10 recipes to keep you warm this fall…
It’s starting to get chilly outside. The weather is going to be perfect soon for soups, hot drinks, and yummy homemade breads.
Fall is a great time for deer hunting, but also for hunting fall mushrooms. If you found some puffballs or oyster mushrooms, you could use them to give this mushroom soup recipe from a world traveling chef a wild, northwoods taste, or you could go to your local grocery or farmer’s market and find something there.
If you’re nostalgic for your childhood tomato soup, why not try making a grown up version from scratch? This tomato soup recipe includes toasted cheese croutons.
If you’re a fan of carrots, why not try out this simple carrot and curry soup? It’s quick and kid approved!
Apples, cheese, bacon, potatoes, cheddar, and toasted rye bread crutons? Sounds like a perfect soup for a cool fall evening!
If you want to fancy up some chicken broth, these Italian style cheese and garlic dumplings are simple and filling.
Can’t get enough Chai? Have you tried Chocolate Chai yet? You can make this hot tea with chocolate and spice at home and save a trip to Starbucks.
If red wine is your favorite evening treat to unwind, did you know you can serve it hot with fruit and spices on cool nights?
Spicy cheese cornbread makes a great accompaniment to chilli for Packer game day with friends, and only takes about 45 minutes to make.
If you love rye bread, but don’t have the time to let a loaf rise overnight, try the Irish soda bread version, which uses beer and baking soda instead of yeast. It takes 10 minutes before this bread is ready to be put into the oven, and it’s delicious with cheese, jam, or soup.
If you’re interested in eating chocolate, chocolate chips, and still getting a serving of veggies in for the day, try this decadent chocolate zucchini bread.