3 easy recipes to fall for

December is finally here, which means the winter season is right around the corner and the countdown to Christmas has started. But who said it’s too late to make fall recipes? (Maybe those who already started getting in the Christmas spirit even before Thanksgiving.) And technically, fall doesn’t end until December 21st. So to celebrate its closing, you’ll find the following easy-to-make recipes so delicious you’ll want to use it all year round. 

Photo credits: “Taste of Home”

Juicy Roasted Turkey Breast

Roasted turkey is a popular choice of dish for the fall season, especially for Thanksgiving dinners. But don’t feel pressured to roast a whole turkey just for tradition’s sake. If you have a small family or if you don’t have enough time to prep and roast one, this is a perfect alternative.

Photo credits: Rena from “Healthy Fitness Meals”

Potatoes Au Gratin

For all the potato and cheese lovers out there (and vegetarians), this side dish is for you. This french dish is essentially sliced potatoes layered with a creamy cheese sauce topped with browned cheese (known as au gratin).

Photo credits: AllrecipesPhoto

Maple Pecan Shortbread Squares

A healthy not-so-healthy recipe that consists of nuts and maple syrup where the sweetness and nuttiness balance each other out. Chewy. Crunchy. Edible Perfection!

Photo credits: “Favorite Family Recipes”

Pumpkin Mousse

(Here’s an extra dessert, since a fall meal can’t be complete without something pumpkin-y.) This is one of the easiest pumpkin desserts you can ever make. It’s also a great alternative if you want the flavor of pumpkin pie but a lighter and fluffier version. This mousse is a perfect way to finish off a thanksgiving dinner, unless you’re too stuffed. But there’s always room for dessert right?

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