Sunday, September 07, 2014

8 Must-Try Recipes For Fall

With Labor Days passing and the weather changing a bit, I'm only anticipating Fall more! I started to pin all of the greatest Halloween decor ideas and look for fashion inspiration for the chilly months and today I began searching for some new recipes to try and I have 8 that I found quite share-worthy and are all vegan friendly!

1. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

These muffins look delicious and perfect for any autumn gathering or a morning snack! I plan on getting the ingredients to whip these up next trip to the grocery store. Thank you, Minimalist Baker. Get the details!

2. Roasted Fall Vegetables With Lentils

I love fall vegetables and roots so much, so this recipe really caught my eye! With such simple ingredients that are filled with nutrients, this meal sure to be a go-to. I found this meal on Whole Living. Get the recipe!

3. Sweet Potato Vichyssoise 

Sweet potatoes aren't for everyone, I know that.. But I cannot get enough of them in the colder months! Lucky for me, making this soup means I get the whole batch to myself for meals over the week since the hubby doesn't share my love for the veggie. DesignLoveFest shared this savory dish. Get the Recipe!

4. Mulled Cider

My last birthday was when I first tried this amazing alcoholic beverage, I had no idea of it's existence up until! I never thought I would ever try warm wine, but it definitely isn't like that at all. I look forward to trying and even playing with ingredients to make my own spin! Martha Stewart's website originally posted the recipe. Get it here!

5. Fully-Loaded Vegetable Pot Pie

I've always been a big pot pie fan, but I've never attempted making one from scratch before. After finding this recipe, I know I will this year! I'm especially excited because if it turns out great, I could make another for the holiday with family for my mom to have because it's GLUTEN FREE. I scored this recipe from Tree Hugger. Get it here!

6. Fall Harvest Brussels Sprouts

these little veggies are jam-packed with vitamins and nutrients, and aren't that bad once you get used to them. This salad looks so fresh and light, I can't wait to try it! I have a lot of recipes for brussels sprouts and love to use then in sides for dinner. Peanut Butter and Peppers was kind enough to share this delightful dish. Get the recipe!

7. Vegetarian Pumpkin Curry

This is a great looking dish, especially to a family who loves eating ethnic food! The recipe can easily be made suitable for vegans as well. I found this recipe at Julia's Album. Get it here!

8. Stuffed Acorn Squash With Quinoa and Herbs

Again with the squash, but fall is just the time for it. I love stuffed dishes and this one sounds delicious and pretty easy! sometimes roasting can take a while, but only 30 minutes is called for in this recipe. I'm so glad I found A Couple Cooks for this dinner idea. Get the recipe!

If you have recipes you love for the coming season, please share! Lovely comments are always welcome :)


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