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Fall Favorites Recipes
Healthy and delicious Zemas Apple Hand Pies are a perfect party dessert. It's like apple pie on-the-go!
This delectable hot chocolate is dairy-free and features rich layers of chocolate, caramel and coconut whipped cream.
Full of protein and veggies- it's the perfect vegan chili to warm you up on a cold night!
I first made this recipe for hubby years ago on his birthday. It was a side dish for a larger recipe, but we both decided this was the only part of the recipe worth repeating! If you like onions, check out this delicious way to serve them as a side dish for your next killer meal! These stuffed onions make a great side dish for many entrees!
As a child, I loved those little freezer pocket meals. As an adult, I know the importance of feeding my family healthy meals. This homemade version features clean, healthy ingredients that can be easily made allergy-friendly!
Quince is a fruit that is similar to an apple and is great in this easy compote. We love it served with shortbread cookies and whipped coconut cream!
Whether you are dealing with snow or bitter cold, this chunky, hearty chowder will warm you up! It features a dairy free base and TONS of flavor!
I first made this recipe a long time ago with pureed sweet potato, but when trying to decide what to do with the mountain of pumpkin in my freezer, I realized that these biscuits would probably taste really good with pumpkin. And I was right! Not only have hubby and I been scarfing them down, the kids actually like them too! (The kids, being picky and not liking new things, don't actually like all of the recipes that hubby and I deem blog-worthy.)
These cookies are super soft and they have a spongy texture to them that I absolutely love. I’m pretty sure you guys are going to absolutely fall in love with the cookies.
This delicious and comforting dish is made easy by using hand kitchen tools like slow-cookers or pressure cookers. It can also be frozen!
A rich & robust lasagna but in the form of a warm & comforting soup...can you see why it's simply amazing?
If you love hot chocolate but don't tolerate cocoa well, try this flavorful drink using carob powder instead! It's very unique yet delicious and is also AIP friendly!
The holidays are always filled with candy, cookies and lots of treats. After the big day, I'm always needing a fresh, light meal to balance out nutrition. This salad is perfect for that. It's still festive for the holidays but so much better for you than candy canes!
We've combined an old favorite--gingerbread--with the decadence of dark chocolate in these easily elegant holiday cookies. Gingerbread has been around in one form or another for thousands of years, and no wonder, right? This time of year, there are few things better than the sweet, spicy aroma of gingerbread cooling from the kitchen. Take these to your next Christmas party knowing you've got just about every possible special diet need totally satisfied.
Poblanos are my favorite peppers. Smokey, but not too spicy. Heat my kids can tolerate and so much great flavor.
Poached pears are my go-to dessert when we have company.  These are cooked in a Sauvignon Blanc syrup and laced with cardamom, from the poaching liquid to the whipped cream.
Quinoa bowls are protein-packed and fun to play around with. If you cook up a base of ingredients, you can keep them in the refrigerator for three to four days and mix and match as you please.
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