With the start of Winter fast approaching, we’ve been searching for few more Fall recipes to savor. We recently saw this wonderful recipe on Cooking Light for Walnut-Stuffed Apples and we had to share!
Combine first 3 ingredients in a small bowl; add 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, stirring to combine. Peel top third of each apple; place apples in an electric slow cooker. Spoon walnut mixture into cavity of each apple.
Combine the remaining 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 cup brown sugar, and apple cider in a small bowl, stirring to combine. Pour over apples. Cover with lid; cook on LOW 2 3/4 hours. Remove the apples with a slotted spoon. Spoon 1/4 cup cooking liquid over each serving.
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With Halloween less than 2 weeks away, we’ve been searching for some festive recipes and activities to get into the spirit. Luckily there are tons of fun ideas on the internet! Here’s a few that we especially enjoyed:
This recipe is a bit more labor intensive than the last, but it serves as a great weekend activity to get the family together in the kitchen!
Photo courtesy of Litehouse Herbs
Litehouse Foods’ Spiced Pumpkin Cupcakes from Litehouse Foods
Have a cupcake decorating party and let your kids decorate their pumpkin cupcakes with Halloween themes! This pumpkin spice cupcake recipe from Litehouse Foods makes a great addition to a Halloween party.
With Halloween around the corner and the weather cooling down, there’s nothing better than mixing the wonderful flavors of fall into all your cooking! Chia pudding is a delicious and nutritious breakfast, but here I’ve switched it up and used Qi’a superfood blend, a combination of chia, buckwheat, and hemp seeds, to make a harvest breakfast pudding great for warming bellies on cold mornings!
With the cold weather quickly approaching, we’ve been getting our traditional fall recipes out and ready for action. And I’ll admit that I could not wait to share this delicious and simple vegetarian chili dish with an extra nutritional punch with you!
photo courtesy of DulaNotes.com
Butternut Squash Vegetarian Chili
1 medium red onion, diced
1 can canellinni beans
1 can black beans
1/2 medium butternut squash, chopped
16 oz crushed tomatoes
2 tbsp chili powder
2 tbsp garlic powder
1 bay leaf
1-2 tbsp olive oil
Optional: diced carrots, frozen corn, or peas.
Heat large stockpot with olive oil. Once pot is warm enough, add onion, squash, bay leaf, chili and garlic powder. Stir occasionally.
Once the onion is fragrant, add the beans. Stir occasionally.
After 5 minutes, add the crushed tomatoes and optional vegetables.
Cover with lid and cook for an additional 20-30 minutes. Making sure to stir every few minutes to prevent sticking.
Serve in bowl and enjoy!
Note: please remove bay leaf before serving.
Do you have a favorite chili dish? Any fun ingredients you like to add to it? We’d love to see!