Here are my current favorite picks for being in Season. Halloween is coming up very soon, and it is time to think about Halloween and Thanksgiving recipes. I just love the fall; it is time to get out your slow cookers and enjoy cooking that is done nice and slow.
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Starbucks Pumpkin Bread – I think you can make a whole loaf of this bread for what you pay for 2 slices.
Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte – You can recreate this recipe so easily. This pumpkin spice latte actually has some real pumpkin in your cup.
Wendy’s Chili– this is a seasonal favorite. What makes this recipe so special? Instead of using water, we are using tomato juice, this helps with the flavor.
How to Make the Perfect Roast Beef – I love cooler weather, it makes me think of enjoying a lovely roast beef. Here is my recipe for how you can make this wonderful recipe.
Are you looking for some Halloween Ideas?
Here are some of my favorites.
Halloween Breakfast Ideas – Why not start your family off on this day of fun with a great holiday-themed breakfast?
Candy Corn Punch – this clever punch is made with orange Fanta soda. This is a great non-alcoholic punch for the whole family to enjoy.
Desserts to make with your Left-Over Candy – Who has leftover candy? Here are some great ideas but you may need to buy some candy first.
Crazy colored candied apples, black spaghetti and more are in this collection of great Halloween recipes. – Don’t miss out on these fun and clever Halloween ideas.
Stuffed Pumpkin Recipe – Enjoy a wonderful stuffed pumpkin recipe, you can eat pumpkin in ways other than a pumpkin pie. Don’t miss out on this special treat.
Ghost Merguine Treats – these adorable ghosts are easy to make, and everyone will wonder how you made this creative recipe.
What’s in Season
In season now are artichoke, bell peppers, beets, beet greens, broccolini, butternut squash, cauliflower, carrots, chard, corn, eggplant, fennel, garlic, leeks, parsnip, potatoes, pumpkin, radishes, spinach, sweet potatoes
Here are some recipes that are in tune with what is fresh in your product markets right now.
Horseradish Sweet Potatoes – this is a savory way to prepare these potatoes. They aren’t too spicy, but they have the right amount of heat.
Roasted Cauliflower with Coconut Oil – Enjoy this healthier way of roasting vegetables with coconut oil. You can roast cauliflower in no time.
Candied Acorn Squash – This method uses a microwave and the oven to help speed up cooking time. Brown sugar, cinnamon, and butter top this wonderful fall vegetable.
Scalloped Corn Supreme – this is an old family recipe of mine.
Marinated Beet Salad – You can roast beets for this recipe or used canned, but a savory marinade is poured over the beets for a wonderful salad.