We’ve made it halfway through the week…hooray! The recent chilly temps have got us craving warm hearty dishes. And since it tends to be a pretty busy time of the year we thought why not keep it simple! Who wants to come home after a day spent picking pumpkins, sipping cider and then have to stress over a meal? That is why we’re sharing some easy recipes for fall from a handful of our talented WCBC food bloggers!
Tomato Tortellini Soup
Okay how delicious does this look? It’s only necessary to share this recipe from Honey & Birch because it takes 15 minutes to make and requires THREE ingredients…sounds perfect to us!
Buffalo Brussel Sprouts
We know there’s quite a few of you out there who aren’t big fans of brussel sprouts but have no fear Smile Sandwich is here to change your mind! She has a great recipe for Buffalo Brussels Sprouts with only five ingredients (and most of them you probably already have in your kitchen).
Roasted Tomato Basil Soup and Grilled Cheese
Who can go wrong with tomato soup and grilled cheese? This recipe from Up Close and Tasty which includes muenster, gouda, and cheddar cheese…yes please. Her take is a great way to spruce up the classic combo!
Last week we came across Lake Shore Lady’s healthy alternative to one of our personal favorites, fried rice. Her recipe calls for all the basics of fried rice the only difference…replacing regular rice with cauliflower. This is definitely worth a try!
Last but not least we have this recipe from A Well Fed Life. Her simple chicken recipe is bursting with flavor and you guessed it…only needs FIVE ingredients. On top of that, it’s simple to prep, which means it’s a perfect go-to for a stress-free dinner the whole family will love!
Have any simple recipes for Fall? Let us know down below!
Written by Ashlee O’Neil