t. But I need to start believing it, because all signs around me report to it being entirely so. It’s dark by 5pm (thanks, Daylight Saving......
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Butternut Squash Penne with Chicken and Fried Sage

Butternut Squash Penne with Chicken and Fried Sage is the New Comfort Food. This comforting dish is cheesy, seasonal, healthy, and perfect for the fall.   I love butternut squash. It is such a versatile, delicious vegetable. Once fall comes around, it makes numerous appearances on my menu. For good reason. So, I know I......
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  • cocao nib pumpkin bread

Cocao Nib Pumpkin Bread

A delightful fall treat: this moist Cocao Nib Pumpkin Bread is full of warm spices, iced with maple cream cheese frosting, and has a lovely texture thanks to crunchy, chocolaty cocao nibs.  Yes, I have been on quite a pumpkin kick. It is October, after all. These past two weeks brought us espresso-laden Pumpkin Spice......
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  • apple cider sangria

Spiced Apple Cider Sangria

This Apple Cider Sangria is the perfect fall drink. Made with spiced apple cider, white wine, fresh fruit, brandy, and warm autumn spices. Cheers! Sangria is pretty much one of my favorite things to make. Ever. When I lived in San Diego, I would throw a lot of themed parties for my friends and Hyatt......
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  • caramel apple hand pies

Salted Caramel Apple Hand Pies

Salted Caramel Apple Hand Pies are a delicious, individually-portioned dessert. These pies have a tender, flaky all-butter pie dough and are filled with cinnamon apples and rich caramel. There is nothing like warm apple pie during the fall. Except maybe individual caramel apple hand pies that you don’t have to share. Filled and topped with......
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  • pumpkin spice turmeric tea

Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea Latte

This Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea Latte is Golden Milk with a fall makeover! Brimming with warm, autumn spices, this good-for-you turmeric tea contains anti-inflammatory compounds and antioxidants. It’s officially October, so we’re not making just regular, plain ol’ turmeric tea. Oh, no. We’re making Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea Lattes. And we’re making it with Truvia‘s......
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  • cauliflower sauce mac and cheese

Cauliflower Sauce Mac and Cheese with Crispy Pancetta and Peas

This Cauliflower Sauce Mac and Cheese is a lightened-up version of macaroni and cheese, with more nutrients and all of the cheesy, gooey flavor you love. Crispy, salty pancetta and peas finish this comforting baked dish. Cauliflower Sauce Mac and Cheese with Crispy Pancetta and Peas. I didn’t mean to make this rhyme, I swear.......
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  • harvest farro salad

Harvest Farro Salad with Kale + Butternut Squash

This Harvest Farro Salad with Kale and Butternut Squash is the perfect healthy autumn meal. Full of fresh fall flavors, cranberries, pecans, and a punchy apple cider vinaigrette. Fall is here. Or, at least, it’s coming. I can barely contain my excitement. Leaves are changing. Sweatshirt weather is slowly becoming the norm. And I’m not......
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  • brown butter pumpkin cookies

Brown Butter Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

I think it’s safe to say that the holidays are officially here. Thanksgiving is exactly two weeks away (!!), stores have their Christmas decorations up and Starbucks holiday drinks are available (along with the Great Starbucks’ Red Cup Debacle of 2015). I also think it’s safe to say that no one officially becomes sick/tired/over pumpkin-flavored things......
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  • harvest kale salad

harvest kale salad with cranberries, pepitas, ricotta salata + sherry vinaigrette

Halloween has come and gone. Which can mean a few things, but if you’re anything like me, means that you most likely gained a few pounds from candy bars (note to self: mini candy bars do not equal less calories when you eat 10) and that you have lots and lots of pumpkin seeds. This......
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