Goodbye 2017. It’s been real. I can’t believe that it’s already the end of another year! I figured to wrap up the year I would share a highlight of mine from each month of this past year. Continue reading “Goodbye 2017 [PLUS a Yummy New Years Eve Treat]”
Merry Christmas Eve Eve everyone! I hope you all have some time to relax and enjoy spending the weekend with family and friends. If you’re still scrambling to find a recipe for cookies to bring to your many Christmas parties, you can breathe easy, I’ve got you covered! If that’s not why you’re scrambling then you should just make some of these cookies to relax and know that I’m praying for you to have a relaxing and happy Christmas weekend!
My 5 Weeks of Pumpkin Spice series is over, but you can read it here, here, here, here, or here. I still wanted to share some recipes with y’all. With Thanksgiving less than a week away, I would like to share what I made for my Friendsgiving last year!
Welcome to Week 5 of my pumpkin spice series. This final week I have chosen Pumpkin French Toast Sticks, Pumpkin Pie, andHarvest Quinoa Salad. For the breakfast dish, I made some pumpkin french toast sticks. I love some sweet french toast in the mornings. It’s an easy tasty breakfast and I’m excited to see how it is with pumpkin. I made pumpkin pie for dessert. I’ve made apple pie before, but I’ve never made pumpkin pie! We’ll see how it turns out. For the dinner dish, I chose a harvest quinoa salad. I love quinoa and butternut squash, so I’m excited to taste this one!
Welcome to Week 4 of my pumpkin spice series. This week I have chosen Pumpkin Scones, Pumpkin Butter, and Pumpkin Chili. For the breakfast dish, I made some pumpkin scones. It’s supposed to be a copycat of the Starbucks pumpkin scone, so I’m assuming it’ll be great! I made pumpkin butter for the scones and other treats to add a dash of fall in everything. For the dinner dish, I chose a pumpkin chili. I love chili, so I’m curious as to how it will be paired with pumpkin!
Welcome to Week 3 of my pumpkin spice series. This week I have chosen Pumpkin Oatmeal Energy Bites, Pumpkin Pull Apart Loaf, and Creamy Pumpkin Soup. For the breakfast dish, I made some pumpkin oatmeal energy bites. I’m a big fan of the chocolate chip “cookie dough” energy bites that I have made many times, so I figured this would be a nice fall twist. I also made a pumpkin pull apart loaf for a midday pick me up. For the dinner dish, I chose a creamy pumpkin soup. I’ve been on a soup kick for the past couple of days, and the pictures of this one on Pinterest were delightful!
Welcome to Week 2 of my pumpkin spice series. This week I have chosen Pumpkin Pie Coffee Cake, Pumpkin Pie Truffles, and Pumpkin Alfredo. For the breakfast dish, I made some pumpkin pie coffee cake. I love a good coffee cake in the morning. I also made pumpkin pie truffles for a tasty fall treats. For the dinner dish, I chose a pumpkin alfredo. Alfredo is one of my favorite pasta dishes, so I’m hoping that this lives up to its name!
I have decided to embrace all things pumpkin this year and what better way than to try three new pumpkin recipes each week (a breakfast, a snack or dessert, and a dinner) and let you all know how they turn out!
To start this series off, I have chosen Pumpkin Pie Smoothies, Pumpkin Spice Cookies, and Pumpkin Risotto with Goat Cheese. I have been on such a smoothie breakfast kick lately so what better way to transition into fall. Also, I am so thankful that the leaves are finally changing and it finally feels like fall here in West Michigan! What better way to enjoy the weather than with a cup of tea and a yummy pumpkin spice cookie. For the dinner dish, I chose a pumpkin risotto. I haven’t made risotto in a while but I love the taste of it so I’m curious how it will be with this autumn spin. Continue reading “5 Weeks of Pumpkin Spice: Week 1”