Apple Pie Smoothie with Walnuts and CinnamonIf you're craving something sweet or want to switch up your morning routine, add this smoothie to your menu. The ingredients meld perfectly together, they're amazing nutrients will keep you full longer while fueling your body and best part, you get the flavors of the Fall season. Holiday Party Appetizer – Brie, Apple and Honey CrostiniThis time of year is packed with parties, shopping, and all things that make the days go by way to fast! That’s what inspired this recipe. Both quick and easy to make, this simple appetizer will entice anyone walking by, offering a little sweet and tangy bite. Did I mention this recipe is healthy? Sign me up!Roasted Butternut Squash Apple and Sage SoupIt’s official, fall is here and that means cozy soup season is in full swing. Save time by prepping this soup ahead. Before leaving the house in the morning, grab your butternut squash and peel, seed and cube. Then wash and dice the apples. I always leave the skin on because that’s where most of the nutrients are found. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, each apple with its skin contains about 5 grams of fiber, 13 mg calcium, 239 mg potassium and 10mg vitamin C? Store in a Ziploc bag in fridge until you are ready to cook dinner.Kohlrabi SlawHave you ever had Kohlrabi? Kohlrabi is part bulb, part greens. Taste and texture of radish, jicama, broccoli and collard green. Don’t be intimidated by this underrated vegetable that is packed with nutrients!
Season: This cool-weather crop is best early fall – spring.
How to store: Cut off leaves, wrap in a damp paper towel, and put in a Ziploc bag. Leaves last three to four days and bulbs can last several weeks.Butternut Squash and Apple SoupThe moment I smell Fall in the air - yes that's possible, I head to the grocery store and go straight to the butternut squash and grab a few to make my favorite Fall soup. This recipe goes great with a side salad topped with grilled chicken breast or by itself with a piece of crusty bread. Either way, it'll warm you right up and get you in the Fall spirit.
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