I have been enjoying working with fall food again. There is something so comforting and beautiful about it. The warm spices, the creamy comfort food, the hot soup, the squashes, pumpkins, and apples are all favorites of mine.
This year I will be sharing more fall recipes (some coming up this week), but I’ve also been enjoying making recipes from the past few years. Here are some of my recipes from the archives. Enjoy.
This soup is simple to make, beautiful with contrasting colors and packed with flavor. A favorite of everyone in my family.
Rich and creamy with the wonderful warming spices of garam masala, this is a soup we make often. It’s so frugal too!
A lovely way to use in season squash. Paired with potatoes, vegetables and sausage, this is a warming soup for a chilly evening.
This soup has a garlicky broth with little specks of oregano floating among the beans, and a beautiful reddish tint from tomato paste. And, in contrast to the beans, gently simmered dark greens. Delicious and nutritious!
Don’t let the simple title fool you, this soup has complex flavor layers. You have the sweetness of the carrots, the richness of the broth, the savoriness of the celery root paired with celery, and spiced with dill seed. Delicious, creamy (without cream) soup. A personal favorite. This is the soup pictured above
A fun way to make fries and so much more nutritious too! These baked fries are softer than potato fries and sweeter too. Made from butternut squash, they are even safe for many people on special diets! We make them when we are on the GAPS diet, or when we aren’t.
Super flavorful potatoes, these are fun to serve for dinner, brunch or breakfast along side scrambled eggs and sausage.
SO fun. This recipe was sent to me by a reader and we’ve all loved it! Dried apples and sage flavor the sausage for a lovely fall flavor.
A great way to start the day is to wake up to a crockpot full of hot cereal! And yes, it’s soaked! Fall may be beautiful but it’s also busy, this gives you a head start in the morning.
A recent recipe that is as simple as can be but seriously good. We eat them plain or topped on pancakes (like Soaked Fluffy Whole Grain Pancakes)
Beautiful and both tangy and sweet. This is a great way to end a meal topped with a bit of whipped cream perhaps!
A must try for those who like pumpkin pie! This ice cream has all of the flavors of pumpkin pie in frozen form.
My latest recipe on this blog, these cookies are easy to make and perfect for the fall and winter.
Old-fashioned, lower fat and sugar thumbprint cookies-based off of an Russian recipe. Great fun and yummy too.
Decadent goodness. What else can I say? These nuts are addicting. Make at your own risk.
Seriously good pumpkin pie that everyone will like. Sweet enough to satisfy even the sweet tooths of the family.
This ice cream can be made anytime, but it’s nice during the Fall too. Caramelized bananas make the base, paired with coconut milk and finished off with a chocolate sauce. Yummy.
Made with coconut flour, these muffins are packed with spices and apples. If any recipe speaks Fall, this one does!
Simple crackers spiked with rosemary. These are lovely with a cheese plate.
Craving gingerbread, but don’t want something so unhealthy? These muffins are made with soaked flour and natural sweeteners. Spiced and delicious.
Oh, yummy. I love putting pumpkin into baked goods. It makes it moist and oh so good. Check out these great fall Muffins!
Perfect to send in lunches, for a mid-day snack, or a hike. You gotta love honey sweetened, gluten and grain free nut bars!
Fresh chestnuts are in season right now and if you’ve never had freshly roasted ones you are missing out. Last year, these became a great favorite of ours. A traditional snack or part of the meal.
Pasta can be topped with more than tomato sauce! This sauce is delicious!
So there are a few of my favorite fall Recipes. Anyone else want to share their favorites?
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