Tag: thanksgiving

Soft Acorn Squash Molasses Cookies

Here’s a funny story for you.  A few weeks ago, I attempted to make  Flourless Acorn Squash Cookies.   They turned into little globs of squash gunk that  my kids wouldn’t touch.  oh well.  Then, I got an idea. Yes. these cookies have Flour Yes. They have Sugar AND Molasses […]

 

Healthy Butternut Squash Fudge

It’s still August, but I am sitting here, pretending that it’s autumn. People freak out about everything pumpkin.  ( I do too).  But, do you know what?  there are other fall vegetables too! Last year, my flourless sweet potato brownies became one of my most popular posts to date. Squash […]

 

Pecan Pie Yogurt Parfait

Today’s post is being sponsored by Silk.  You can visit Silk’s website for a coupon so you can try Silk’s dairy-free yogurt for yourself! #TopitTuesday I was writing out- a list of recipes that I wanted to make this fall.  One thing  I wanted to tackle, was a healthier way […]

 

Spicy-Maple Roasted Butternut Squash

Why Hello There! After several weeks of warmer than usual weather here in northern Iowa, It TURNED COLD!   What does this mean? 1) This means that my 10 month old will be wearing his Fleece Pajamas out in public for a while.  Mostly because, he likes to remove his […]

 

Paleo and Vegan Pumpkin Pie Dip

I decided to test out a Thanksgiving Recipe today on my boys.  ( All 3 of them).  Because I am hosting Thanksgiving in just a few short weeks!  OMG Thanksgiving already?  Wasn’t the 4th of July like two weeks ago?  Sigh. Well anyway, I have had the ingredients for this […]

 

Sweet Potato – Grain Free Brownies

These Flourless Sweet Potato Brownies are the comforting cure-all to any decidedly dreary fall day. And I know what you’re probably thinking.  ” Sweet potatoes and chocolate?  Do these foods go together?  I am here to tell you, yes they do.  Ever since becoming and adult, I have been bombarded […]

 

Canned Pumpkin Soup

Over the years, I have made many blended vegetable soups.  I have learned that if you pair pretty much any vegetable with an onion, and chicken broth, cook and blend together, and you will have great soup.  I swear! If you keep canned pumpkin in your pantry, you can make […]