12 Recipes to Make This Fall

A round-up of my favorite fall recipes! For other fall favorites, click here

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From Left to Right; Top to Bottom

ONE: This Green Lentil Soup with Coconut Milk and Indian Spices might be one of my favorite soup recipes on the blog (well, besides this one). The flavor is out of this world (think coconut and warming spices like cardamom, cinnamon and cloves).

TWO: There is a reason why these Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Squash with Dried Cranberries and Dijon Vinaigrette have quickly become my most popular blog recipe to date. So addictive, so easy, and so perfect for quick dinners, special occasions, or that holiday that starts with ‘T’ and ends with ‘hanksgiving’.

THREE: I literally made this Pasta with Pork Sausage, Shaved Brussels Sprouts, and Sage just last week for dinner. It is incredibly hearty and the whole dish can be prepared in under 45 minutes! Prepare it with whole wheat pasta to add a boost of nutrition.

FOUR: If you’re a mushroom fanatic (like me), you have to add this Mushroom Pizza with Havarti Cheese, Fresh Herbs, and White Truffle Oil to your recipe list this fall. Cathy, a blog reader, says, “We made this for a girls weekend back in May and we are STILL talking about it. It was AMAZING and it will be on our menu again for sure. Phenomenal-easily in my top 3 pizzas ever.”

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