Try These Recipes for Fall and Winter. They’re Sew Good!

In the spirit of fall and the upcoming winter months, I have started to find new recipes to try.  I love my cookbooks, but sometimes it’s just simpler to check one of my favorite online sources, Pintrest.  The site has so many ideas and variations of recipes with pictures included!  After all, who enjoys cooking something without a picture of what it should look like?

I would like to share some of the “kid-friendly” recipes I have stumbled across recently that are on my to-try-list for the next month!


This is one that I have been eyeing for the last week: Crock Pot Turkey Chili. It sounds absolutely wonderful with ground turkey, corn, bell peppers, tomatoes and spices.  It has no beans and mild spices to help with those picky eaters.


This one does have some beans in it, but if your children aren’t picky it seems like a pretty simple meal for a weeknight.  It incorporates chicken, corn, tomatoes, various spices, and shredded cheese.  Basically all the best parts of a chicken tortilla in soup form! Mmm….Delicious!


And considering the month of October has come to an end, the pumpkins receive an honorable mention with this recipe: Whole Wheat Pumpkin Pancakes.  A healthy way to incorporate whole wheat into special breakfasts!

I hope these inspired you to find some new fall recipes to try! To view these recipes and many more, click here.

Sew Long,


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