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Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

It is absolutely beautiful up here in Virginia. Fall is my favorite time of year for baking and cooking. I love fall soups and chilies. I love warm baked apple dishes – YUM!

The leaves are just turning shades of reds, purples, oranges, yellow – what a masterpiece! We will take a trip soon to Skyline Drive to check them all out in the mountains (about a 2 hour drive).

I’m also trying to get my momma cap on and do some creative fall crafts with Aidalyn. Maybe a leaf scavenger hunt!

Now I’m going to share with you a few of my newest Pinterest Finds!

For dinners, I have been looking at sauces to go with Spaghetti Squash:

spaghetti-squash-with-parmesan-cheese

 

Cajun Chicken Pasta

Vegetables/Sides:

Zucchini Chips

Sweets:

English: Peanut butter cookie with a chocolate...

Grain Free Blondies

Flourless Chocolate Peanut butter chip Blondies

Skinny Monkey Cookies (Bananas, Oats, Cocoa)

Crafts:

Flower Sash/Belt

Hope you guys enjoyed the update.  What are some things you do when it is fall?

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  1. Isn’t Pinterest fun? I love your choices. Have you thought of putting a “Follow Me on Pinterest” button on your blog? Maybe you don’t want to, but I immediately looked for it! It’s a nice way to continue to connect with others who may not be “blog connected.” 🙂 I think we’re still having a little summer weather here in Southern California. I would love to see a REAL fall! Maybe someday.

    • Great Idea! I just added my “follow me” button. I love pinterest. I have found so many grain free and gluten free recipes there. In this modern information sharing age it is amazing all the things you can learn from fellow bloggers.

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