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Fall Weather Favorites

We're finally back from vacation and I've been looking for some good Fall recipes. This time of the year, I like to cook with the cool-weather veggies like pumpkin and squash.  For our family, these are harder vegetables for me to incorporate into the meals since our kids aren't crazy about the taste. I also found some soup recipes that are great for the winter months as well. And, by the way, I didn't forget to include a very important aspect of fall weather - bone broth!!! Bone broth puts the pizzazz in soup!!! Anyway, let's move on where you can enjoy these recipes as well.

Susannah at HealthyGreenSavvy is great with cooking Spaghetti Squash!! Her Spaghetti Squash Yakisoba is amazing!! It's completely gluten-free!!! Oh, and did you know that you can roast Squash seeds? Yep, they're edible!! She has a lot more tasty ideas right here.

Oh, and talking about pumpkins - did you know there are dozens and dozens of things you can make with pumpkin? Susannah at HealthyGreenSavvy shares 75 different recipes for using pumpkin. Did you know you can make cheese and fudge from a pumpkin? Yes, it sounds crazy but it can be done. And, for those of us who can't eat cheese or dairy, this is great!!! It's totally vegan so it's perfect!! There's too many recipes to list so you'll have to check out the rest of the recipes here at HeathyGreenSavvy.

On top of that, I found a great recipe for Sausage Kale Soup. It includes potatoes as well. Kale is so healthy for us that I like to incorporate it into a lot of foods I cook during the winter. It's a great way to encourage our kids to eat healthy. This way they don't have to eat straight Kale - Kale Chips. If it's mixed up in soup with a few other ingredients it's much easier for them them to eat. Meghan Slocum at WholeNaturalLife prepares it perfectly with this tasty Sausage Kale Soup.

Another soup our kids love is Bone Broth Soup. It's not winter without a little bit of Chicken Noodle Soup!!! Plus, this type of soup is great for anyone that has a cold or has been sick. We found that Bone Broth is wonderful in healing the digestive tract- especially those who have a Leaky Gut. Victoria from A Modern Homestead shares her Chicken Soup recipe. She also includes her canning instructions so you can enjoy soup throughout the winter.

And then, top it all off, I added a bit of a dessert - Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes!!! Most kids loves these and they're so easy to throw together!! Even adults like them and they're so healthy - everybody can eat them!! Meghan from Whole Natural Life shares with us this simple yet delicious Cinnamon Sweet Potato recipe.

I'm so excited about these new ways of cooking with Spaghetti Squash and Pumpkin. It's so much fun trying new recipes that help our families stay healthy - especially during the fall and winter seasons. I hope they help ease some of the stress of searching for recipes that are allergy-friendly. These are some of the best cooks I've found and they have such a passion for helping others make healthy choices for their families. I hope you enjoy cooking these meals!!! Have fun!!!

What is your favorite meal to cook during the fall/winter?

Do you like cooking with Pumpkin and Squash?

How about Bone Broth?

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Check out more allergy-friendly recipes on my Gluten, Dairy, and Egg-Free Pinterest Board


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