Fall Recipe Ideas
Recipe Ideas Continued...
Hash It Out
was one of those meals my grandmother always made in the fall with
the veggies they had left over after canning.
It was a hodge podge of
many different veggies, meats and even some fruits.
Try adding some
apples, sweet potatoes or butternut squash for a fun sweet taste to
your hash recipe.
You can also make this a vegetarian dish and fore go
dicing up some beets with fresh potatoes and add this to your pot roast
in the crock pot.
Use your grandma's recipe and add your own twist to
it from your garden.
Apples, Apples and More Apples
Of course the typical urban gardener may not
have a large
but maybe you have at least one tree.
If you do, then you know just how
many apples you can get and will want ways to use all these up. Try
making some applesauce.
This flavorful recipe will make your house
smell delicious and the kids will eat it up.
Of course with Thanksgiving not too far away try making an apple pie
and place it in the freezer. Then just bring it out on Thanksgiving and
heat it up a bit and it's ready to serve.
Other great apple recipes
include cobblers, jams and butters, apple crisps and more. You can even
make dried apple chips for a great tasty healthy snack for you and the
Be sure to can some of your applesauce or apple slices for later use in
the year. Here are several apple
you can try to use
up all those delicious apples.
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In addition to these fall
recipe ideas, try some of these healthy recipes
Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds
Don't throw away those seeds from your pumpkins. They are full of healthy vitamin and nutrients. Read this article to find out all the benefits of pumpkin seeds.
Recipe Ideas - Healthy Soups
Warm up this fall with some steamy hot soups. Use up some of your cauliflower or broccoli with these fall recipe
Feel Good Super
Perhaps your garden has some of these feel good super foods. Learn more about how certain foods can feed your body and soul.