Don’t throw out that day-old bread when you can make the best whole wheat bread pudding recipe for dessert. The warm, custard-soaked goodness is a surefire way to end any meal on a high note. Soft on the inside with crunchy edges, it’s the one dessert you will never get sick of making. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
When guests gather in your home for the holidays, make sure you have sugar and spice candied nuts on hand for all your snacking needs. The sweet heat combination will tickle your taste buds. It’s a fantastic option to set out for holiday party munching, or to give as a gift to friends and family. Get the recipe now.
This Apple Pear Pie is a new, creative take on the American classic that’s sure to please any crowd. It’s the best way to use up a bounty of autumnal produce, but why limit yourself to tasty pie-making in the fall? Plus, you’ll love the warm, spicy flavor of cardamom and ginger in place of the more traditional nutmeg and cinnamon. This truly is a year round treat. Read more on Foodal, and try this recipe today!
Whether you are making this as a vegetarian side or a main dish, on a weeknight or to include as part of your holiday feast, Quinoa with Roasted Butternut Squash and Cranberries is pure perfection. The fall flavors explode in every single bite, and it is ever-so-easy to make. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Our vegan biscuits are flaky, buttery, and melt-in-your-mouth good. They’re just like the “real” thing, but dairy free! And you’ll never guess what the secret ingredient is to make these so delicious. Slathered with jam or gravy, or enjoyed on their own, this is a must-make for the holidays. Get the recipe on Foodal.
If you haven’t already ditched the canned sauce, our Easy Roasted Cranberries will make you do it. The pop of tartness complemented by orange and maple syrup brings the classic flavor you know to new heights, and it’s perfect with roasted turkey. Get the recipe now on Foodal, and start a new holiday tradition.
Make a big batch of light and fluffy butternut squash biscuits to serve with jam and butter. Made with freshly pureed squash, whole grain flour, and spices like cinnamon and nutmeg, these will easily become your favorite biscuit recipe to serve during the fall months. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.
Roasted fall vegetables are the one side dish that will go with any main entree you make this season. The hearty variety of flavorful roots and tubers paired with orange, ginger, turmeric, and coriander really make this dish pop. Plus, they’re easy to make, with straightforward instructions. Get the recipe on Foodal.
A classic homemade pumpkin pie is the best ending to any Thanksgiving meal, especially if it is made entirely from scratch. With a buttery, flaky crust and a creamy filling flavored with spices, you’ll want to enjoy this fall-favorite dessert with your family and friends. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.