It’s cozy season!
I love this time of year for all of the warming, cozy recipes that we can cook and bake.
There are plenty of fruits and vegetables to get creative in the kitchen with so let’s chat some of my favourite recipes to make in November!
This past weekend we bought a case of apples & case of pears that are sure to last us a while! So, I’m in the mood for allll the apple & pear baking projects.
One recipe I make fairly regularly are my Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins because they make a delicious & healthy snack!
Have you been cooking from many cookbooks lately? I really lean into my cookbooks come the Fall & Winter because I love to make new or more challenging recipes. Recently I was gifted the Bite Me Balance cookbook and it’s fantastic! I posted about my favourite recipe thus far, a Sweet Potato & Carrot Soup with Kale Chips, on Instagram but there are so many more I want to make!
There is one other book I am loving right now, Gather at Home. It’s a mix of seasonal recipes (my fav!) along with DIY and crafts to enjoy at home too so I’m really looking forward to trying the holiday DIYs!
Looking for a couple of other cookbooks for recipe inspiration? Here are some of my absolute favourite, go-to books:
- Super Simple by Half Baked Harvest
- Healthyish by Lindsay Hunt
- Simple Beautiful Food by Amanda Frederickson
- Love Real Food by Cookie & Kate
- Life in Balance by Donna Hay
So while we’re getting inspired by the holidays, let’s get some inspo for November recipes:
Cranberries – No-Bake Mini Cranberry Cheesecakes
Pears – Spiced Pear Baked French Toast
Potatoes – Simple Potato Leek Soup
Swiss Chard – Swiss Chard, Goat Cheese & Leek Frittata
Tomatoes – Quick White Beans with Tomatoes & Kale
Winter Squash – Roasted Butternut Squash & Apple Soup
Looking for even more inspiration for the season? I’ve re-released my FREE e-Cookbook filled with 6 delicious and comforting recipes made for this time of year (like the Spiced Pecan Blondies pictured earlier in this post!) You can download your free copy here.
Until the next cooking adventure,