Pumpkin spice seasonings infused into a simple syrup makes a tasty addition to your fall and winter cocktails. Spiced Simple Syrup adds both sweetness and those cozy fall aromas to foods and beverages alike.
Cranberry Applesauce is a flavorful twist on a classic Thanksgiving recipe. The apples add texture to the sauce while the cranberries cook down into a tangy glaze that pairs perfectly with roasted turkey, or even pork for that matter.
Pumpkin Pie Dessert Hummus is easy to make and brings all those cozy fall vibes with pumpkin puree, fall spices, and vanilla. It’s healthier than the classic pie, but stays true to the flavor and texture of pumpkin pie filling. Trust me, it’ll become your new favorite fall dessert.
Glazed, or candied, walnuts are a delicious snack, salad topper, or even a homemade gift. These Maple Glazed Walnuts couldn’t be easier to make, and they are lightly spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. Plus, they’re healthier for you than many versions of candied walnuts.
Spiced (or mulled) Apple Cider is a quintessential cozy fall beverage that will warm your soul, and your hands while you’re sipping. It will also make your house smell absolutely fabulous. Add a splash of bourbon to spike things up a bit if you’re feeling adventurous.
This savory Vegetarian Stuffed Acorn Squash makes a beautiful presentation for your holiday table. The chewy texture of the black rice and crunch of the almonds is a perfect contrast to the almost creamy texture of the acorn squash.
Roasted Red Pepper Walnut Hummus is a delicious, healthy dip that is perfect for snacking any time, but it’s also a perfect appetizer for guests while you’re finishing the final touches on dinner. However you choose to serve it, you will fall in love with how easy it is to make a mouth watering hummus…
Are you ready for a tantalizing twist on the traditional Old Fashioned cocktail? This Peanut Butter Whiskey Old Fashioned is a little fruity, slightly sweet, and tempered with bitters. It’s easy to sip on a cool fall evening and best enjoyed with a friend.