Need an easy side dish packed full of Fall flavor? Roasted butternut squash with BACON and sage is the perfect idea!
There’s only a few ingredients needed, and while it does take about 20 minutes to prep this dish, it’s basically cleaning and prepping your squash, The rest of the prep is very quick, and then you need to allow for about a half hour of cook time in the oven.
It truly is a super easy dish to make, and the taste is amazing. If you’ve never tried butternut squash, this would be an awesome introduction. And, if you are a fan, you will definitely want to give this version a try!
While roasted butternut squash goes so well with turkey, it’s also a great side dish for chicken, or even all by itself :). Top with chopped fresh sage for added flavor and a pretty presentation.
You can check out the complete recipe for this roasted butternut squash with bacon along with step-by-step instructions and more photos over on DancingThruTheRain.com!
If you are like most people, canned cranberry sauce is a staple on your Thanksgiving table. Making homemade cranberry sauce is really very simple and the taste is amazing!
There are only a few ingredients required for this recipe, including maple syrup which adds awesome flavor and a touch of sweetness. If you are wanting to use this as a sauce for topping ice cream, you can adjust the sugar and syrup accordingly. Having a bit more tart sauce better compliments sweet ice cream.
If you are wanting it for a tasty side for your Thanksgiving meal, you can also replace a bit of the water in the recipe with orange juice for a more citrusy flavor. Be sure and allow for chill time too if it will be part of your main meal!
And, don’t forget cranberry sauce also goes well with chicken and more too in case you aren’t having turkey! This sauce is also festive at Christmas time, and since it’s so easy to make, you might want to consider making it again next month!
You can check out the complete instructions for making this scrumptious and easy to make homemade cranberry sauce along with step by step instructions and more photos over on SheSaved!
Hot chocolate bombs are so trendy this year, and if you are wanting to make them for a gift (or for yourself!!), they are easy to make. Here’s a yummy idea – Peanut butter hot cocoa bombs!
Peanut butter and chocolate have long been a classic matchup, and if you’ve never tried it in beverage form, you have been missing out.
There’s only a few ingredients needed and they only take about 20 minutes to make! If you are a fan of Reese’s peanut butter cups, the resulting hot chocolate made from these bombs is going to be your new favorite sweet treat!
It’s the perfect sweet treat on a chilly day, and a fun diy activity kiddos can help with too! Plus little ones will find it fun adding the hot milk and watching their creation turn into a delicious treat.
Once the basic bomb is made, drizzle with additional melted chocolate and/or peanut butter and decorate with sprinkles for an added touch of fun decadence. Plus they add for a more elegant look for gift giving!
You can check out the complete instructions for making these super yummy peanut butter hot cocoa bombs along with more photos over on SheSaved!
It may technically be Fall, but with some parts of the US getting snow, these adorable melting snowman cupcakes fit right in!
They are super easy to make and super cute! These are a fun idea for a party, or to get little ones involved in the kitchen. There’s only a few ingredients needed to make these delicious cupcakes, which can be made and decorated in about an hour!
However, if you are in a pinch time wise or really don’t like to bake, you can use store bought cupcakes. In addition, if you are working with little ones, you can get candy icing pens to draw on the features rather than using icing. You can also use mini m&ms for the buttons!
Served up with a glass of milk or a hot beverage of choice and you have a nice little pick me up on a chilly day, or a fun after school snack! Or, send a few to a neighbor to bring a smile to their face. After all, they are just too stinkin’ cute for words!
You can check out the complete instructions for making these fun and super cute melting snowman cupcakes along with more photos over on SheSaved!
November 1st is when a lot of folks switch gears and start thinking about Thanksgiving and pulling out all the stops on Fall desserts and treats. We love Autumn around here, so these fun Nutter Butter Acorn cookies are a popular dessert for us this time of year!
They are super easy to make and so cute! Plus it’s a fun way for little ones to get in some kitchen time and help :).
You only need a few ingredients, and they don’t take long at all to make. These would also make for cute little gifts for teachers, neighbors, or even your favorite delivery driver! Just put a few in a plastic bag and tie with Fall colored ribbon.
These would also be great at Thanksgiving for little ones that may not be fond of pie! I love that you can easily adjust the recipe based on how many “acorns” you want to make.
Served up with a glass of milk or a hot beverage of choice and you have a nice little pick me up on a chilly day, or a fun after school snack!
You can check out the complete instructions for making these fun and yummy Fall Nutter Butter Acorn cookies along with more photos over on SheSaved!
SO many fun ways to celebrate Halloween! These fun and easy Halloween recipes will be a hit for all of your fall celebrations!
Whether you are looking for something on the spooky or scary side, OR a fun sweet treat or side dish, these recipes are sure to delight young and not quite so young :).
Need a fun or spooky tray to serve up your concoction? Be sure and check your Target store or take a look at Target online for some really cool Halloween serving platters!
Target also has lots of indoor and outdoor Halloween decor if you are still needing to deck out your house. And, you can grab spooky plastic spiders, cob webs and more at Target’s Hyde & Eeek! Shop too.
Here’s a roundup of some spooky, some fun, and some kinda gross (!) Totally awesome Halloween recipes for you to try! AND they are not only easy to make, but delicious as well!!
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Looking for an awesome breakfast idea for Halloween? How about these spooky and fun Halloween Cinnamon Roll bones that are totally awesome!
Prep time only takes a few minutes, and then bake time is around 15 minutes or so. Baking time will depend on the package directions. You will need to allow them to cool for just a few minutes before applying the icing,
While the original recipe calls for using a ready made cinnamon roll, you could always make yours from scratch if you have a favorite recipe!
Not only would these make for a spooky and fun Halloween breakfast, they are great for dessert, brunch, or afternoon snack as well! It’s such a fun morning surprise for little ones or to set the stage for a fun filled Halloween day.
These are so super easy to make, and only take about 30 minutes to have on the table and ready to eat! Serve up with a tall glass of cold milk, orange juice, or with your favorite breakfast protein and fresh fruit for a complete meal.
You can check out the complete instructions for making these spooky Halloween Cinnamon Roll bones along with more photos over on SheSaved!
Looking for an awesome dip recipe? Homemade hot spinach and artichoke dip is amazingly tasty!
Prep time takes about 15 minutes, and then you need to allow for about 25 minutes of bake time. There’s not a lot of ingredients, and the recipe truly comes together fairly quickly!
While the original recipe calls for frozen artichoke hearts, I have an easier time finding the jarred varieties. I just rinse them off very well and then follow the directions in the recipe as laid out.
Serve this tasty dip with pita chips, tortilla chips, toasted bread, crackers or veggies (I’ve even had it with pretzels!). I’ve also fried cut up corn tortillas, sprinkled them with a bit of salt and had them with this dip as well. SO very good!!
This dip is great as a game day snack, or as an appetizer during the holidays! It’s also a great dish to take to a get together or pot luck too. It really is a delicious dip, and it’s our go-to for family game night as well.
You can check out the complete recipe for hot spinach and artichoke dip along with more photos and step by step instructions over on SheSaved!
I have a weakness for Oreos. And I’ve never met a brownie I didn’t like. So when I saw this recipe for a brownie stuffed with an Oreo cookie, it didn’t matter if it was the middle of the night – these Oreo stuffed brownies needed to be made!
There’s not a lot of ingredients needed to make these fudgy, decadent brownies. The hardest part is waiting for them to cool off! If you like your brownies warm, you will need to be careful as the cookie center does take a bit longer to cool off than the rest of the brownie.
One of the great things about this recipe is that you can swap out flavors of Oreos. Not only are the original Oreos awesome, but personally I like using the mint and the peanut butter pie flavors.
I think the Java Chip and the limited edition salted caramel brownie flavors would be amazing as well! And, you could always use the orange colored cream filled ones if you wanted a dessert with an October feel to it.
You can check out the complete recipe for Oreo stuffed brownies along with step-by-step instructions and more photos over on DancingThruTheRain.com!
Have you ever had a Whatchamacallit candy bar? If you have, then you know how good they are! If not, basically it’s chocolate and caramel over peanut butter crisps.
It’s a delicious combination, and you can make a copycat version at home that is even better! This version uses Peanut Butter Captain Crunch cereal as one of the main ingredients, with a marshmallow coating to give the candy bar crunch and texture.
You won’t need a lot of ingredients, and you do need to make the layers separately. However, the end result is well worth the few steps involved in making this Whatchamacallit candy bar copycat recipe.
These bars not only make for great desserts, but a nice pick me up in the late afternoon. Plus, it’s a fairly economically way of enjoying these tasty candy bars at home!
You could also gift these to a neighbor, take to a potluck, or just have a tray on hand for family game night. They are such a versatile sweet treat to make too! Just make sure to have some milk on hand :).
You can check out the complete recipe for these fabulous Whatchamacallit Candy bars along with more photos and step by step instructions over on SheSaved!