I think I love fall most of all.
Really, I do. Everything about it is gorgeous, warm, and yummy, as I’ve said in another post dedicated to this marvelous season.
But rather than talk about what we’ve already been over, this post is all about food, food, food.
Ummmm, why haven’t I tried this before? I discovered it at my local grocery store the other day and it’s absolutely heavenly. Every morning this past week I’ve spread it on my toast. But you can also use it in recipes and to make soup… yes you read correctly, I said soup. (I wouldn’t recommend that though. 😐)
I literally could live off of this stuff. Lately, I’ve spread the pumpkin butter on the pumpkin bread… I highly suggest you try that combo.
Here’s a link to a scrumptious pumpkin bread recipe – http://www.crunchycreamysweet.com/2015/10/11/the-best-pumpkin-coffee-cake/
Pumpkin Chai Lattes
The sweet-spicy combination of pumpkin and chai is both unique and delicious. It’s also a combination of my two most favorite drinks in the whole world. In addition to the coffee drinks you can buy, there’s pumpkin spice creamer now so your homemade coffee will taste just like drinking a pumpkin latte.
Here’s another link to a homemade pumpkin chai latte recipe, I personally think that it tastes a little better if you add a few teaspoons of brown sugar. – https://cookieandkate.com/2014/homemade-pumpkin-chai-latte/
If you don’t have time to make it homemade, Tazo has great lattes mixes with a variety of Chai, Pumpkin, Pumpkin Chai, Green Tea, etc. Most of the time you can find this brand at your local Target.
When it comes to dinner during cold weather, soup warms me down to my toes. Some great soups to try are tortilla soup (my mom makes the best), potato soup, and chili.
Warm or hot, this fresh drink is always a treat.
Well, that’s it for today folks! Comment your favorite fall foods below! I’m very curious to see what everyone else’s are. 😊
(Images all are from Google. The cover image is mine.)
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