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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Favorite Fall Recipes

Today I tested out this pumpkin scone recipe I found online (it was a hit with the family). With so many recipes out there, I always find it hard on choosing the right one. Especially when I don't know how they're going to turn out. So, today I thought I would share a few recipes that I've found online that I consider keepers. Enjoy.

Acorn Stuffed Squash with Quinoa on Craft: Made this last Thursday.

Chicken Tortilla Soup on The Larissa Monologues: This is a family favorite. I set out tomatoes, avocados, cilantro, cheese, tortilla chips, and sour cream in separate bowls. Then everyone just chooses what they want in their soup.

Pumpkin Pasta on Mom Advice: Just made this last Friday for dinner. It's my son's favorite.

Pumpkin Scones on Food.com: Made these today, picture above. I like to make scones smaller so they go farther. I usually pair them with fruit and yogurt to make a complete breakfast.

Super Sloppy Joes on Food Network:
I like to sneak other vegetables into these like broccoli and carrots.

Veggie chili on La Fuji Mama. Will even satisfy your meat and potato eaters. Usually there's enough leftover for me to freeze and save for another dinner.

Got a favorite fall recipe? Feel free to share in the comments along with a link.


Pallot said...


zakkalife said...


What a great recipe when you need to whip-up something quick. If you like recipes made with cake mixes, you might want to check out the book "The Cake Mix Doctor".

Amy said...

Aw, thank you so much! I am so glad you guys liked the pumpkin pasta! You are, of course, one of my favorite blogs so I am awfully flattered to be linked here!! :)

zakkalife said...


Why thank you. Of course you know I enjoy your blog too. The pumpkin pasta recipe has become my son's favorite. He even requests it for his birthday dinner.

Chef Basket said...

Thanks for your post about your favorite fall recipes. The pumpkin scone looks quite inviting!

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