Fall is such a beautiful time of year. The leaves are changing color and the scenery somehow makes us see things in a different way. But to be realistic, the air is getting pretty cold! That’s why we definitely want warm food like soup or stew for the fall.
When you try this fall-inspired recipe, be ready to be blown away by a variety of flavors: bitter-sweet chocolate, spicy cinnamon, and fresh pumpkin. This recipe is crazy-delicious and you won’t be able to resist it!
If there were Oscars for food, this avocado toast recipe would be one of the nominees for being the most simple, easy, yet delicious. It’s light, creamy, crunchy, and is an excellent kick of energy. Perfect for breakfast or lunch.
Prepare yourself for fall with this healthy pumpkin soup recipe. A wonderful, comforting soup to warm you as the days get chillier. It is so simple and will only take about 30 minutes to make. Plus it would be perfect for Thanksgiving this year!
My all-time favorite buffalo sauce recipe is the key player to jazz up your chicken dish. This fermented sauce is beyond easy to make and takes only a few minutes active in your kitchen. Let’s enjoy this flavorful mashup and feel the heat afterward!
If you’re looking for something unconventional to wow everyone on Thanksgiving this year, this healthy crustless pumpkin cheesecake recipe is the one for you! Going crustless doesn’t make for a boring dessert. On the contrary, the all-cheesecake cake accentuates the tangy, creamy, rich pumpkin flavor!
Egg salad recipe is the most underrated recipe of all time, don’t you think? It’s simple, easy, healthy, and versatile. If you’ve got some eggs, veg, and Greek yogurt on hand, it’s time to get to the kitchen and whip up a creamy bowl of egg salad!
Why bell pepper recipe for this occasion? Because bell peppers are in their peak season, of course. Who doesn’t want their food as freshly picked as possible, right? Also, bell peppers go great with many dishes. It’s aromatic, mildly sweet, and not that spicy to scare off children.
This stuffed pepper soup recipe, astonishingly, does not involve any stuffing. Peppers in this recipe are cubed and cooked until soft along with other ingredients. The original recipe calls for white rice, but we decided to use cauliflower rice instead.
There is nothing better to complete your Thanksgiving meal than a slice of pumpkin pie. This recipe brings a luscious combination of rich pumpkin, cinnamon aroma, and creamy whipped cream topping. As easy (and healthy) as pie!
This sausage and peppers recipe might take 50 minutes to cook, but only the first half an hour requires the most amount of effort. After that, you can spend the last 20 minutes on prepping dessert, or munching on your cheese appetizer, whichever your heart desires.
This pepper steak recipe is one of our favorite Chinese recipes. It comes together in only a few minutes, and unlike those greasy takeouts, this one is healthier and low-carb. Don’t be surprised if it tastes just as good as the restaurant’s (or even better)!