On a cool fall day is there anything more comforting than the smell of a warm bowl of hearty soup? I love soups and thankfully as my kids have gotten older they are starting to really like soup as well so this Potato Carrot and Leek Soup will be making its way on to our meal plan again soon! This satisfying soup tastes great, comes together in minutes and is perfect for busy Fall and Winter nights when you don’t have a lot of time to spend on dinner but you don’t want to sacrifice on taste.
It finally feels like Fall here and that means that I am back on my baking kicks! Â I love to bake when it is cold out and with apples being in season right now that means it is the perfect time to bake an Apple Pie! Â I love Apple Pie but truthfully I’m not a big fan or pie crust so I love this Apple Pie Recipe from Scratch because it isn’t a traditional pie crust. Plus, it is easy to make because you don’t have to roll it out.
Thanksgiving is almost here and that means that we will all be feasting on Turkey and stuffing and all of the traditional holiday foods. One thing we won’t be feasting on in my family is Pumpkin Pie however. Â Neither I or my kids like it, I think it is a texture thing but I wanted to make sure that our dinner had some pumpkin in it, it is traditional after all! That’s why I decided to make this Pumpkin Cupcake Recipe for my kids a few weeks before the holiday–we had to do a trial run, right?
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